Pajero is functional without being at all flashy and that suits plenty of people – real people – but the Pajero’s traditional styling and lack of driver-assist tech, compared to some of its rivals, are factors enough when combined to keep its fanbase, only medium-sized but still very loyal.
The one-and-only all-round SUV of it’s kind, the new Pajero will satisfy driving desire in any scene; riding the city streets, cruising the night out on the town, or diving into the wild off-road.
Mitsubishi’s advanced control technologies were first conceived and developed to meet the challenges of the world’s most gruelling rally courses. AWC (All Wheel Control) incorporates many of these rally-proven technologies to deliver precise traction, power and slip control for each wheel independently to ensure complete driver control in extreme conditions.
The powertrain is unchanged, meaning the long-running 3.8L SOHC V6 and 3.5L SOHC V6 continues with 236hp and 184hp respectively.
Pajero runs on fully independent suspension. That helps give it a more settled and stable feel over smaller blemishes in the road surface. On the safety front, Mitsubishi provides six airbags, ABS brakes, traction and stability control.
Rockford audio system consists of 12 speakers, including tweeters, woofers and subwoofers. Positioned throughout Pajero, they are optimally balanced for automotive listening.
– Engine: 3.8L/3.5L SOHC 6 cylinder
– Power: 240/184 HP
– Torque: 329/306 NM
– Transmission: 5-speed
– Off-road ability
– Cabin quality
Courtesy: Mitsubishi Motors