After success with the original Pajero Platinum Edition, Mitsubishi has announced the release of the new Mitsubishi Pajero Platinum Edition which showcases special features typical to more expensive variants.
The new version is based on the current 2010 model year Mitsubishi Pajero GLX but is fitted with, among other things, tinted windows, colour coded door handles, a chrome grille and silver roof rails. The new four-wheel drive also comes with Mitsubishi’s Multi Communication System with voice-activated navigation controls.
Mitsubishi’s MMCS interface also incorporates a 850-watt Rockford Acoustic Design, 12-speaker sound system, with reversing sensors and a rear-mounted camera.
Like the Pajero GLX, the Platinum Edition is also available in 3.8-litre petrol engine form and 3.2-litre diesel form. Masahiko Takahashi, Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited CEO, said about the release in a recent report,
“We are pleased to bring back the popular Platinum Edition of the Pajero. Four-wheel drive enthusiasts will appreciate its solid on and off-road power, as well as, the addition of a number of stylish and functional interior and exterior features as standard fitments.”
The new Pajero Platinum Edition also comes with a range of safety features including Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution bodywork – using a monocoque structure, ABS with electronic brake distribution, dual front airbags, automatic wipers and headlights.
Mitsubishi is also offering the new Pajero Platinum Edition with a 10 year/160,000km drivetrain warranty, and a five year/130,000km new car warranty. Prices start at $58,290, excluding on-road costs.