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2015 Mitsubishi Strada Philippines
Considered around the idea of “Extreme Sport Utility Truck”, the all-new 2015 Triton guarantees to join the inner part solace of a traveler auto with the usefulness and dependability of a pick-up truck. The styling, which Mitsubishi says, summons the manifestation of a “decently sharpened competitor” displays the new corporate face despite the fact that there stays some extremely solid likenesses with the cordial Strada. Still, Mitsubishi says that matching the looks are abnormal amounts of wellbeing execution through its strong and durable suspension and casing structure with the RISE sway security body. The all-new Triton is said to convey quietness and solace matching that of a traveler auto because of another diesel motor, upgraded suspension, and the vital situation of sound protection.
Accessible in Single Cab, Double Cab, and Club Cab variations, the all-new 2015 Triton/Strada is fueled by three motor decisions. Standing out is another 2.4-liter MIVEC turbo diesel motor called the 4n15. It has 181 torque and an aluminum piece. Furthermore, the 2.5-liter Di-D with variable geometry turbo and the 2.4-liter gas motor are extended from the current Strada.
Mitsubishi says that the all-new Triton will have differed gear advanced for every individual business. Be that as it may, the Thailand model has gimmicks including calfskin situates, a Smart Key push catch begin/stop, GPS route, in addition to different peculiarities.
The all-new 2015 Strada/Triton will be gathered at Mitsubishi’s Laem Chabang Plant.
While Filipino pickup fans are caught up with choosing which one to purchase among the Ford Ranger the Chevrolet Colorado the Isuzu DMax the Mazda BT-50, the Toyota Hilux and even the promising new Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi Thailand has quite recently provided for them more motivation to be befuddled by dispatching the all-new Triton– -which, obviously, you know as the Strada in our business.
Measuring 5,280mm long, 1,815mm wide and 1,780mm tall, the new Strada is controlled (in any event in Thailand) by these motors: 2.4-liter four-barrel 4n15 MIVEC diesel with turbo intercooler (179hp; 430nm) and 2.4-liter four-cylinder4g64 fuel (126hp; 194nm), mated to either a five-velocity manual or a six-rate manual or a five-pace programmed transmission.
We will travel to Japan one week from now to drive this thing, and we will provide for you our first driving impressions when we can. Meanwhile, appreciate these photographs.