Category Archives: Mitsubishi Triton

What’s New About The New Mitsubishi Mirage 2020?
The New Mitsubishi Mirage 2020 - Sleeker and More-Feature Packed Than Ever  The new-look 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage is set to arrive in March with its stylish and sleek aesthetics, significantly improved sporty interior that for the first time features an infotainment system, and bright new shade, Sand Yellow. The Mirage Hatch is clearly Mitsubishi looking to take on the immensely popular…
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Auckland’s Latest Car Deals
Looking for an End of Financial Year deal on a new Mitsubishi vehicle? Save thousands at Simon Lucas North Shore, where you’ll find some of the best end of financial year bargains on selected Mitsubishi vehicles available in Auckland. Choose from a wide range of Mitsubishi models and find something suitable for you or your…
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The Game-Changing Ute that’s Big on Safety
Folks are saying that the newest Mitsubishi Triton is a beast, with ultimate towing power, a gorgeous, chiselled, muscular new front-end, and fantastic off-road four-wheel drive capabilities. And that's all true—but it's not the whole story. Among the 2,400 improvements that have gone into the new incarnation of the Triton are heaps of safety innovations. It…
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Quick Stats about the Mitsubishi Triton
The Mitsubishi Triton is a big, powerful ute, that's had over 2,400 changes and enhancements to its design and technology in the newest model. With an overhaul to the body and a plethora of new technological innovations, it's a whole lot of automobile. Need to know all the nitty-gritty details about the ute in a hurry,…
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Hear What Mike Manson Has to Say about the Mitsubishi Triton
Mike Manson is one of our resident automotive experts at Simon Lucas Mitsubishi, and he absolutely adores the revamped Triton. " This much talked about Triton has had over 2,400 changes," says Mike. "We're talking lane departure warning, blind spot warning indicators, forward collision mitigation. You name it, this Triton has got it." Here are just…
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Enjoy Ultimate Towing Power in the New Mitsubishi Triton
Mitsubishi have gone above and beyond with the brand-new Mitsubishi Triton; it's got a fresh, muscular front-end, a 5-star safety rating, as well as oodles of mod cons and creature comforts like a 7" Touchscreen, SmartPhone connectivity (via CarPlay and Android Auto) and full Bluetooth functionality. But perhaps the most impressive element of the new…
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Mitsubishi Triton vs. Ford Ranger: How Do They Compare?
 In 2018, the Mitsubishi Triton was NZ's third-favourite ute, selling at an average monthly rate of 395 vehicles. Then at the beginning of this year, a heavily-facelifted model arrived and sales shot up so much that it quickly moved into second place on the ute sales ladder.   However, there's more to the updated 2019 Triton than just a new…
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Take your Mitsubishi Triton into Beast Mode with these Accessories
The new Mitsubishi Triton comes standard with some amazing features, like 3.5T towing, a 5-star safety rating, a 135kw 2.4L MIVEC Turbo Diesel engine, and either Easy or Super Select 4WD systems on the 4WD models. It's got ergonomic seats (leather-faced on the VRX), dual-zone climate control, as well as a 7” Smartphone Link Display…
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Mitsubishi NZ Steps Up Their Game in 2019
Mitsubishi NZ has absolutely outdone themselves in 2019. With redesigns, technological advancements, ergonomic additions, and powerful new specs, the best cars in the market are getting even better. Here are just a few of the ways that Mitsubishi has stepped up their game in 2019. Cutting Edge Technology With breakthroughs in technology and engineering, Mitsubishi's…
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Take Home a Mitsubishi Triton During Fieldays
Fieldays is the biggest agribusiness event in the entire Southern Hemisphere, with over 130,000 people travelling from all the world to spend four special days at Mystery Creek. The folks over at Simon Lucas North Shore Mitsubishi in Auckland are throwing their very own Fieldays celebration, complete with a farm theme. Most importantly, they'll be…
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