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Vehicle Details

Vehicle
Mitsubishi Triton DBL CAB
Year
2005
Body
Utility
Seats
5
Origin
New Zealand New
Colour
Red
Transmission
Manual
Drive
Two Wheel Drive
Odometer
260,906 km   History
Fuel
Petrol
Engine
2,351 cc
WOF Expiry
30/10/2019
Reg Expiry
17/09/2019

Important Information

Turners Vehicle Condition Guide Consumer Information Notice (CIN)

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Key Vehicle Features

  • Tow Bar
  • USB Port
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Contact & Location

Melissa Haggerty

Invercargill Branch, 26 North Road

Further Information

Contact & Location

Melissa Haggerty

Invercargill Branch, 26 North Road

Further Information

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Could this be what you've been looking for?

A 2005 Mitsubishi Triton DBL CAB with WOF until 30/10/2019 and registration until 17/09/2019?

This New Zealand new Utility has done 260,906 Kms and has had 10 owners.

With a canopy fitted, this Utility is sure to keep your gear safe and dry.

No need to worry about expensive cambelt jobs as this Mitsubishi is running a timing chain.

Ready for work, this Petrol Mitsubishi comes with a tow bar.

Finance this vehicle from just $53 per week. Apply now online, or at the branch when you come in for a test drive.

All Vehicle Features

Central Locking, AC - Air Conditioning, Tow Bar, Canopy, Tuff Deck, AUX Port, USB Port

Vehicle Fuel Ratings

Fuel Efficiency
Fuel Consumption
10.7 litres per 100 km
Yearly Cost
$3,000.00* Cost per year based on price per litre of petrol $2.00 and an average distance of 14000 km
CO2 Emissions
Carbon Dioxide Emissions
246.00 grams/km
Annual Emissions
3.44 tonnes Annual emissions are based on an average distance travelled of 14,000 Km
Air Pollution
Based on A79/00 testing regime Vehicles rated as when new
Vehicle Safety
This vehicle has no safety rating available Find out why safety ratings matter. Provided by RightCar

Contact Details

Viewing Location
Invercargill
26 North Road View Map

Contact

Melissa Haggerty

Additional Information

Vin MMBJNK6505D019175
Turners Ref 18640746
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