This Japanese workhorse ute is one of the segment's longest servers, having existed since the late 1970s.
2006's fourth-generation (ML) Triton caused a stir with curvy styling that was polarising in a category renowned for tough looks. Mitsubishi, however, was simply acknowledging the potential lifestyle appeal of dual-cab utes beyond construction sites, and the unusually room rear cabin made the Triton the segment's first proper family 'car'.
The latest-generation Triton continued the theme when it was released in 2015.
Great used-car bargains to be found
2015 models onwards strong on safety
Clever Super-Select system can switch into 4WD on the move
Big range of body styles, drivetrains and trim levels
Unsettled ride, and slow steering even by ute standards
Older Tritons missing safety equipment and 4-star crash rating only
Many rivals carry more and tow more
Diesel doesn't have as much grunt as many rival engines
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.