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Mitsubishi Triton Single Cab Bakkie (Available Ex-Stock)
Engine, Aluminum Alloy Block, 2.4 L Common Rail Direct Injection, 4-cylinder DOHC 16 v, Variable Turbo Charger, Intercooler, maximum output power of 133kW at 3,500 rpm and maximum output torque of 430 Nm at 2,500 rpm. 20% improvement in fuel economy from previous model.
Vg Turbo
Variable Geometry Turbo, Optimized compressed air intake to be related with engine speed operation, Variable turbo charger which control and generate compressed air intake and exhaust ratio effectively to continue high torque output for all speeds operation of engine (Both High speed and Low speed).
High Quality Steel Chassis Frame
The new Triton uses a chassis frame with superior durability and toughness. The new development for more effective reinforcement has increase to resist bending including larger body mounting between chassis and frame to provide all driving condition, pick up carry and freight.
Tough Suspension
Independent-Double Wishbone with Coil Springs with Stabilizer Bar.
Rear Suspension System with Rigid elliptic leaf spring are mounted upper the rear axle for Triton, together with shock absorber. Provides comfortable riding and stable driving by suspension optimization and shock absorber tuning.
Dual SRS Airbags
Dual SRS airbags supplement the seatbelts with pretension and force limiter by providing driver and passenger protection from frontal impact.
The 4x2 is priced from USD28 000 whilst the 4x4 is starts at USD35000 at Zimoco. The 4x4 is Triton single cab is available ex stock.
Engine Type: MIVEC DOHC Intercooled Turbo Diesel
Fuel System: Common Rail Direct Injection
Max. Output: 133kW@3500rpm
Max. Torque: 430Nm@2500rpm
Transmission: 5-speed M/T
Ground Clearance: 220mm
Fuel Tank Capacity: 75litres
Fuel Consumption: 7.5L/100km
GWM Steed 5 Single Cab Bakkie (Available Ex-Stock)

The Hard Worker
Introducing the new GWM Steed 5 Single Cab Facelift. With hard work in mind, we have created the ultimate workhorse tool to assist in growing your business from strength to strength and to move you and your family from A to B in style and comfort. Based on a rugged ladder-frame chassis and featuring a double-insulated load bin with several tie-down points, the Steed 5 Facelift is ready to handle the big jobs so that you do not have to. All Steed 5 Single Cab Facelift models now vaunt a more refined and polished look with the upgraded bigger grille. Additional features include remote control locking, radio and USB, two low tone speakers, electric windows, electric adjustable side mirrors, and electric height adjustable headlamps. With this tough, feature-packed workhorse you could just about take over the world!
The numbers do not lie in terms of engine performance, and the increases are apparent. Engine output is increased by 5kW and 15Nm compared to the outgoing model, with the torque being delivered earlier in the rev range at 1400rpm some 400rpm lower than before, so turbo lag is significantly reduced.
The 2022 Steed range offers 110kW at 4000rpm and 320Nm of torque between 1400rpm and 2800rpm. GWM has not provided official fuel consumption figures for the upgraded engine just yet, but we have requested a test drive of the 2022 Steed to assess the bakkie along our 100km combined cycle fuel loop in Johannesburg. Ensure that you are subscribed to our newsletter, that way you do not miss that road test coming up soon. The Workhorse has been designed to tackle challenges head-on, so leave the hard work to the new Steed 5 Facelift.
More and much more
GWM Steed S models come with Power Steering, ABS and EBD, Outer Tie-Down Hook Rail, Remote Central Locking, Dual Front Airbags, Radio with AM/FM with USB port, Power Adjustable Mirrors, Electric Windows, Manual Aircon, and 16-inch Steel Wheels.
GWM Steed SX models come with the above spec as well as Front and Rear Fog Lamps, Rear Bumper and Rear Park Distance Sensors, Guard Rail for the Single Cab, Partial "Leather" Seats and Steering Wheel, 16-inch Alloy Wheels, Tyre Pressure Monitor, Auto Aircon (Double Cab Only) and Chrome-plated Front Grille and Door Handles.
Transmission type: 6 (manual)
Power maximum (kW): 110
Power peak revs (r/min):4000
Torque maximum (Nm):320
Torque peak revs (r/min):1400-2800
P Series Cab Bakkie (Available Ex-Stock)

The Big Business Bakkie
When you Seeing the P-Series single cab in person, its gigantic size will baffle you. The load bin is massive. Seriously the folk needing to move big things will never go wrong with the P-Series single cab. Outside, the P-Series proves to be quite stylish too with the front coming with a black meshed pattern grille. On the road, its instantly recognizable with its large 17-inch alloy wheels guaranteed to capture all bystander’s attention. There are some things to fault its exterior however as the parts do feel like it is made from lower quality. This is where that value for money decision really comes to play as although it looks large and mighty in person, will it be durable when it comes to doing the heavy lifting?
At first, the P-Series may not look as intimidating as one would expect but trust us, its 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine more than delivers. Producing a neat 120kW of power and 400 Nm of torque, the P-Series proves that it can certainly handle its own on the road. The only big critique however must be its turbo delay, which is not exactly consumer-friendly given how massive its single cab is. The single cab does only come in a 6-speed manual transmission, which may seem a bit intimidating at first but proves to be quite delightful to handle. Overall, its drive packed quite a decent amount of power and despite its larger-than-life statue, was quite enjoyable on and off the road.   
The cabin of the P-Series is in our opinion one of the best value-for-money interiors ever featured in a single cab. Unlike other brands which pay a little less attention to their cabins, the P-Series has certainly pulled out all the stops to make sure their driver and passenger remain comfortable. Stepping inside you can expect a range of features such as a 9-inch touchscreen interface infotainment system that offers both Apple Carplay and Android Auto as well as a reverse camera, that comes in handy when manoeuvring this massive bakkie. Its seats also proved to be quite comfortable and although we can critique the cabin’s not-so-great sound system, it is important to remember that this is perhaps one of the best value for money single cab on the market.
Power maximum (kW): 120
Torque maximum (Nm): 400
Engine size (l): 2litre
Turbo: Yes
Towing Capacity: 1100
Fuel Tank: 78 litres Diesel
Transmission: Manual