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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.

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