27 Nov '15, 8am

DRIVEN: Mitsubishi Triton – a truck for the big city https://t.co/5g2hSFlAbN

With a turning radius of 5.9 meters, the Triton is quite able to take on tight U-turns. That said, bear in mind that this is still a very long vehicle, so it still depends very much on the angle in which the U-turn is made. Taking the bends along the way, the steering feels quite balanced – it’s not too light, neither is it stiff. Even with its tall height, the Triton could handle sharp corners at speeds of up to 60 km/h. Push it further, you’ll start to feel the sag of body roll. In any case, it shouldn’t be driven like anything else other than the truck that it is.

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