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2021 Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition price and specs revealed – UPDATE

The final edition of the 2021 Mitsubishi Pajero is due in showrooms within weeks after production ended following a 39-year run. Australia has been allocated a final batch of 800 examples of the 2021 Mitsubishi Pajero seven-seat four-wheel-drive, all of which will be badged Final Edition. The Final Edition will be available across all three model grades, GLS, GLX and Exceed...

2022 Mitsubishi Pajero imagined as next-gen four-wheel-drive

The Mitsubishi Pajero came to the end of production this year, ending a four-decade run as a proven, capable four-wheel-drive. While it felt its age in recent years, for a long time the Pajero was one of the main family off-roaders available on the market, with the Mitsubishi fighting in the same class as the Toyota LandCruiser and Nissan Patrol...

Toyota LandCruiser, Nissan Patrol, Mitsubishi Pajero sales continue to surge as Aussies holiday at home

The Toyota LandCruiser, Nissan Patrol and Mitsubishi Pajero continued their sales surge last month as more Australians plan to holiday at home amid restrictions on international travel. Despite the age of all three vehicles – launched in 2007, 2010 and 2006 respectively – sales of the three nameplates combined have increased by 69...

Marketplace: Family off-road SUV buying guide

We've all heard about it: pulling the rug out from international travel has caused Australian tourists to look inward. Not spiritually, but geographically. Places like Aspen and the Andes might be out of reach at the moment, but domestic travel is shaping up to boom over the next twelve months for many Australians...

RIP Mitsubishi Pajero: production to end next year

The Mitsubishi Pajero will reach the end of the production line in 2021 after a 39-year run and more than 3.3 million sales globally, the Japanese car maker has confirmed. After years of speculation – and several attempts to save the Mitsubishi Pajero from extinction – it will stop production in the first half of 2021...

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Mitsubishi Pajero future in doubt, likely to be replaced by seven-seat soft-roader

It’s no secret the Mitsubishi Pajero’s days are numbered, given it's been gradually withdrawn from sale in various countries around the world – including most recently its home market in Japan where the ‘Final Edition’ has been released...

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Plenty has happened in the world of car news over the last 24 hours. If you haven't had time to read all the news on CarAdvice.com, catch up on your way home with Car News Daily, as Mandy Turner reads each news story word-for-word...

2017-18 Mitsubishi Pajero recalled

Mitsubishi Australia has recalled the 2017-18 Pajero, over concerns about the welding strength on the front right-hand lower control arm. According to the company, 'inadequate welding strength' on the lower control arm could make it fail at one of the weld joints. If the lower control arm fails, the steering mightn't operate correctly, increasing the risk of injury or accident for both the driver and other road users...

Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition announced for Japan - UPDATE

Mitsubishi has announced the Pajero Final Edition for the Japanese market, limited to just 700 units. UPDATE, 29/4/19: Mitsubishi Australia has issued a statement regarding the Pajero's future in our market. See bottom of article for details The large off-roader will end a 37-year stint in its homeland when it's discontinued in August, though certain export markets like Australia will continue to get the long-running nameplate...

Mitsubishi Pajero development on pause

Mitsubishi has no Pajero in development yet, and the current version doesn’t have long to live before safety and emissions regulations in a growing number of countries spell the end of the current model’s 20-year run. The global market for big, tough and affordable 4x4s like this is actually battling as people opt for softer crossovers, and the cost of making one that meets all the legal requirements are steeper than ever...