26 Dec '15, 7am

DRIVEN: Mitsubishi Triton through Sabah and Sarawak

As our convoy gathered at the starting point, I gave way to my co-driver who was quite eager to be at the wheel for the first part of the journey. This gave me an opportunity to take the back seat and truly feel how the Triton’s rear would manage bumpy terrain. As stated before, the Triton’s rear space is quite spacious (though less so than the latest Ranger and Navara), while the seats provide quite a sufficient slant, complemented by an armrest in the middle. The only thing that it lacks are rear air vents, which can be deemed as a necessity in our climate.

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