Luxury bakkies have been steadily filling family car roles normally preserved for passenger cars, and they make a lot of sense to many people. It’s no wonder there is so much choice. Conversely, this has also seen the rise of the bakkie that has solidly drifted away from being primarily a workhorse. Happily, the facelifted Mitsubishi Triton still retains that crucial feel of a tool despite looking suave and boasting enhanced amenities.

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