Mitsubishi Adds Rear View Camera To Triton Cab Chassis Models

Mitsubishi Adds Rear View Camera To Triton Cab Chassis Models

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Mitsubishi Motors Australia has engineered a rear view camera (RVC) to fit the Triton Cab Chassis models and is introducing it as a standard accessory with all Genuine Accessory Hard Tray packs.

The move, which should be applauded (these utes are buggers to see behind when reversing), means that the entire Triton range is now fitted with a reverse camera as standard.

Mitsubishi Motors’ Executive Director of Marketing, Tony Principe said the Triton Cab Chassis rear view camera solution demonstrates Mitsubishi’s commitment to offering important standard safety technology on all models in the range.

“By offering a genuine rear view camera solution, we are able to offer Triton customers safety technology, without breaking their budget,” Mr Principe 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.”

The Genuine Hard Tray, including the rear view camera is available from $1,191 to $1,750 depending on the tray configuration*.

* Pricing does not include dealer fitment and charges

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  1. I am a little confused. I just purchased a new triton glx cab chassis with an original mitsubishi tray and there is no camera. There is a space and a plug but no camera and Mitsubishi say its an optional extra, yet your article implies that it is a standard feature. Have I got it wrong?

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