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i have original 2015 5 seat pajero sport gls love the thing (except fuel tank) just had old jacks recommended rear suspension upgrade $453 king springs and pedders bump stops
and we have had a performance remap done
who'd you go with for the tune ? ...

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I have a 2016 PS GLS and I like it very much.. I have towed a small van around Australia with some light 4WD tracks such as the Bloomfield , El Quetro etc. I cannot understand all of this talk about suspension, tyres etc . The car is fine as supplied. A larger tank would be nice but imine had ample capacity for the big lap. Save you money and leave it alone would be my advice, its a good car.
Can't disagree with that....my paj was stock for it's first years. Just the basics.
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high 500 ks missus driving around town
mid 700ks highway unloaded
Sounds good...probably won't need a bigger tank based on that.
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I bought a 2017 GLX. Chose it because I did not need 7 seats. Also I found the cloth seats far more comfortable than the leather. I know the GLS and Exceed has dual aircon controls, but I had that in my last vehicle and never found the need to set different temperatures for driver and passenger. Also I think the GLS and Exceed have some extra speakers in the stereo system, but the GLX sound system sounds great to my old ears. All up I did not see value in the GLS over the GLX.
I agree with davidmc, the vehicle as supplied performs well.
As for the small fuel tank, I get about 600-700Km in highway running with a light load.
I believe ARB is developing a 40 Litre auxiliary tank which fits in the dead space above the spare wheel.
Will probably buy one when it gets to market, as I don't like carrying jerry cans.
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just autos nambour

https://ibb.co/e8BZwo

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just autos nambour

https://ibb.co/e8BZwo
very nice numbers and torque .. well done great improvement ...

I bet you would feel it from down low especially

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