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Old 26-06-10
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the triton has 3000kg towing. i was wondering y the challenger is not able to tow 3000kg
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Old 27-06-10
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The big one for me is have they changed the child seat anchor points??? With standard bluetooth the price is effectively the same for an LS. The gunmetal color on the tritons would also be a great addition over ironbark but sadly not
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Does the 3000 kgs towing capacity of the Challenger indicate the next model Paj will have a towing capacity above 3000 kgs?
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2011 model year Mitsubishi Challenger



Mitsubishi announces 2011 model year Challenger

Released and effective June 21, 2010, Mitsubishi has announced details of the 2011 model year Challenger range.
For the people that may know, does that mean every Challenger ordered after June 21 2010, gets the MY11 spec??

Another reply to a post (Cory) suggests that latest ordered Challenger may be 2011 spec. (I can't get a straight answer from dealer, he is getting back to me)

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For the people that may know, does that mean every Challenger ordered after June 21 2010, gets the MY11 spec??

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Don't think that is the case Carl. Ordering the vehicle you would have to specify you want a MY 2011. June 21 was only the release of the info!
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Don't think that is the case Carl. Ordering the vehicle you would have to specify you want a MY 2011. June 21 was only the release of the info!
Dave
Hi Dave, thanks for that.

Appears I'm in luck! Dealer got back to me this afternoon, confirmed it will be the MY11 spec even though perhaps priced through the MY10 pricelist (ordered 29th June) he didn't seem concerned, just happy to do a good deal.

This is a bonus for me as I didn't option Bluetooth and MY11 has it as standard equipment.

Happy days!

Cheers,
Carl
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Old 31-07-10
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Yes, well I said back in March I was underwhelmed with the PB - all the useful stuff sacrificed for what?. Now paddle change - obviosly something essential for towing, off road, a "must have" for this type of vehicle - NOT. Good grief has MML lost the plot completely?
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I just thought I'd add that it appears MMAL have updated their website with the MY11 spec. No fanfare, just the change in colour selection and the updated spec.

*edit* and the XLS interior photo shows the tan leather option and no fake woodgrain in the door trims. Has Mitsubishi really done away with this? Please let it be true. I echo the sentiments of other posters and hope that the child restraint anchors have been relocated into the back of the 2nd row seats, but I think it's too much to hope for... It marrs an otherwise outstanding package. As for the paddles, they're a gimmick. You don't have to use them if you don't want to. Just leave it in "D" and the transmission will do the rest.
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In the 4X4 Australian magazine it outlines that a New 2011 challenger model will be released first quarter 2011.

From what the article says and the picture outlines the following details:

new price $41490 manual $43,990 for auto

No diff lock or roof bars or silver mirrors.

Anybody have any other information?
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In the 4X4 Australian magazine it outlines that a New 2011 challenger model will be released first quarter 2011.

From what the article says and the picture outlines the following details:

new price $41490 manual $43,990 for auto

No diff lock or roof bars or silver mirrors.

Anybody have any other information?
A base model under the LS I believe.
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