2023 Author: Charles Youmans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-20 18:41
Recently, information appeared on the Web that the Japanese Mitsubishi, before completing the production of the Pajero SUV, has prepared a special limited edition Final Edition for it. Today it became known in what trim levels and what equipment this version of the car will have.
So, the Final Edition will be available in three trim levels: GLS, GLX and Exceed. In Australia, where 800 units of the all-wheel drive SUV will be sold, its initial variation will cost 52,490 (3.9 million rubles). For the model with the GLX trim level, you will have to pay 59 490 (4.4 million rubles). The maximum configuration Exceed Final Edition is estimated at 62,990 (4.6 million rubles). All Final Editions are powered by a 3, 2-liter, 4-cylinder turbo diesel that produces 191 hp. and 441 N * m. It is paired with a 5-speed automatic transmission and an all-wheel drive system.
In this version, there are no mechanical changes in the design of the SUV, and all modifications are presented in the form of various commemorative accessories on the body and in the cabin. Among these elements are the Final Edition badges on the body, the protective film on the hood, the leather cover of the car manual, nap mats, and a plastic protective boot lid. She, by the way, is raised in a special way in order to avoid scratching the bumper when loading heavy objects.
All other equipment is similar to what is available on the regular 7-seat SUV, including 18 "alloy wheels for the GLS and Exceed trim levels and 17" alloy wheels in the GLX trim level. In all modifications, the multimedia system supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. In addition, the car received a Rockford audio system in the GLS and Exceed trim levels.
Off-road equipment includes a standard rear differential lock and a towing capacity of up to three tons. In addition, the vj; tn model can overcome water obstacles up to 700 mm deep, as well as entry and exit angles of 36, 6 and 25 degrees, respectively. These 800 examples of the popular Japanese SUV will be the last in this model line, as the company has officially announced the end of production of the Pajero.