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The 2015 Mitsubishi Pajero has hit the market, with a number of changes for the Japanese brand’s flagship large SUV. Heading that list of changes is an $8000 price reduction for the range-topping Exceed model the perfect excuse then to spend a week behind the wheel. It’s been a while since I’ve sat behind the wheel of a Mitsubishi Pajero and not a great deal has changed.
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Like a favourite old jumper, the Pajero despite some tweaks and changes for 2015 feels very much as it always did. That’s both good and bad. Good, as in you know exactly what you’re going to get. Bad, as in the competition especially in terms of tech inclusions and interior design has moved on a long way. 2015 Mitsubishi Pajero Price Best of all, prices have been trimmed across a new three-model range.
The base GLX manual opens the batting at $50,990, plus on-road costs. The middle order GLS replaces both the GLX-R and VRX models, with a manufacturer’s recommended list price of $58,990; while the Exceed automatic chimes in with a winning total of $65,990. Mitubishi Pajero list price: Pajero GLX: $50,990 (manual), $53,990 (automatic) Pajero GLS: $58,990 (automatic) Exceed: $65,990 (automatic) 2015 Mitsubishi Pajero Specs In a bid to add some sparkle, the somewhat bland body has been ‘bling-ed’ up with a new front bumper, front guards, side steps and rear deflector, chrome radiator grille, door handles and mirrors, plus privacy glass. The Pajero rolls on sturdy 18-inch alloy wheels. High intensity discharge headlamps and front LED daytime running lights now come as standard to help improve visibility. A rear differential lock enhances the Pajero’s well-respected four-wheel drive capabilities. Turboninjas Camry Manual on this page.
A new design of spare tyre cover means there’s no mistaking the MY15 Pajero from behind. The mid-range Pajero GLS test vehicle, which replaces the GLX-R and VRX models, gained the Mitsubishi Multi Communication System with satellite navigation, reversing sensors, rain sensing wipers and dusk sensing headlamps, while heated and power front seats and partial leather seat trim added comfort. Starting with the exterior, the Pajero is still a decent (and tough) looking off-roader. It’s aged well, there’s no doubt about that, and for 2015 there’s revised styling front and rear. Attractive 18-inch alloy wheels mean you can still fit serious off-road tyres if you want to, and the HID headlights with LED running lights smarten things up at the front. The HID headlights especially were a noticeable improvement out in the country as darkness fell. 1994 Honda Trx300 Service Manual. Take your seat behind the wheel, and there’s a high riding feel to the Pajero’s cabin.
My only bugbear with Mitsubishi interiors (and it’s more than just a Pajero issue) is the fact that you tend to sit ‘on’ the seats rather than slide ‘into’ them. They can be quite flat and board-like. Still, the interior is comfortable as my 500-plus-kilometre country jaunt helped prove. I don’t recall the old Pajero being particularly noisy from behind the wheel, but nonetheless Mitsubishi has spent plenty of development time improving the NVH of this model for 2015. That comes in the form of insulation added just about everywhere throughout the cabin. Aside from a few stretches of particularly coarse country road, there was very little noise intrusion into the cabin. There is some tyre noise that comes from the 18-inch rubber, but again, only on nastier surfaces.
2015 Mitsubishi Pajero Engine The 3.2-litre four-cylinder common-rail direct-injection turbo-diesel engine is as solid as it’s always been. Its 147kW and 447Nm combine nicely to get the Pajero up to speed, though it’s no powerhouse in terms of brute acceleration, and felt a little breathless when I needed to execute a roll-on overtaking move on country roads. However, its five-speed auto proved to be smooth and hesitation-free both around town and out in the country. The Mitsubishi Pajero has a 3.2-litre common-rail, direct-injection turbo-diesel engine. It’s mated with a five-speed, all synchromesh manual gearbox standard, or a five-speed automatic transmission, the latter comes with a Sports mode. The auto lets the driver switch between 2WD and 4WD modes at speeds of up to 100 km/h on almost all surfaces.
Peak power of 147 kW at 3800 rpm and 447 Nm of torque at 2000 revs puts the Pajero in the tough guy towing capacity of three tonnes with a braked trailer. Review Pictures Specifications, Interior, Exterior, Engine of 2015 Mitsubishi Pajero.
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