If you’re in the market for either of these Tritons, read on, because they’re good things, with a handful of caveats.
Mitsubishi debuted the MQ in 2015, at the time, replacing the mostly forgettable and trouble-plagued MN Triton. While they are based on what is essentially the same platform, the MQ is a massive upgrade from the MN, with very little being left unchanged.
A lot of people were surprised when I first bought the Amarok. In the past, my 4X4 vehicles of choice have been Japanese brands, and going Euro wasn’t an easy decision. But, I have always liked the look of the Amarok and, working as I do with vehicle suspension systems, appreciated its amazing ride quality.
If you plan on touring, towing, need more clearance or would just like a better driving and handling 4X4, then you’ll be wanting to upgrade its suspension, sooner rather than later, and there are plenty of aftermarket options available for the popular 4X4 makes and models. But what about fitting it yourself and saving a few dollars, dollars that could be better spent on buying a better quality suspension kit in the first place?
Note: This fitting guide covers the Holden Colorado RG (05/2012 onwards), the Isuzu D-MAX (05/2012 onwards) and the LDV T60 (2016 onwards).
If you plan on touring, towing, need more clearance or would just like a better driving and handling 4X4, then you’ll be wanting to upgrade its suspension, sooner rather than later, and there are plenty of aftermarket options available for the popular 4X4 makes and models.
In this DIY series, we’re going to take a look at fitting new suspension to popular late-model 4X4s at home, on the ground and with a minimum of fuss. Or in other words, we’re going to pass on some of our model specific fitting tricks, to save you time and keep your frustration levels in check.
GVM is the three-letter acronym striking fear into fleet operators, four-wheel drivers and caravanners alike. While there has been a lot of talk about vehicle capacities, there is still a lot of confusion over what the Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) means and how it affects vehicle owners. The GVM is simply the maximum amount your vehicle can legally weigh when fully loaded.