Ironman 4×4 has released its lineup of accessories for the 2024 Mitsubishi Triton, available to preorder now.

    Ready to be rolled out are a range of bull bars and a rear protection tow bar incorporating Mitsubishi safety features, alongside multiple suspension kits and a set of fender flares.

    Ironman 4×4 is also developing underbody protection, side rails and steps, roof racks, a canopy, and a “slide-away” tub cover for the Triton, though details have not yet been revealed.

    Three bull bars are available for preorder, all of which are constructed from powder-coated steel and incorporate recovery points, a winch cradle, and provisions for the Triton’s safety systems.

    The Commercial Bull Bar includes options for mounting an antenna, lights, and recovery points, while the Raid Bar adds 16mm steel recovery points and further lighting options as standard with a more aggressive look.

    The top-spec Deluxe Bull Bar adds a triple hoop design for headlight and bonnet protection, twin antenna mounts, daytime running lights and LED indicators, and is compatible with all Mitsubishi safety features.

    A selection of 12 suspension kits are available from Ironman 4×4, ranging in price from $2184 to $3008 before installation with multiple types for different applications.

    Nitro gas, foam cell, and foam cell pro suspension options are available, with nitro gas designed to be a compromise between daily use and off-road capability, while the two foam cell options focus on performance with improved ride control and shock cooling.

    All three options are available for light, medium, heavy, and extra heavy applications.

    A set of fender flares for the Triton allows for the installation of wider wheels and provides extra protection against debris.

    Ironman’s rear protection tow bar is available, and offers a 3500kg tow rating with a solid step and integrated recovery points.

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    Max Davies is an automotive journalist based in Melbourne, Australia. Max studied journalism at La Trobe University and stepped into the automotive world after graduating in late 2023. He grew up in regional Victoria, and with a passion for everything motorsport is a fan of Fernando Alonso.

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