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As hard as they come

From the building site, to the farm, to a fishing spot only you and your dad know about, Triton is up for it.

There’s a large range of body variants: single cab, double cab, well-side, tray or chassis. Better yet, the tray is now longer and deeper. Then there’s the choice of 2 or 4-wheel drive – that’s REAL 4-wheel drive.

Powering all models is a diesel engine that, literally, leaves everyone else behind. For towing or load-carrying, Triton is also famously capable. It’s what it takes to get the job done, and to win NZ 4WD Magazine’s Ute of the Year 2010 in the process.

There’s exceptional safety, creature comforts and a good, firm on-road ride. It’s ready when you are.

An engine to boast about

Everything we’ve learnt from years of competing in and winning the Paris–Dakar rally has gone into this diesel power plant. It even uses pioneering technology from our big commercial trucks, so it’s built to haul. While other vehicles heave away with a hulking big engine, Triton does the job better with fewer cylinders and less capacity.

As you’d expect, it’s more efficient and not too greedy at the pump. What you aren’t prepared for is the power – more than any other vehicle in its class on the 4WD 5-speed manual models.

Take this tray and cram it

A vehicle with the power to carry large loads over anything should give you a place to put it. Triton now boasts one of the longest, deepest trays in its class. If you can’t fit your load in here, the problem’s your forklift.

Hard as nails, safe as houses

Triton’s full of features you wouldn’t expect from a genuine work and off-road vehicle. This includes the armoury of safety features. In fact, Triton has earned a 4-star ANCAP safety rating – very reassuring when you’ve got a big load in tow, or you’re off the edge of the map.

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Tight turning circle

Building sites are often cramped, with hazards everywhere you look. So manoeuvrability is key. Triton’s turning circle is a very compact 11.8 metres.

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Finance Options

A new 2WD GLX 2.5 Diesel Single Cab Chassis manual can be yours from as little as $736.81 per month. We offer a range of competitive packages to suit all private and business needs.

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Consider a 4WD?

Try Challenger. Off road, it’s as capable as Triton, but full of creature comforts.

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