With the Pajero, Mitsubishi manages to show its exceptional level of craftsmanship and careful attention to detail. The SUV is bold, exquisite but elegant.
The new Pajero has a redesigned double bar chrome-plated radiator front grille. The front bumper is integrated in the front grille, emphasizing its athletic appearance. Other features on the fascia include LED daytime running lights and HID headlamps with automatic dimming and headlight washer function.
There are a few small changes added to the car. Those include body-colored exterior mirrors that are blended nicely with fog lamps, turn signals, a pair of rear lights on the muscular tailgate, as well as the rear windshield with a broad wiper.
The car has an ergonomic cabin with white-colored leather seats. The driver’s seat is a 10-way power-adjustable one while the passenger’s seat can be adjusted in four ways electrically. The molded door trims come with a carbon fiber and silver accents.
The four-spoke steering wheel is wrapped in leather. The shift knob has piano black accent with control buttons for climate and audio. The instrument console is in the form of high-contrast backlit meters with red illumination.
Safety features include four airbags, stability control, seatbelt reminder, security alarm, rear-view camera, park distance reversing signal, ABS with EBD, and ISOFIX child seat tethers.
The car comes with an infotainment system with a premium sound system. Rear passengers enjoy a 9-inch display screen located on the ceiling and a DVD player.