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Hello to you all and thank-you for a very informative forum. The information in this forum swayed my buying ideas from the Isuzu Mux (I already have a dmax) to the Pajero which I shall pick up new from the dealership next week.
Its a 2019 plated GLX in Charcoal. Plenty of mods will be done which means plenty of questions to ask.
We have a fleet of Pajero's that run 24/7 in all conditions. Some have over 450,000 and are still going strong.

Look forward to yarning with you.

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Hello to you all and thank-you for a very informative forum. The information in this forum swayed my buying ideas from the Isuzu Mux (I already have a dmax) to the Pajero which I shall pick up new from the dealership next week.
Its a 2019 plated GLX in Charcoal. Plenty of mods will be done which means plenty of questions to ask.
We have a fleet of Pajero's that run 24/7 in all conditions. Some have over 450,000 and are still going strong.

Look forward to yarning with you.

Regards

Chris
Hi Chris, welcome to the forum.

I'd love to hear more about your fleet of Pajeros, and which ones have made it to 450,000 km - that's a good effort!
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Not my personal fleet but work fleet mate. Some cars have over 500,00 on them and they still keep going and going.
Biggest fault at this age is the rattles that come from the rear cage and rear door lock mechanism. Some have the worn front bearing growl and a few bumps front the suspension but all get fixed on next service mostly.
These vehicles have hit every bloody animal imaginable, roo's, cows, birds, wombats the works. Only reason I didnt get a factory bullbar was they dont handle the bumps and bruise and cause way to much damage to lights and panels when pushed back.
Cars are mainly highway runners with alot of bushtracking as well.
But after all these years and kilometers they are still a bloody nice rig to drive, kudo's to Mitsubishi. And that is why I decided to buy one !
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Not my personal fleet but work fleet mate. Some cars have over 500,00 on them and they still keep going and going.
Biggest fault at this age is the rattles that come from the rear cage and rear door lock mechanism. Some have the worn front bearing growl and a few bumps front the suspension but all get fixed on next service mostly.
These vehicles have hit every bloody animal imaginable, roo's, cows, birds, wombats the works. Only reason I didnt get a factory bullbar was they dont handle the bumps and bruise and cause way to much damage to lights and panels when pushed back.
Cars are mainly highway runners with alot of bushtracking as well.
But after all these years and kilometers they are still a bloody nice rig to drive, kudo's to Mitsubishi. And that is why I decided to buy one !
Doesn't come as a surprise to many here, but this is awesome to hear.
Congrats on your new car, and welcome to the forum.
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Not my personal fleet but work fleet mate. Some cars have over 500,00 on them and they still keep going and going.
I and perhaps many others on here would be interested to know whether your work fleet vehicles have all had a functioning EGR valve during those 450,000 - half mill kays! lol


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...interested to know whether your work fleet vehicles have all had a functioning EGR valve during those 450,000 - half mill kays!
I was looking forward to finding out


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