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2023 Mitsubishi Triton Owner’s Manual

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2023 Triton (L200)

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For a significant percentage of the American market, the term compact or midsize pickup truck directly translates to “Ford Ranger.” Even when the definition is more generous, at most, it includes some of the top challengers like the Chevrolet Colorado and the Toyota Tacoma.

With the 2023 Triton, Mitsubishi is unmistakably throwing its hat in the ring, offering a rugged-looking and capable midsize offering developed for global markets and aimed squarely at the Ford Ranger.

For 2023, the Triton returns brand new from the ground up, featuring a conspicuously larger, beefier frame, a more aggressive, angular design, and a more modern, spruced-up interior ambiance.
Most notable about the new exterior is that the Triton now leans heavily into the boxier look of its segment leaders, featuring squared-off wheel arches and more squarish cab options. Depending on the trim level you select, there is also significantly more variation in the nameplate’s looks.

Unsurprisingly, there is also more variation in the interior designs, with options ranging from spartan units targeted at commercial use to significantly more upscale furnishings on the top trims, with creature comforts like plush leather upholstery, touchscreen displays, and wireless charging.

Under the hood, Mitsubishi revamps to match the vehicle’s new, more aggressive exterior. The new engine is a 2.4-liter turbocharged diesel engine that can be tuned over a broad spectrum. The base trim makes 146 horsepower and 243 pound-feet of torque. The mid-range trim outputs 181 HP and 317 pound-feet of torque, while the range toppers max out at 201 ponies and 347 pound-feet of torque.

A six-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive come standard at all trim levels, while a six-speed automatic and four-wheel drive are optional upgrades.