The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport is a tough and capable 7-seater SUV that rivals products such as Toyota’s popular Fortuner, the Ford Everest, Isuzu MU-X and the Haval H9.
by SHAWN DONOVAN BRETT
*Prices accurate at time of publishing – Gay Pages SUmmer 2020 Edition 97
To remain competitive in the market, Mitsubishi now welcomes a revised offering to market, boasting the brand’s striking ‘Dynamic Shield’ front-end design, which also features on the Triton double-cab bakkie. Mitsubishi has also bolstered the range with a new range-topping Pajero Sport Exceed 4×4 derivative. All Pajero Sport derivatives are powered by the tried-and-trusted 2,4-litre turbodiesel engine mated with an 8-speed automatic transmission. The Pajero Sport 4X4 offering features Mitsubishi’s Super Select 4WD-II system with modes such as Gravel, Mud/Snow, Sand or Rock on offer to tackle various terrain conditions.
All Pajero Sport derivatives are fitted with hill-start assist, automatic headlights, rain-sensing windscreen wipers, rear park distance control and a rear-view camera. An 8″ touchscreen infotainment system offers Bluetooth functionality with voice control functionality for added convenience along with Apple Carplay and Android Auto capability.
Other notable standard features include leather upholstery, a digital instrument cluster, dual-zone climate control air conditioning, additional dual USB ports for rear passengers and a 220 AC 150W power plug.
The Pajero Sport rides on 18-inch alloy wheels and Mitsubishi is now offering 2 additional colours to customers including White Diamond and Graphite Grey.