All new Triton is the only ute to bring you a 10 year warranty. From the ground up, it’s been designed for reliability and durability. It has a brand new body, all-new engine and a new, improved 4WD system with dial up range selector. There’s the choice of 2 new transmissions; 6 speed manual transmission or new 5 speed automatic. New Triton tows up to 3.1 tonnes, so whether you’re at work, or out on the weekend with the boat, Triton has the power to get the job done easily, safely and smoothly. As well as impressive torque and smooth power, it also has incredible economy of 7.0L to 7.6L per 100km across the whole range.
Here’s the reason Triton makes light work of heavy loads. It’s the newly developed 2.4L, all alloy DiD MIVEC engine. On the technical side, torque is now increased - up to 23% on automatic models. At lower revs, torque is delivered more smoothly, which is just as well when you’ve got this much of it. On the less technical side, it’s basically one seriously grunty engine.
Club cab is back! The all new Triton club cab has rear opening doors to make getting in and out of the vehicle easier.
A vehicle with the power to carry large loads over anything should give you a place to put it. Triton now boasts a tray 10% larger than before, one of the longest, deepest trays in its class. If you can’t fit your load in here, the problem’s your forklift.
Tight turning circle
Manoeuvrability is key in a ute whether you’re on the farm, worksite or around town. Triton’s turning circle is a very compact 11.8 metres.
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