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This year . . . Mitsubishi Triton Blackline

Back to back blacks for Triton

Riley Riley

Mitsubishi has launched a limited edition Triton called the Blackline, with plenty of black bits as the name suggests.

It’s based on the popular GLS 4×4 Double Cab, but looks suspiciously like the GLS Sports edition launched around this time last year.

Guess if it worked then, it will do the same job for the company this time around too.

Triton Blackline comes complete with a number of unique styling and specification enhancements to deliver a “tougher” looking on-and-off-roader.

In addition to GLS features such as Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA), keyless entry and reversing camera, Triton Blackline adds Smart Key with One Touch Start, black grille, black exterior handles, black finish 17-inch alloys and black door mirrors.  

An exclusive Triton Blackline door decal is also fitted.

Apart from manual or automatic customers can choose from three premium paint colours: Black, Starlight and Titanium.

The good news it is cheaper than last year’s Sports edition.

Powered by a 2.4-litre turbo diesel the manual is priced from $43,490, the auto from $45,990.

The regular GLS is $41,500 or $44,000.

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