Mitsubishi has launched the Triton 2.5 Standard earlier today and we now have more information to share with you concerning the new variant that sits between the Triton Lite and the Triton 2.5. Compared to the latter, the exterior of the Standard lacks the side steps, sports bar and front fog lamps.

Inside, the steering wheel, gear knob and the hand brake lever are all finished in urethane while the audio unit does not have Bluetooth or USB connectivity but has MP3 and WMA playback. The 2.5 Standard also does not come with any airbags unfortunately. Last but not least, as seen in the image above, the Triton 2.5 Standard has its wheel arches in grey, instead of body colour. It has a 136 PS 2.5 litre turbodiesel mated to a manual transmission and has a 4X4 configuration.

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