Mitsubishi Triton ute loans
Pricing, specs and loans for the third best-selling ute in Australia.
The Triton is a great value ute that would suit a tradie or a family looking for a larger vehicle with room for camping equipment and pets. Here's a quick look over Mitsubishi Triton ute car loans, prices and specifications.
Mitsubishi Triton ute loans comparison table
Mitsubishi Triton ute: Specs and pricing
The Triton is the third best-selling ute in Australia overall. There are three different body styles: single cab, club cab and dual cab. Then, in and among those body styles, there are variations of a pick-up or chassis cab.
As of January 2020, there are six trim grades and one special edition Triton, the Toby Price Edition.
Drivetrain wise, you can buy 4x2 or 4x4 Tritons. Mitsubishi gives you the option of a 2.4-litre petrol engine or a 2.4-litre turbocharged diesel. The petrol Triton (only available as a GLX single-cab) pairs with a five-speed manual gearbox. The rest of the range has either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic.
Around the world, the Mitsubishi Triton sells under different names depending on the market. It goes by the name L200, Fiat Fullback, Ram 1200, Strada, Strakar and Barbarian.
The starting driveaway price for the Triton in Australia is $24,990.
Mitsubishi Triton GLX
GLX models have a starting driveaway price of $24,990, for a single cab 2WD petrol Triton.
Standard GLX Triton features are:
- 16-inch steel wheels
- Cruise control
- Speed sensitive intermittent windscreen wiper
- Two speakers
- 6.1-inch touchscreen
- Bluetooth phone connectivity
- AM/FM radio, CD player and single USB input
- Keyless entry with central door locking
- Steering wheel controls
- Side and rear window demisters
- Manual temperature control
- Black door handles
- Halogen headlights (high and low)
- Halogen daytime running lamps (DRL)
- Power door mirrors
- Vinyl floor covering
- Fabric seats
Safety highlights include:
- Adjustable speed limiter
- Emergency Stop Signal function (ESS)
- Emergency Brake Assist system (EBA)
- Hill Start Assist (HSA)
- Active Stability Control (ASC)
- Trailer Stability Assist (TSA)
- Active Traction Control (ATC)
- Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
- Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)
- Brake Override System (BOS)
- Driver and front passenger SRS airbags
- Driver and front passenger side SRS airbags
- Curtain SRS airbags
- Driver knee airbag
For a workhorse spec ute, there's pretty much every convenience and passenger comfort you'd expect. The safety features list is pretty thorough.
Mitsubishi Triton GLX ADAS
The next specification on offer is GLX ADAS. Mitsubishi doesn't list the price of this model online, for that, you'll need to contact a dealer.
GLX ADAS Tritons receive:
- 2.4-litre turbo diesel engine
- Six-speed automatic
- Underbody baseplates
- All-terrain tyres
- Electrochromatic rear-view mirror
- Automatic dusk-sensing headlights
- Automatic rain-sensing wipers
- Four speakers
- Halogen front fog lights
- Sunglasses storage
- Rear floor storage box
Additional safety assists include:
- Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) with pedestrian detection
- Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
It's great to see a lower-end workhorse ute with all-terrain tyres and off-road additions from the factory.
Mitsubishi Triton GLX+
A GLX+ club cab model, with a pick-up tray will cost you $41,240 as a diesel automatic.
GLX+ Triton highlights:
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- Rear diff lock
- Rear-view camera
- Rear parking sensors
- Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) with touchscreen
- 7-inch touchscreen
- Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
- 2 x USB ports
- HDMI port
- Single-zone climate control
- Silver side steps
- LED brake lights
- Leather-bound parking brake
Mitsubishi Triton GLS 4WD
The GLS model takes prices up to something like $43,790 driveaway, for a double cab 4WD manual. Generally, this model has a number of extra passenger comforts that you'd see on an ordinary car.
GLS Triton highlights:
- Super select II 4WD
- Selectable off-road modes
- 18-inch alloys
- Full-size alloy (instead of steel)
- Six speakers
- Smart key
- One-touch start system
- Second-row seat USB power ports
- Dual-zone climate control
- Roof-mounted air circulator
- Chrome door handles
- Privacy glass
- LED headlights (high and low beam), manual headlight levelling function
- LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
- Power-folding, heated door mirrors with integrated side indicators in chrome
- Leather-bound steering wheel and gearshift
- Carpet floor covering
- Premium fabric seat trim
Extra safety assists comprise of:
- Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
- Lane Change Assist (LCA)
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
- Automatic High Beam (AHB)
- Hill Descent Control (HDC)
- Front parking sensors
Mitsubishi Triton Toby Price Edition 4WD
With a price from $45,290 (for a manual), the Toby Price Edition special Triton sits just below the GLS Premium. It takes its name from the successful Aussie off-road and enduro motorcycle rider, Toby Joseph Price (currently competing in the 2020 Dakar rally).
Noteworthy additions include:
- Headlight levelling function
- Black nudge bar
- LED light bar
- Tubular black sports bar
- Soft tonneau cover
- Tinted bonnet protector
- Tub protector
Mitsubishi Triton GLS Premium 4WD
The GLS Premium Triton comes in at $50,290 driveaway. It's definitely one of the best looking Mitsubishi utes.
GLS Premium Triton highlights:
- Automatic transmission
- Leather upholstered seats
- Heated front seats
- Driver's seat power adjustment
- Black nudge bar
- Tubular black sports bar
- Tub liner
Safety wise, you get extra bits like:
- Ultrasonic misacceleration Mitigation System (UMS)
- Multi Around Monitor (MAM)
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Why buy a Mitsubishi Triton?
Here are some of the most notable Triton features:
- Long list of standard safety tech
- Diff lock availability
- Compact turning circle
- Keen value
- Dimensions ideal for city and town streets
- Handy off-road
- Currently has a seven-year (150km) warranty and three-year capped price servicing (on offer)
- Praised turbo diesel
- The sharpest looking ute (in some eyes)
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Make sure you factor in all of the above when comparing car loans. The more of the above criteria a loan meets, in theory, the better value it will be.
How to compare car loans for the Mitsubishi Triton
There are a handful of different flavours of vehicle finance.
In this section, we're concentrating on secured and unsecured car loans.
Secured car loans
Taking two identical car loans, one unsecured and one secured, the latter will have a lower interest rate. The reason for this is the loan company logs a security interest in the vehicle you purchase with the Personal Property Security Register (PPSR). When it does this, it gives it the ability to recover your vehicle should you default on payments. As a result, the loan provider can drop interest rates.
There are downsides, of course:
- Many loan providers place restrictions on the age and type of vehicle you can buy.
- The loan will probably carry limitations on how you can spend the money. Usually, it's restricted to the car purchase only.
Unsecured car loan
Unsecured car loans have fewer limitations on how you can use the borrowed funds. For example, you could borrow a little extra to pay for car mods or on-road costs. You will pay more back across the lifetime of the loan though, as these products generally have a raised interest rate.
You're paying a higher rate of interest because no collateral is offered against the loan. There's a slightly higher perceived level of risk for the lender. Also, moneylenders generally tend to have more stringent application criteria and may place a cap on the maximum amount they'll loan you.
It's very important that when you're calculating your budget, you make sure to include things like the application and monthly charges, as well as interest. This helps reveal the actual cost of a car loan.
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Finding the monthly repayments unaffordable? You could pick a longer loan term. This will spread out the cost, reducing payments significantly. However, you'll spend more in interest. As a general rule, a three-year car loan for $30,000 currently works out to roughly $900 monthly. Double the repayment period and your monthly figures drop to nearer $500 (as of December 2019).
Car loans can be confusing. Our complete guide to car loans will help you understand everything you need to know, including application requirements and all the associated jargon.
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