Motorama Mitsubishi is in the middle of an exciting 2015 with brand new cars as well as updates to reliable favourites.
A new workhorse ute, a game-changing 4WD SUV as well as mechanical and styling upgrades to its two popular mid-size offerings are part of the Triple Diamond’s attack plan.
Mitsubishi Australia’s commitment way back in 2013 to upgrading its ‘key models’ (including the Outlander and ASX) as part of its ‘New Way 2016’ plan have brought one of the favourites in the Triple Diamond lineup into a new age. The Mitsubishi Challenger, a favourite for car buyers who need space, capability and a rugged 4WD that can slip into the suburbs when your done, has been completely upgraded for 2016 – and launched at the Bangkok International Grand Motor Sale as the Pajero Sport (although it is probably destined to remain the 'Challenger' in Australia).
The current model Challenger is in runout at the moment, and will likely finish sales sometime in 2016 when the new model has found its footing. Read our review of the current model, which still stands out as a hugely capable off-roader, with comfort for an entire family.
While the new Triton is expected to arrive mid-year, the current Triton will do its victory lap – selling alongside the new model at run-out pricing until 2016. We got out in the new Triton to test it on the road and off, so make sure to read our review.
The Mitsubishi Outlander received a completely new look as part of its upgrade into the MY16 model, and we got out to review the new look to see if the style has substance. A new generation CVT automatic, as well as a host of interior and, obviously, exterior upgrades are all present on the new Outlander.
The city-sized ASX received more minor upgrades for the MY15.5 model, including an upgrade in all models to digital radio, and some new style pieces in the cabin.
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