Available in both two-and-four-wheel drive configurations, the Xtreme takes a number of hints from the Triton Athlete shown at the Thai Motor Expo last week, and adds a series of aesthetics details Mitsubishi claims are worth R60 000, but with only going up by R20 000 versus the standard Triton.
Said to have the result of "customer feedback", these include black wheel arch extensions, black and chrome alloy wheels wrapped in Cooper Adventurer All-Terrain tyres, sports bar, front and rear light guards, Triton branded scuff plates, black tonneau cover and fuel flap, tailgate cover, bonnet guard, grille and fog light covers, door handle covers, Xtreme badging and on the inside, heavy duty rubber floor mats.
Power is kept unchanged with the 2.4-litre DI-D turbodiesel engine producing 133 kW and 430 Nm of torque, hooked to either a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic gearbox. Standard equipment is also kept unchanged.
|Triton 2.4 DI-D D/Cab Xtreme||R499 995|
|Triton 2.4 DI-D D/Cab Xtreme AT||R519 995|
|Triton 2.4 DI-D D/Cab Xtreme 4x4||R559 995|
|Triton 2.4 DI-D D/Cab Xtreme 4x4 AT||R579 995|