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Mitsubishi’s version of its Pajero Sport is now in Africa with more and subtle new looks – it’s one of the less-expensive seven-seaters

RUSTENBURG, South Africa Mitsubishi has had to do some hard to uptick local sales and is this the latest Pajero will help to swell its of the large SUV market.

The big wagon has given a power upgrade and new looks, plus it’s one of the bank balance-depleting seven-seaters its in showrooms at the same price as the model.


The brand’s African CEO Jaco Oosthuizen Wheels 24 . The fact that been able to negotiate favourable pricing while our offering substantially has made the Sport a very attractive for people looking for a high large SUV.”

Its closest are the Chevrolet Trailblazer . Ford . Nissan Pathfinder and Toyota butwhen they’re lined up to each other the Pajero out as the best-looking of the bunch. Not only but it’s packed with goodies and it’s almost R50 000 expensive than a Trailblazer or

There haven’t been nips and tucks and its identity is strictly Pajero. Subtle has been given to the grille, bumper and tail lights and new trim for the rear licence-plate Door releases and rear-view are now body-coloured (there are five some of them grey) of black and the 17” alloys rims also been redesigned.

treats include black throughout, including on the new multi-function with paddle gearshifters; a touch screen, Bluetooth, voice control, auto and a reversing camera. There’s parking radar, front lights, dusk-sensing headlights, wipers, door steps, glass and roof rails.

Yep, all of it on the standard spec


The third row of is comfy enough for adults and folded flat it gives a space of 1149 litres. the second row flat too and boot is a whopping 1776 litres big enough to ramp a quad or two in there.

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Under the bonnet a brand-new 2.5 diesel engine to the 3.2 of the outgoing model. There’s a new five-speed gearbox (manual or Power figures are up from 120 to at 4000rpm and 400Nm in the manual and 343-400Nm in the auto version.

Mitsubishi says only models will be available for a 4×2 will arrive New Year.

The motoring media the Pajeros out to a 4×4 camp to Platinum City – aka – about 150km of Johannesburg to be put through their No doubt it could rock-climb, in and out of ditches and do anything else it was to do without hassle. It has 215mm clearance, a button to engage the diff lock and is rated to tow

The Super Select AWD allows the to go from rear-wheel drive on the to rugged terrain 4×4 at up to – some thing for the Pajero has been famous the 1980’s.


it is comfortable although it did feel a bit off the mark thanks to turbo In fact engine performance super lazy and only its new is a saving grace. It’s on a long open road and its is not an inconvenience in stop/go traffic.

mated with all its standard and claimed low fuel consumption, it seems like a pretty deal if you’re the type who to go bundu-bashing with the family, and all other sorts of lifestyle aboard.

Mitsubishi SA claims the 70-litre tank can reach a combined consumption of 7.8 litres/100km from the unit with 206g/km of CO2 and 8.5/100 from the auto 225g/km.

Safety features six air bags, an anti-intrusion brake anti-lock brake system, braking assistance and electronic distribution. There’s also a new override that kills the for 1.5sec in tricky situations.

start at R435 900 for the manual and 900 for the auto and it comes with a or 100 000km warranty and five-year or 90 service plan.

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