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    #42
    i agree, the front and back views are not something to be proud of. yung side view nya mas ok, and siempre mas improved ang interior. wala na rin ang feature na unique sa strada , and rear vent window (one of the reasons why i bought mine is this feature )

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    #43
    On sale na sa Thailand

    Thailand's pickup truck boom :Mitsubishi launches new Triton after nine years- Nikkei Asian Review

    When Mitsubishi introduced the Triton in 2005, the company was in turmoil due to a cancelled tie-up with Germany's Daimler and revelations that vehicle defects had been covered up to avoid recalls. Mitsubishi nearly went out of business, but it was saved by its operations in Thailand and the production of the Triton. In the past nine years 1.26 million Triton pickup trucks have been sold, accounting for nearly 20% of Mitsubishi's global sales.

    The new Triton, which went on sale Tuesday in Thailand, costs between 791,000 baht ($24,489) and just more than 1 million baht. The Triton line offers three pickups with different types of engines. The Triton's cabin is also roomier than its predecessor.

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    #44
    photoshop from triton club thailand. But I still dont like the grills. Love the tires and suspensions though
    7596_737933016295408_373384371413388047_n_zps69849ac4.jpg

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    #45
    Performance comparo between pickups in the Thai market:




    New vs. old body:





    New Triton pricing in Thai Baht:


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    #46
    Here's what the Montero might look like.

    http://www.topgear.com.ph/images/art...sport_main.jpg

    The Strada's new design looks much better as an SUV than a pickup.

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    #47
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Here's what the Montero might look like.

    http://www.topgear.com.ph/images/art...sport_main.jpg

    The Strada's new design looks much better as an SUV than a pickup.
    Wow, Sir Jut, this one's definitely way better than the Thai design specially the grill / nose part. Hope this design pushes through.

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    #48
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Here's what the Montero might look like.

    http://www.topgear.com.ph/images/art...sport_main.jpg

    The Strada's new design looks much better as an SUV than a pickup.
    Wow, Sir Jut, this one's definitely way better than the Thai design specially the grill / nose part. Hope this design pushes through.

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    #49
    Looks better with a honeycomb grille:


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    #50
    Hopefully a black honeycomb grille. A chrome honeycomb grille only looks good in a black hiphop music video.


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