UPDATED with correct information from MMAL about 3.8-litre petrol engine.
Mitsubishi Motors Australia has re-introduced the limited edition Mitsubishi Pajero RX with a range of additional features.
The Pajero RX is based on the GLX model, with supply to be limited to 1200 vehicles for Australia.
The basic RX package costs an extra $1350 over the GLX. The outside of the vehicle scores 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome grille and bumper protector, fog lamps with chrome inserts, chrome mirrors and door handles, integrated side steps with front mud guards and silver front skid plate, rear spoiler, rear bumper highlights, silver roof rails and RX badging.
Inside, the limited edition model gets privacy glass, titanium-look instrument surrounds and power window switches, alloy gear shift selector, chrome door handles, sun visor extensions and vanity mirror lamps.
Interior tech is also significantly enhanced with Mitsubishi’s Multi Communication System with satellite navigation and voice command, as well as a reversing camera, rear-zone air conditioning, electrochromatic rear view mirror, and exterior mirrors with indicators, demisters and puddle lights.
For an additional $1350, Pajero RX customers can option in the Family Convenience Pack, which includes dusk-sensing headlights, rain-sensing wipers, headlamp washers, and a rear-seat entertainment system with DVD player, nine-inch screen and two wireless headsets.
The 2011 Mitsubishi Pajero RX is priced from $57,990 for the 3.8-litre petrol five-speed automatic model and $59,990 for the 3.2-litre diesel five-speed automatic variant (excluding government and dealer charges).