Mitsubishi Announces ‘Triton Extra Hardcore’ Roadshow Nationwide

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Mitsubishi Announces ‘Triton Extra Hardcore’ Roadshow Nationwide

Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) announced that it will be showcasing the newly launched Mitsubishi Triton with MIVEC Turbo Diesel Engine at the Triton Extra Hardcore roadshow which will make its debut this weekend, 1-2 October 2016 at the Outdoor Carpark of Setia City Convention Centre.

The roadshow will see local motorsports talent Leona Chin performing high-speed rides amongst other thrilling test rides on a specially outfitted obstacle truck.  

The obstacle include the newly launched Mitsubishi Triton pick-up truck, being put through the test on the purpose-built Mitsubishi truck featuring a wide range of obstacles including a 45-degree, 25-feet tall “sky” ramp that points upwards to the sky – an extreme test for any 4x4 vehicle.

Other challenges will include the roller ramp test that will see the 4x4 vehicle “drive through” the giant obstacle truck as well as the side traverse and uneven ramp tests.

Besides Setia Alam, the Mitsubishi Triton Extra Hardcore roadshow will be visiting other major cities as well, such as:  







Klang Valley

Setia City Convention Centre, Outdoor Carpark

1-2 October




Juru Auto City, Carpark

8-9 October



Johor Bahru

Plaza Angsana, Carpark C

15-16 October









It is said that admission is free and visitors who make a booking of any Mitsubishi vehicles during the roadshow will receive a special edition Ralliart umbrella, while those who test drive any Mitsubishi model will receive exclusive merchandise while stock lasts.

MMM also added that visitors will get to meet and greet Leona Chin, as well as stand a chance to win exclusive Ralliart merchandise during the event. Besides that, children will also get to enjoy sand art and other fun activities organized for the whole family.  

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