After 8 days of testing, we finally have a winner in our inaugural CarExpert Ute of the Year awards!
Mitsubishi Triton vs GWM Cannon Comparison
How they stack...
- Inclusions will inspire confidence in novice off-roaders
- One of the nicest interiors in the segment
- Still sharply priced
- Power adequate, but no more
- Ride quality
- Some of the tech needs work
|Apple CarPlay and Android Auto|
|Wireless phone charger|
|Rear air vents|
|Adaptive cruise control|
|Autonomous emergency braking|
- Pearlescent Paint (+$740)
The 2023 Mitsubishi Triton is available in the following colours:
The Triton is available in the following colours:
- White (GLX, GLX+, GLX-R, GLS)
- Sterling Silver metallic (GLX, GLX+, GLX-R, GLS)
- Graphite Grey metallic (GLX, GLX+, GLX-R, GLS)
- Red (GLX+, GLX-R, GLS)
- Impulse Blue metallic (GLX+, GLX-R, GLS)
- Black Mica (GLX+, GLX-R, GLS, GSR)
- White Diamond (GLX-R, GLS)
- Sunflare Orange (GSR)
The GLX-R gains a Diamond White option.
The range-topping Triton GSR is offered in:
- White Diamond
- Sunflare Orange
- Graphite Grey
It's cheaper than an up-spec Ranger or HiLux but pricier than a Chinese or Korean ute. Does that make the Mitsubishi Triton the best compromise?
The new flagship of the GWM Ute line brings a different four-wheel drive system plus more off-road gear, for a premium. Is it still a bargain?
|TURBO DIESEL DIR INJ||DIESEL TURBO F/INJ|
|DIESEL TURBO 4||DIESEL TURBO 4|
|DUAL OVERHEAD CAM||DUAL OVERHEAD CAM|
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