Mitsubishi Pajero production ends with a ‘Final Edition’ model

Mitsubishi Pajero production ends with a ‘Final Edition’ model

KUALA LUMPUR: A couple of years back, Mitsubishi discontinued the Pajero SUV in Japan where it was on offer since 1982. At that time, the company rolled out a special model with the “Final Edition” moniker to bid farewell to the legendary SUV in the home market. Well, it finally ended the production of the SUV now after a total of forty years in production spread over four generations.

As the final hurrah for the reputable SUV, Mitsubishi announced a special 2022 Pajero Final Edition in Australia, with an exclusive availability of only 800 units. The special examples will be available in three trims - GLX, GLS, and Exceed. Carrying a ‘Final Edition’ badging, the special SUVs will have special elements, including a tinted bonnet protector, carpet floor mats, a boot cover, a rear cargo liner, and a leather wrap for the service book and other documents.

Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition

Other than these, all the features will be carried over from the standard Pajero. These comprise 18-inch alloy wheels (17-inch on the base variant), a rear differential lock, rain-sensing wipers, dusk-sensing headlights, and a three-tonne towing capacity.

Inside the cabin, standard appointments included seven-seat configuration, an infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, DAB digital radio, single-zone climate control, and reversing camera. The mid-spec also features rear parking sensors, power-adjustable heated front seats, and Rockford audio, while the add-on features on offer with the top-spec trim are leather upholstery, electric sunroof, aluminum pedals, chrome windscreen surround, side protection strip, and so on.

Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition interior

Under the hood, all the trims of the Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition carry the same powertrain, that is a 3.2-litre turbocharged four-cylinder diesel mill churning out a maximum power output of 189 hp and a peak torque of 441 Nm. Sending power to all four wheels is a five-speed automatic transmission. The fuel consumption of the SUV is rated at 9.1 litres per km.

Lastly, the Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition price in Australia, the automaker has not announced it officially, however some local sources suggest a starting price of $54,990 (RM 176,292). 

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