TRITON TO THE EXTREME
Hilux Black Edition, Ranger Fx4 and Isuzu X-rider... Several vehicle manufacturers have a bakkie decked out in special stickers with pumped up muscles in their stable. Mitsubishi has also joined the gang, and just like Die Moot area in Pretoria, there are desirable properties and less than great areas. But one thing is certain: It’s definitely not boring and the type of person who would buy a Triton Xtreme is no shrinking violet. The Triton Xtreme was designed by South Africans for South Africans, and it boasts a body kit worth R60 000 that prospective buyers can get for just R20 000 extra on top of the Triton’s standard price. The body kit includes the following: bonnet guard, unique grille and fog light shrouds, wheel arch protectors, door handle cups, running boards, durable floor mats, load bin cover, roll bar, tailgate protector, fuel cap cover, blackand-chrome rims, and Cooper all-terrain tyres. The body kit is supplied by Mitsubishi South Africa and will obviously not affect any warranties. A Mitsubishi Triton Xtreme 4x2 automatic will cost you R519 995 versus the standard Triton 2.4 Di 4x2 automatic, which goes for R499 995.