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Mitsubishi Triton Spares Pickup trucks are mostly used as workhorses. One or two are used as family vehicles and some are cherished by their owners, but the vast majority are just used, in every sense of the word. They are used to deliver goods and people to their required destinations, usually a place of work. One of the most popular pickup trucks in recent decades is the Mitsubishi L200. Nowadays it is known in most markets as the Triton, and it comes in a large variety of engine, drivetrain and cab configurations. Mitsubishi have a wonderful reputation for reliability as well as offering good-value replacement parts for when the vehicles need to be serviced or repaired. Triton spares are no different from the rest of the range. They are readily available from distributors who can send the parts out to wholesalers, retailers and even end users at a minute’s notice. Although the Triton pickup has an exterior appearance of nothing else in the Mitsubishi range of passenger and commercial vehicles, many of the parts that make a Mitsubishi Triton work are also shared with them. In addition, the eagle-eyed may notice that the bottom half of the body is almost identical to the Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) known in many markets as the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport. In truth, the same floorpan is used in both vehicles, and most of the rest of the parts and panels, excluding interior trim and doors, are identical. Mitsubishi Motors is a Japanese company which is renowned for its excellent engineering and high standards of production and reliability. However, with world markets insisting on the most competitive pricing and fastest delivery times, they choose to produce a lot of their vehicles and parts in other parts of the world. The manufacture of Mitsubishi passenger and commercial vehicles and their replacement parts takes place in several other countries around the world, especially Thailand. This is no different for Mitsubishi Triton spares, which are made in Thailand for the original manufacture of the vehicles and for sale as replacement or spare parts. Why do Japanese companies get their products made overseas? Well, in most cases, they are not outsourcing the work. They set up proper factories and train the local staff to work to their exacting Japanese standards. Logistical reasons play a part in the decision, especially considering such places as central Thailand have so much access to transport and shipping lines. Locally-made items also usually receive tax incentives, which makes them cheaper to get onto the shelf. In addition they cheaper to make due to the price of labour and transport when compared to Japan. For Triton spares go here

Mitsubishi Triton Spares