Once upon a time there was the Mitsubishi Triton. Then came the rise of the SUV. Enter, stage left, the Mitsubishi Challenger, a family wagon based on the Triton. Time passes, and now the Challenger is called the Pajero Sport. It’s still based on the Triton, and in GLX form it’s a basic yet comfortable […]Read More 2019 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLX
Mitsubishi has a long and proud history with off road capable vehicles and continues that with the ASX range. A Wheel Thing spends time with the top of the range 2018 Mitsubishi ASX XLS, complete with the same 2.2L diesel as found in the Outlander, and seven speed CVT plus a six speed manual lower […]Read More Car Review: 2018 Mitsubishi ASX XLS Diesel AWD
It’s a hearty welcome back to Mitsubishi for A Wheel Thing and it was straight into the top level. The Pajero Sport, formerly known as Challenger, comes in a three trim level range. You can choose from the GLX, GLS, and Exceed. A Wheel Thing goes one on one with the 2017 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport […]Read More Car Review: Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLS
Big, boofy, simple. Kinda like Lenny from “Of Mice and Men” or the Warner Bros. cartoon equivalent. That’s an easy way to think of Mitsubishi‘s revamped Triton range, especially with a manual in the GLS. This is not damning with faint praise, however. Steinbeck’s classic novel has Lenny as one of the twentieth century’s iconic […]Read More Car Review: 2016 Mitsubishi Triton GLS Manual.
No, that’s not a misspelling, I’ve deliberately used opples and aranges to highlight there’s differences and similarities between the top of the tree cars, in their category, from Mitsubishi and Toyota. The Triton Exceed is the top of the range for the newly revamped dual cab ute whilst the Kluger Grande is atop the pile […]Read More Car Review: It’s Opples and Aranges with Mitsubishi Triton Exceed and Toyota Kluger Grande
Mitsubishi’s update to the Outlander is a mix of looks and minor suspension work. There’s revisions front and rear to the sheetmetal and refinements to their engines. A Wheel Thing takes the 2016 Outlander diesel XLS for a run, backing up from the petrol version tested recently. Powersource. It’s the 2.2L diesel that Mitsubishi has […]Read More Car Review: 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander XLS Diesel.