The Mitsubishi Company intends to shock the pickup market by presenting their new models, among them will be the model 2020 Mitsubishi Triton. The 2020 Mitsubishi Triton may simply be the Japanese midsized truck to handle the Ranger.
Midsize pickups are the new rage here in North America. Ford is bringing their well-known Ranger back from overseas where it’s been hiding for the previous decade and a half, while Chevy’s Colorado has actually been fighting the Toyota Tacoma for little truck supremacy. Everybody desires a piece of the growing little pickup market, which suggests now is the best time for a new competitor to go into the ring.
Mitsubishi has actually simply revealed their most current little pickup, the Triton (likewise referred to as the L200). It’s made in Thailand in addition to a lot of other midsize pickups offered around the globe, such as all the formerly pointed out midsizers. We’re not exactly sure why Thailand has such an eager interest in little trucks, however they’re the second most significant purchaser of pickups right behind the United States.
2020 Mitsubishi Triton Release Date
The existing 2020 Triton/L200 launch on last year in Thailand prior to making its local launchings all around the world. It will become offered in Oceania, the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and Latin America, for an overall of 150 nations.
2020 Mitsubishi Triton Engine
Its engine lineup hasn’t altered all that much because the existing generation began production in 2015. Under the hood is either a 2.4-L naturally aspirated inline 4-cylinder producing 130 hp and 149 lb-ft of torque, or a 2.5-L turbodiesel that has actually been tuned to produce anywhere from 108 to 175 hp.
Power goes through either a 5-speed handbook or a 6-speed automated in 2WD or 4WD setup, with either Super-Select or Easy-Select surface management to assist in either snow, gravel, sand, or rocky conditions.
2020 Mitsubishi Triton Features
New for 2020 is a complete suite of chauffeur help features consisting of forward crash, blind area caution, lane change alert, rear cross traffic alert, and an ultrasonic misacceleration mitigation system which avoids unintentional gas pedal slip from sending you through your garage door.
As we explains, the Triton is offered as a badge-engineered model in Europe and the Middle East under the Fiat and Ram labels, respectively. It would not be hard for FCA to cut a deal with Mitsubishi to get those trucks offered stateside if they wished to handle the similarity the Colorado and Ranger.
Although if they were to begin offering these trucks in your area, FCA would likely need to discover a more effective gas engine to do the task.