Mitsubishi Pajero (Montero) Final Edition Bids Farewell To The Iconic Rugged SUV

  • May 18, 2021
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Only 800 units have been allocated to mark an end to its nearly 40-year journey

 
  • Gets several additions such as special badging, a bug reflector, carpet floor mats, and a leather-wrapped owner's manual and service book.

  • It continues to feature a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, 12-speaker sound system, an electric sunroof, and auto climate control.

  • Powered by a 3.2-litre turbo-diesel engine, paired with a 5-speed automatic gearbox and 4x4.

  • It was relaunched in India in 2016 as the Montero via the CBU route, before being discontinued in 2018. 

  • The Pajero name will still live on via the smaller Pajero Sport.

It's the end of the road for the iconic Mitsubishi Pajero with the ‘Final Edition’ of the fourth-generation rugged SUV introduced in Australia. This exclusive offering will be limited to just 800 units across all three variants: GLS, GLX and Exceed. It was also known as the Montero in India. 

 

The Pajero’s last hurrah, however, does not sport too many differences over the standard models. It gets subtle additions, including ‘Final Edition’ badging all over, a bug reflector, carpet floor mats, a plastic cargo liner, a protective boot flap, and a leather-wrapped owner's manual and service book. 

It continues to feature a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring, powered and heated front seats, an electric sunroof, a 12-speaker sound system, and automatic climate control.

Under the hood, it is powered by a 3.2-litre turbo-diesel engine, developing 191PS of power and 441Nm of torque. It is paired to a 5-speed automatic gearbox that drives power to all four wheels. The Pajero name has always been synonymous with off-road prowess and its final iteration is no different. It gets a rear differential lock and a towing capacity of 3,000kg.

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The Mitsubishi Pajero ‘Final Edition’ marks the end of an almost 40-year journey for the rugged SUV, spanning four generations. The final version of the Pajero had quite a long shelf life since its introduction in 2006. 

While the original SUV is dead, the ‘Pajero’ name will live on via the smaller Pajero Sport. Back home, the Pajero Sport and Outlander weren’t upgraded to meet the BS6 emissions norms in 2020 so it's unclear whether the two SUVs will make a comeback.  

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