Mitsubishi Motors has unveiled the fourth generation of its Final Edition Mitsubishi Pajero SUVs in Australia. These are the last examples of the generation that has been on the assembly line for 15 years.
Serial production of Mitsubishi Pajero SUVs at a plant in Japan ceased back in March. The last 800 Final Edition vehicles were destined for Australia and are now available to order. These SUVs are available in standard GLS, GLX, and Exeed trim levels, and do not differ much from the usual Mitsubishi Pajero.
Among the features of the Australian Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition: nameplates with the name of the series, a black deflector on the hood, original floor mats, and a leather cover for the instruction manual and service book. These cars are equipped with a standard 3.2-liter turbodiesel (192 hp) and a five-speed “automatic”. All-wheel drive cars, five-door, and seven-seater.
Mitsubishi Pajero has been produced since 1981 and for all the time more than 3.3 million copies of all four generations have rolled off the assembly line. The current fourth came in 2006 and underwent two minor design updates. The last three-door version of the model was released in 2018.