TOKYO, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (MMC) on Thursday launched a new one-tonne pickup truck in Thailand, with a monthly sales target of 3,500 units. The new truck, called the Triton, replaces the Strada, which was last overhauled 10 years ago. The company aims to receive orders for 30,000 Triton pickups by the end of this year, a spokesman said. The Triton is set to drive the Tokyo-based auto maker's sales in Thailand higher this year, after a 17 percent jump to ...
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