The long-awaited Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, punching way above its weight thanks to an array of cutting-edge technological enhancements, such as its Sophisticated car-like driving dynamics derived from legendary Pajero and new Generation Super Select 4-II 4WD system, now available with advanced electronic assistance i.e. Hill Descent Control and Off-Road Mode control for superior traction.

The world’s first passenger vehicle with full-time four-wheel drive, the PX33, was launched by Mitsubishi in 1933. More than 80 years later, Mitsubishi is launching their all-new Pajero Sport, a luxurious purpose-built sport utility vehicle delivering similar refined driving dynamics as many powerful, spacious and luxurious sedans.

The new Pajero Sport’s distinctive styling is energetic and striking, while making an intrepid statement that it is able to comfortably conquer any terrain.
Fusing elegance, space, safety and cutting-edge technology, resulted in agile urban driving performance, comfortable highway cruising and breathless excitement for thrilling off-road adventures.

The new Pajero Sport’s athletic design with black roof mouldings, black front and rear mud guards, black windshield mouldings, colour-coded front and rear bumpers as well as a stylish rear spoiler, sets this new Mitsubishi SUV apart from its competitors.

As far as cabin features are concerned, the latest Pajero Sport stands proud in the presence of its direct competitors and some much pricier luxury sedans.
The high-quality feel of the luxurious interior offers class-leading comfort and space with generous head and legroom as well as storage, luggage or sport equipment space for the more adventurous.

Nothing is more important to Mitsubishi Motors than safety. Significant passenger protection features coupled with Mitsubishi’s Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE) body construction have earned the all-new Pajero Sport the maximum score in the Australian ANCAP safety test – a rating of 5 stars, making it one of the safest sport utility vehicles on (and off) the road.
Standard built-in safety features which include Active Stability and Traction Control (ASTC), ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), BAS (Brake Assist System), Brake Override System and six airbags (Driver, Passenger, Seat and Side Curtains) round off the safety package now on offer by the new Pajero Sport. Hill Descent Control and the new electronic Off-Road Mode Control add additional safety benefits to Pajero Sport’s impressive off-road performance.


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