Mitsubishi Triton is the latest buzz here in Bintulu and I suspect the same goes to the whole of Malaysia. I was free enough to approach Mitsubishi Motors to take a closer look at the new car in town. Stevie, their sales rep. was kind enough to invite me to their promotion on the next day to have a go with Thailand’s 2006 Car of the Year.
As usual, the larger than life Mitsubishi logo, letting you know they’re always around. Stevie is on the left.
Steering and dashboard.
Very clean interface.
Digital display of temperature, fuel consumption ratio, speedometer, etc.
Comes with Kenwood KDC-MP4033 CD/MP3/WMA player. Nice! Somemore, just in case you wanna change your player in the future, which I don’t think you’ll need to, it’ll fit nicely into the 1 DIN slot where the original player comes. Nowadays new cars comes with players that merge with the cockpit design, so if you wanna change your player to those on the market’s, you’ll have to buy a new cockpit panel.
Finally, word from the consumer’s point of view. I reckon the car is nicely built with outstanding aerodynamic design, the drive was comfortable and less shaky as compared to Toyota’s New Hilux Vigo over rough road condition. Worth buying, but all white colored Triton were all sold out as for now, and I had to wait till February next year for that color.