Mitsubishi All Terrain Technology, commonly known as MATT, is a combination of traction systems. It’s what enables Triton to tow, haul and operate in all terrains, just as the name implies. It’s something that we developed in the Paris–Dakar rally. It worked so well it made sense to put it on our other vehicles. On or off-road, there’s no surer way of keeping control.
Super Select 4WD on Triton GLS
All-new Triton is one of the few utes that can be driven in 4WD on tar seal. This gives you the maximum amount of grip and, of course, safety.
This models is upgraded with a new centre diff , giving a 60/40 torque split for improved on road handling. The low range is now 25% lower, and when you’re crawling on a loose surface in low gear and range, you’ll appreciate the difference.
Easy Select 4WD on Triton GLX
Like the Super Select 4WD system, Easy Select allows you to change traction modes on the move. The three settings give you ultimate economy from 2WD, right down to serious stump-pulling low range 4WD, which is now enhanced with new capabilities.
Off Road Stability Control
When 4LL is selected, traction control is change to off-road mode for optimal traction in off road driving environments.
Super Select has 4 modes
2H (2WD high range)
For regular road driving, this setting gives you power, solid handling and the best economy.
4H (full-time 4WD)
If the weather, or the road itself is not too flash, the ability to drive in high range 4WD is a serious safety boost. The new off-road mode gives you added grip and stability in rough conditions.
4HLC (4WD high range)
When you’re off-road, this setting distributes power to all four wheels equally.
4LLC (4WD Low Range with Locked Centre Differential)
When the track runs out, or disappears beneath the mud, this mode will make you glad you’re in a Triton. It sends all of Triton’s power and traction to the wheels. If you try this system and still want more climbing ability, might we suggest a helicopter.