The iconic Pajero has been refined from the inside out, with interior and exterior cosmetic updates and an upgraded NVH package contributing to a quieter, more comfortable on-road performance.
The Pajero’s tough exterior has been enhanced with sophisticated styling features including a new front bumper, chrome radiator grille and new spare tyre cover design. Inside, a new centre panel design and chrome air conditioning dials brighten the appearance. Flexible seating for up to seven people is now standard across the range maximising space and functionality.
Significant NVH upgrades on all automatic models have improved cabin quietness with new dash panel acoustic insulation material. For extra isolation performance, noise absorbing material has been added to the engine hood, top cowl, floor area, headlining, rear quarter trim and front transmission tunnel area. A noise insulation layer has also been added to the laminated firewall material.
Recommended retail prices have been rolled back across a new three model structure with the GLX manual starting from $50,990 RRP.
Even the entry-level Pajero GLX has an extensive list of luxurious features including 18-inch alloy wheels, front LED Daytime Running Lamps (DRL), privacy glass and chrome outer door handles and mirrors for added style. The masculine exterior is complemented with front mud guards, side steps and rear deflector. High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps come as standard to help improve visibility on and off the road and a rear differential lock enhances the Pajero’s superior 4WD capabilities.
The mid-range Pajero GLS replaces the GLX-R and VRX models, with an RRP of $58,990. The GLS gains the Mitsubishi Multi Communication System (MMCS) with satellite navigation, reversing sensors, rain sensing wipers and dusk sensing headlamps. Inside, heated and power front seats and partial leather seat trim offer added comfort.
The top of the range Pajero Exceed is packed with stylish features for the ultimate in superior four-wheel driving. Electric sunroof with slide and tilt, sport pedals, chrome windscreen and side protection moulding and a wood and leather four-spoke steering wheel enhance the interior appearance.
Automatic high beam is a new feature on the Pajero Exceed. A forward facing camera located in the rear view mirror bracket senses oncoming vehicle headlights and adjusts accordingly to allow the driver to stay focused on the road at all times. The Pajero Exceed is available from $65,990 RRP.
Mitsubishi Motors Australia Executive Director of Marketing Tony Principe said the 15MY Pajero offers the best in 4WD technology, with updated styling, new features and sharp pricing to enhance its appeal.
“The Pajero has been a long favourite of Australian customers with its remarkable 4WD capabilities, safety features and exceptional power and performance,” he said.
“The Pajero nameplate has rightfully earned its reputation for legendary off-road performance through decades of development and success in motorsport.
“The updated 2015 Pajero range is packed full of features and offers the ultimate in premium four-wheel driving with no compromise on value.
“We’ve added luxury specifications across the range to enhance drive comfort and convenience with a model to suit every adventure.”
Mitsubishi’s 2015 model year Pajero range has a 5 year/100,000km New Vehicle Warranty and is on sale around Australia now.
2015 Model Year Pajero Features and Pricing
•New front bumper design
•New chrome radiator grille
•New spare tyre cover design
•Centre panel design change
•Chrome air conditioning dials
•Folding type key
GLX standard features:
•18-inch alloy wheels
•Front LED Daytime Running Lamps
•Chrome outer door handles
•Chrome and heated outer door mirrors with approach lights and side turn lamp
•Front fog lamps
•Front mud guards
•HID headlamps with auto levelling device
•Rear differential lock
•New generation audio system
•Reverse camera (in display audio)
•Electrochromatic rear view mirror
•Rear air-conditioner and heater
GLS standard features over GLX
•Rain sensing wipers
•Dusk sensing headlamps
•Mitsubishi Multi Communication System (MMCS) audio system with satellite navigation
•Heated and power front seats
•Sports cloth seat trim with leather look bolster
•Leather look front and rear door trim
Exceed standard features over GLS:
•Automatic high beam
•Electric sunroof with slide and tilt
•Leather seat facings
•Wood and leather 4 spoke steering wheel
•Chrome windscreen moulding and side protection moulding
•Decorative scuff plate
•Rockford Fosgate premium audio with 12 speakers
•Premium security alarm with siren and sensor
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