The updated pickup truck comes at 19 points, although prices do not manage to be hit in some cases.
Mitsubishi Motors, Thailand, has announced the pricing of Triton after its first release worldwide for late last week.
The 17 November report, the Japanese pickup comes in 19 price levels ranging from 524,000 to 1,099 million baht, depending on the body style, the type and specifications of the drive system.
In the form of a double cab with a 4×4 automatic transmission, the Triton is 1,099 million baht with driving aids such as blind spot monitoring, rear-end alarm system and collision mitigation systems.
In an effort to facilitate road traffic for general users, there is an all-terrain operation that automatically adjusts various vehicle driving parameters.
With the exception of the Toyota Hilux Revo, all other rivals can get fewer, including the Chevrolet Colorado, the Ford Ranger, the Isuzu D-Max, the Mazda BT-50 and the Nissan Navara NP300 when it comes to final pricing.
The cheaper Triton in the mantle with automatic and high-specification 4×2 runs for 826,000 baht, making Navara the equivalent of the unique.
Despite the fact that the Triton 181-hp Turbo 181-liter diesel engine remains unchanged, the six-speed automatic has been replaced with six gears to balance the race with the BT-50, Colorado, D-Max and Hilux Revo.
The Navara has seven gears ahead, while the Ranger can be selected at 10 speeds in conjunction with Ford's new diesel turbo 2.0.
The Triton's front end now features the so-called Dynamic Shield to bring it into line with the Pajero Sport SUV derivative.
Some individual design elements include the quietest headlamps and vertical warnings on the bumper. The wheels are also new.