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Mitsubishi Pajero

Mitsubishi Pajero
alaAverage 3.4

33 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Mitsubishi Pajero Pinin (2003)

 

The Pinin Pajeros cabin became unstable in the frontal impact. The screen pillar on the drivers side was pushed backwards and the B-pillar twisted. Impact forces fed through to the passengers chest were high, increasing his chances of injury, while the...

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Mitsubishi NS Pajero X DiD

 

The latest Pajero sees the welcome return of the three-door shortie -- so beloved by folk who prefer to holiday in places about which mountain goats can only read...

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Mitsubishi Pajero R

 

Not since 1999 has Mitsubishi offered a short-wheelbase, three-door Pajero off-roader. Although expected to be a niche seller, it gives buyers sound off-road technology for less than $45,000.

4WD at a budget price.

No manual, side airbags optional, limited space.

Mitsubishi's Super Select II heavy-duty 4WD - a part-time set-up with low-range gearing and electronic assistance - provides surety off-road

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Mitsubishi Pajero

 

Mitsubishi Pajero is a winner off-road or on, writes DAVID MORLEY.

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Mitsubishi Pajero

 

The fourth generation Pajero in over 20 years, brings the iconic 4x4 into the 21st century and into a much more crowded marketplace than faced its predecessors. However, the latest incarnation of one of Australia's enduring seven-seater favourites is...

Fresh new look>> Intuitive ergonomics>> Surefootedness

Steering kickback>> Unrefined suspension>> Static electric shocks

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Mitsubishi Pajero (1987-)

 

4X4 Australia magazine's Allan Whiting discovers the Mitsubishi Pajero still represents good value as a second-hand off-road buy, if you can find a lightly used one....

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Mitsubishi Pajero (2005-)

 

Spending a week in the Pajero Di-D dispensed with two old-school myths: diesel does offer performance, and an automatic gearbox can be a good thing in a four-wheel drive....

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Mitsubishi Pajero (2004-)

 

The Medium SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) market, where you'll find the Pajero and Toyota Prado, is an interesting place. For one, the sector has been growing rapidly since 1994. Back then the volume was about 3800 units a year; now it's about 12,000....

Mindblowing offroad skills, Refined, ergonomic interior, Smooth ride onroad, great value for money, versatile, practical cabin, Really is fun to drive, A relative Benz bargain, All engines are impressive, Strong resale values, RWD drive dynamics, AWD...

Weight wounds fuel economy..., ...and saps engine performance, Base car misses goodies, Poor fuel consumption, Creaky dash, mechanical knocks, Lethargic at low revs, or on hills, Roly poly ride, Feels and looks dated, Heavy doors, Autobox still weakest...

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Mitsubishi Pajero Di-D

 

In the 12 months to May 2002, the Mitsubishi Pajero has been steadily losing ground in the 4WD sales race to Toyota's strong selling Prado medium 4WD. Mitsubishi reckons that's all about to change with it's new 3.2-litre Direct Injection Diesel Pajero....

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Mitsubishi Pajero

 

Mitsubishi Pajero is the stalwart of the mid-size wagon class. With the most precise handling and good performance, it has a slightly more sporting feel than the others, but in this company is just starting to show its age. The rejuvenated Holden...