Mitsubishi Triton Cab Chassis Scores Reversing Camera For 2017
Mitsubishi Triton Cab Chassis Scores Reversing Camera For 2017

Mitsubishi Triton Cab Chassis Scores Reversing Camera For 2017


Mitsubishi Australia has announced that every model in its Triton range will now be available with a reversing camera, with an update to the optional hard tray accessory packs now extending the feature to GLX cab chassis variants.

Engineered to fit this specific body style, the safety technology has been incorporated into the design of the 2017 model year genuine hard tray.

The revised genuine parts package – inclusive of the reversing camera – costs between $1191 and $1750 depending on tray configuration. These prices do not include dealer fitment and charges.

Currently, all pick-up derivatives of the Triton come with a reversing camera, while it has not been offered with the GLX cab chassis until now.

Comparatively, the safety item is standard equipment in pick-up versions of the Toyota HiLux, Ford Ranger (excluding XL Plus), Holden Colorado and Volkswagen Amarok (4x4 only), while the Nissan Navara features it in SL model grades and above. Most other variants of these models offer a reversing camera on the options list.

According to Mitsubishi Motors Australia executive director of marketing Tony Principe, the availability of a reversing camera reinforces the Japanese company's commitment to safety.

\"By offering a genuine rear view camera solution, we are able to offer Triton customers safety technology, without breaking their budget,\" he said.

\"The Triton cab chassis continues to be a popular choice in the market, and we are committed to offering important safety technology like this to all of our customers.\"

From this month, customers can order a Triton GLX cab chassis with hard tray accessory pack at their preferred Mitsubishi dealership.

How important do you find new safety technologies like a reversing camera? Tell us what you think in the comments below.


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