Recently, Mitsubishi announced pricing options for its newly redesigned 2016 Mitsubishi Triton truck for the Australian market. Sporting a redesigned front fascia, diesel drivetrain options, and upgraded technology features, the Triton will be offered in 10 variants with three body styles and three trim levels including the GLX, GLS, and Exceed.
The GLX 4×2 trim mated to a manual or automatic transmission comes equipped with a domineering chrome grille, halogen headlights, 16-inch steel wheels, cruise control, Bluetooth capabilities, USB ports, and an adjustable steering column. Added features to the GLX 4×4 trim include the Easy Select four-wheel-drive system as well as an electronic control transfer shift dial. The GLS and Exceed offer the Super Select four-wheel-drive II system with the Exceed offering an electronic rear differential lock.
Stay-tuned for more Triton truck information as it is unveiled – especially for plans to see if it will cross the pond to enter into the U.S. market. We at Don Robinson Mitsubishi will be sure to share more information we find out about this, and other potential Mitsubishi models! Until then, be sure to come visit us to see the newest vehicles in the Mitsubishi fleet, today.
Everyone loves going to drive-in movie theaters, especially as the weather starts to get warmer. That’s why we’ve put together a list of drive-in theater tips to help you get the most out of your experience.
Assuming you have a Mitsubishi, you’ll have plenty of space to stretch out and relax to enjoy the movie. Just in case you want to get outside, though, an important thing to remember are lawn chairs. According to Drive-Ins.com, most people find that lawn chairs are a great way to enjoy the movie.
Also, choosing the right double-feature is important. If you’re going with the whole family, make sure to choose two movies that the kids will be able to sit through. If you’re going with friends, make sure to consider everyone in the group. Most theaters offer a vast array of options to choose from throughout the season.
Though most drive-ins will remind you, make sure to charge your battery by turning on your car every once in a while. Nothing ruins an evening faster than having to call a tow truck because your battery is dead.
Last but not least, mosquito repellant is a must. As temperatures increase, so do the bugs, especially on humid days. Make sure to bring plenty of insect repellant to keep those annoying bugs at bay. Be sure to tell us about your Drive-In experience at Don Robinson Mitsubishi!