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REFRESHED PAJERO ARRIVED TO MALAYSIA

| 08/12/2011 | 0 Comments

Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia introduced the upgraded Mitsubishi Pajero, coming with re-designed front grille and bumper, a new skid plate, re-styled roof rail and a fresher 18”alloy wheel design.


Inside, the dashboard now comes in red illumination color for a sportier outlook while maintaining a luxurious feel from plush leather trim to expansive seating system. The centrepiece of the Pajero’s dashboard is the high-end Rockford Acoustic Design premium sound system comprising 12 speakers, an 860-watt amplifier, digital signal processor (DSP) and a 5.1 channel theater surround system. The driver is able to control the 6-CD/USB/AUX compatible sound system via buttons on the leather wrapped four-spoke steering wheel. Other comfort and convenience features include powered front seats, automatic climate control, rear air-conditioning with independent control, plus roof and floor vents for second and third row occupants.
To aid parking and reversing, the Pajero comes with a rear view camera system which has a monitor incorporated into the auto dimming mirror. As a safety function, the Pajero introduces the Brake Overide System. This system cuts engine power in case of simultaneous application of both accelerator and brake pedal. Once this function is activated, the system reduces power on the engine without stalling or turning the engine off.
Powered by a 3.8-litre V6 engine with 250PS of power and 329Nm of torque, the 24-valve engine is equipped with Mitsubishi Motors’ MIVEC (Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing Electronic Control) technology for optimum performance and efficiency. The V6 engine is paired to an INVECS-II 5-speed automatic transmission with Sport Mode which combines the convenience of an automatic with the control of a manual gearbox when needed.
Mitsubishi’s advanced All Wheel Control (AWC) system delivers precise traction, power and slip control for each wheel independently to ensure complete driver control. One major component of the AWC system is Active Stability and Traction Control (ASTC). It uses a network of sensors to collect real-time data and monitor the vehicle status and steering angle. This data is then used to regulate brake force and drive torque on an individual wheel basis to improve handling and stability. ASTC is integrated with Multi-mode ABS and EBD.
Fully imported from Japan, the Mitsubishi Pajero is priced at RM 298,980.00 on-the-road inclusive of insurance. Owners get to enjoy a 3-year/100,000 km warranty as well as a 2-year/40,000 km free maintenance for an added peace of mind.

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