The Mitsubishi Pajero, known as the Shogun in European market, has been officially confirmed to be discontinued in Germany and the rest of Europe, eventually.
However, a special version named Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition has been introduced as the last goodbye of the over 30-year-old large SUV to the country. Limited its production to 1,000 units, the Pajero Final Edition will come available with two body styles: five-door and three-door configurations.
The three-door Pajero Final Edition is given with smaller set of 18-inches wheels with eight-hole design
Speaking of the five-door, it is equipped with a massive set of 20-inch multi-spoke rims, low-profile tires and matte silver-finished grille and step boards. While the front fascia is highlighted by a prominent ‘Pajero’ appears on the edge of the hood, the rear gets a skid plate, earning the SUV an aggressive appearance. Inside, it comes offered with black leather trimming, power seats and an updated infotainment system.
There will be a a prominent ‘Pajero’ displayed on the edge of the hood of the five-door
As for the three-door Pajero counterpart, it is given with smaller set of 18-inches wheels with eight-hole design which is wrapped up in off-road styling tires. Similarly to the five-door configuration, the three-door also has a skid plate attached to a matte black-finished nudge bar. Other goodies include automatic emergency braking, heated seats and a locking rear differential.
Under the hood of both Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition models is the upgraded 3.2L Di-D turbodiesel with Variable Geometry Turbo which is capable of delivering 192 PS and 441 Nm of torque. FWD and shift via a 5-speed automatic gearbox with INVECS-II manual mode come as standard across the line.
Black leather trimming, power seats and an updated infotainment system inside the five-door
According to the latest car news, the Mitsubishi Montero Sport will come to replace the soon-to-be-phased-out Pajero in German market where it will be known as Shogun Sport as well as the biggest SUV in the Mitsubishi lineup offered in Europe.
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The step board looks premium with matte silver finish
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The Mitsubishi Pajero is at the top of the Mitsubishi Philippines' SUV range. It is a true off-roader that has a strong cult of following both locally and globally. The Mitsubishi Pajero is a favorite among car buyers and car enthusiasts who want style, adventure, and power in one package. The new Pajero comes in a bolder and more premium look. The front end of the vehicle features a new bumper integrated chrome grille as well as a more aggressive front bumper with LED daytime running lamps. The SUV's muscular styling is complemented by the new twin-6-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels with 265/60 R18 tires. The rear part of the SUV gets a redesigned 5th door. The spare tire carrier also receives a more integrated redesign. It now features a new power sunroof, which comes as a standard. The interior also received several styling updates, including piano-black accents and new silver and carbon fiber trim that gives off an elegant feel. The steering wheel of the Mitsubishi Pajero also comes with audio controls the DVD/MP3 player that transmits sounds via six speakers. Mitsubishi Philippines offers the Mitsubishi Pajero in 3.2L diesel engine, in-line 4-cylinder 16-valve DOHC. Some of the standard features available in this SUV are airbags, ABS with EBD, alarm, rear parking sensors, and immobilizers.