The Mitsubishi Pajero has been part of Australia's greatest adventures since 1983.
Pajero delivers the latest and greatest in 4WD technology, style, sophistication and unquestionable reliability, giving you the confidence to go anywhere and take on almost anything.
Features 7 seat configuration, rear cabin zone air conditioning, leather seat trim, front seat heaters and wood print trimmed steering wheel & door trim.
Pajero's seating versatility enables you to remove the third row of seats, while the second row seats can be folded to provide a completely flat bed in the back.
A luxurious, leather-wrapped steering wheel adds a subtle element of refinement to the Pajero's interior. Standard across GLX and GLS models. Leather & Woodgrain steering wheel ? Exceed model only.
An integrated communication and media system providing satellite navigation, voice activated Bluetooth®, audio control, reversing camera, iPod connectivity and a host of other features, controlled via a colour touch screen. Available in Pajero GLS & Exceed.
Simple to use and easy to reach steering wheel controls for pumping it up, turning it down or changing the mood.
Especially designed for Pajero, the system delivers an impressive 860 watts, with 12 surround-sound speakers and an integrated 10-inch subwoofer. It also features an MP3-compatible CD player.
By simply plugging in your iPod to MMCS, you'll have access to all your songs controlled through the system in the dash. Once the menu screen appears, you can browse through by artist, song and album just like you would on your iPod.
When a call comes through, the Bluetooth® system automatically cuts into the radio and when a paired Bluetooth® compatible phone is within the vehicle, it's automatically connected. Standard across the range.
Pajero is available in a variety of different finishes; fabric for GLX and sports cloth & leather-look bolster for GLS, while Exceed comes in leather as standard.
The third row comfortably seats two extra people, and can be completely removed, providing extra rear cargo storage, or simply fold and store under the rear door when greater cargo room is required.
Convenient headlamp washers enable you to ensure your headlights are clean and clear at all times, especially when traveling through dusty and muddy terrain. Standard across the range.
Offering optimal night visibility - with a wider view and brighter, daylight-type illumination. Automatic headlamp leveling and headlamp washers prevent you from dazzling other drivers on the road and ensure maximum visibility.
Tinted window glass at the rear of Pajero GLX, GLS and Exceed provides added privacy, and helps keep valuables out of sight. The tint is ingrained in the glass so won't peel or scratch like some laminates.
A sensor automatically detects moisture on the windscreen and according to the amount of rain present the system will activate the wipers at the appropriate speed. Standard on GLS and Exceed models.
Stylish and practical. Day time running lamps are standard across the Pajero range.
GLS and Exceed boasts dusk sensing headlamps, which help you stay focused on the road at all times. A sensor on the windscreen automatically sends a signal to your lights and they will turn on when it gets dark or when you're travelling through a tunnel
Pajero's exterior rear view mirrors include a demister and integrated turn indicators to provide greater visibility and clear indications to other road users of your actions.
Front fog lamps on the Pajero GLX, GLS and Exceed provide extra visibility in difficult driving situations and add to the overall driving experience.
Pajero's impressive power and torque mean a mammoth 3,000kg* towing capacity so you can tow your boat, caravan or trailer with supreme confidence.
*Subject to state regulations and towbar designs. A Weight Distribution Hitch (WDH) is recommended for towball downloads exceeding 135kg. For further information, please refer to the Pajero Owner's manual.
For superior handling, the Pajero boasts independent multi-link rear suspension - with coil springs adding to increased suspension travel and track. The result is maximum tread contact on tough terrain. The independent layout also reduces under steer and improves cornering stability - meaning enhanced ride comfort, both on and off the road.
When the weather turns bad and the road gets rough, get added traction in 4H mode. The dynamic front/rear torque split adjusts between 33:67 and 50:50 for greater control in high-speed driving.
The Mitsubishi 5-Speed INVECS II (Intelligent and Innovative Vehicle Electronic Control System) automatic transmission operates by switching between logic controls. An onboard computer learns and adapts to each driver's preferences by recording engine and foot braking data. The control logic then adapts the automatic gearshift timing to suit that driver's style, while minimizing torque function fluctuation for effortless acceleration and a more predictable ride.
The Pajero's Super Select 4WD II lets you have full-time 4WD with selectable 2WD mode - which means the choice of around-town fuel efficiency and off-road traction whenever you want. This unique system allows you to alternate between 4WD to 2WD modes at speeds of up to 100km/h.
Keeping you on track in rugged or slippery conditions, 4HLC distributes power equally to all four wheels to meet off-road challenges with a steady sense of control.
The Rear Differential Lock is useful for negotiating low traction surfaces such as sand, mud, snow-covered or rocky surfaces or boat ramps. It locks the rear differential, which means that both rear wheels have an equal torque split, regardless of whether either wheel has traction - meaning maximum possible traction in different situations. The Rear Differential Lock option is easily engaged and disengaged - and the switch is mounted on the Pajero's instrument panel.
Whether you're cruising down the highway or just going across town, 2H mode shifts you into rear-wheel drive for smooth, quiet, fuel-efficient performance.
Switch to 4LLC when you need all the tractor-like crawling power your Mitsubishi 4WD is capable of. Maximised low-end torque pulls you through even the roughest terrain, stickiest mud and deepest snow.
The very latest in diesel engine technology delivers power without compromise. The 3.2 litre Common Rail turbo-charged diesel available across the Pajero range yields not only next generation quietness, smoothness, fuel efficiency and emission reduction through an advanced common rail system, but delivers 147kW of power and 441Nm of grunty torque. This power isn't at the expense of fuel efficiency. The manual Pajero sips just 8.4L/100kms* (* ADR81/02. Combined city and highway.)
In the automatic Pajero, Sports Mode is engaged when the shift lever is moved sideways, giving you convenience of an automatic - or the performance of a slick, clutchless manual drive. When engaged, the transmission delivers a responsive, sporty and dynamic performance that allows for superior acceleration and overtaking.
Pajero has been awarded a 5-Star rating by the Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), the highest rating possible. ANCAP, Australia's leading automotive safety authority is supported by Australian and New Zealand automobile clubs, the state government road and transport authorities of NSW, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania, Western Australia, the New Zealand Government, the Victorian TAC, NRMA Insurance and the FIA foundation.
The Mitsubishi Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE) system means you and your passengers are protected by the latest energy-absorbing chassis design and technology. In the event of a collision, impact-absorbing crushable zones are designed to absorb and dissipate energy away from the passenger compartment, keeping you and your passengers cocooned and protected.
The reversing camera supplements the driver's rear field of view by automatically appearing in the Display Audio or MMCS screen when reverse gear is engaged. In models with reverse parking sensors, Pajero alerts you when objects get a little close.
Six SRS airbags are standard on the entire Pajero range for essential protection. Side and curtain airbags are also available across the Pajero range.
EBD works hand-in-hand with Pajero's ABS computer to assess load and distribute braking force between the front and rear wheels. As such, when you have load in the rear, it helps you stop in a shorter distance than with standard brakes.
ABS allows you to manoeuvre around objects under heavy braking conditions. Pajero's intelligent 4-channel, 4-sensor braking system works in conjunction with the drive mode to monitor different wheel speeds and activate brakes to individual wheels when required to deliver superior control.
The rear stop lamp is strategically positioned to ensure maximum visibility for the vehicle behind.
Active Traction Control (ATC) helps the maintain traction on the most slippery or rugged of surfaces. It automatically controls the engine's output - so driving wheels are prevented from spinning. Sensing loss of traction in independent wheels, ATC applies braking force to that particular wheel and sends extra power and torque to other wheels with traction to keep the vehicle moving and in control.
You'll have superior control when stepping down steep descents, with the incorporation of Engine Brake Assist Control - as you won't be losing engine braking and traction due to slipping wheels. This system work automatically when descending steep slopes in 4LLC mode.
ASC maintains stability and control when cornering by automatically recognising under-steer and over-steer. It applies brakes to the appropriate wheels to keep you online through corners.
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