Published on June 21st, 2023 | by Sounder Rajen0
Highlights From United Mitsubishi Xpander And Triton Tuners Clubs Malaysia
The two Mitsubishi vehicle clubs had a blast at Tokyo Auto Salon 2023
So the recent Tokyo Auto Salon was a blast and we especially had a great time meeting with United Xpander Malaysia and the Triton Tuners Club Malaysia. Both great vehicles from Mitsubishi and both clubs with friendly and memorable personalities which truly made the whole event much more amazing.
Yes, we have already covered a lot of what we saw at the event, today, I will be highlighting the Mitsubishi vehicles from both the United Xpander Malaysia and the Triton Tuners Club Malaysia and these vehicles are well and truly very memorable and some of them are even outright one of a kind.
Moreover, while some of these Mitsubishi vehicles featured few upgrades like the Mitsubishi Xpander in the main image which has a body kit and gold highlights all around the body and rims, some of them are so outlandish like the Mitsubishi Triton pickup truck with an exposed bonnet and a yautja (predator) head on the bonnet.
While some may say this is really out there and a loud statement, as a fan of the alien vs predator movies, I think it looks good, albeit a bit inconvenient as it may obstruct vision. Of course, there were also more subtle Mitsubishi vehicles on display such as the yellow Mitsubishi Triton with a Bob Marley painting under the bonnet.
On top of that, you have your more typical Mitsubishi Triton pickup trucks and Xpander MPVs such as the classic grey Xpander models with Xpander livery as well as other Xpander models with other livery such as an Autobot logo (from the Transformers franchise) and Dragon Ball livery as well as Ralliart livery on a Mitsubishi Triton.
There were also a few strange additions such as the white Mitsubishi Triton with the smoke machines in the front of the pickup truck. The exhaust tips seem to be in the rear as it should be on this Mitsubishi Triton so the addition of smoke in the front is a bit odd in my opinion, but it looks cool though.
While all this was surely memorable, my personal favourite Mitsubishi Triton model on display was the Mitsubishi Triton tactical series with a slightly more understated look compared to many of the other Mitsubishi vehicles that were at the event. It is also truly a sight to behold with its reinforced bumpers, tactical add-ons and livery.
So what do you guys think about these Mitsubishi vehicles and which is your favourite?