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Yesterday Mitsubishi Motors Australia released the brand new 2020 Pajero and it's built for adventure, whatever you put in front of the Pajero, it will prevail .
“The authenticity and capability of the #Pajero is what our customers like the most,” said John Signoriello, Mitsubishi Motors Australia CEO. “Pajero drivers know they can depend on it when they take on their next challenge – whether that means heading out to the outback or towing. It’s an iconic part of our Australian product line-up.”

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Mitsubishi Australia has cut its ageing Pajero line-up from three flavours to two, ditching the top-tier Exceed while carrying on with the GLX and GLS priced at $53,990 before on-road costs and $59,490 respectively.
While pricing has remained static for Pajero variants, specification has increased with the addition of HID headlights with auto-levelling, washers and automatic high beams as standard across the board.
Carryover equipment includes a reversing camera, cruise control, seven seats, air-conditioning in the rear, 17-inch wheels and 7.0-inch multimedia system with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility.

The new GLS range-topper also gains a 12-speaker sound system and subwoofer from Rockford Fosgate in the update, alongside its already standard rear parking sensors, automatic wipers and headlights, heated and powered front seats, 18-inch wheels, and cargo blind.
As before, the 2020 Pajero will continue to be powered by a 3.2-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine, which produces 141kW of power at 3800rpm and 441Nm of torque from 2000rpm.
With drive sent to all four wheels via a five-speed automatic transmission, official fuel consumption readings are pegged at 9.1 litres per 100km.
Mitsubishi’s updated Pajero is also underpinned by the brand’s ‘Super Select II’ four-wheel-drive (4WD) system, featureing a rear differential lock and four driving modes – 2H, 4H, 4HLc and 4LLc.
Off-road credentials are also bolstered by a 45-degree incline, 35-degree climbing, 36.6-degree approach, 22.5-degree ramp breakover and 25-degree departure angles.
Underpinning the Pajero is a double wishbone front suspension with coil springs and a stabiliser bar, while the rear axle features a multi-link set-up.

Externally, there are no changes to the 2020 Pajero. Colours available include three pearlescent shades (‘Warm white’, ‘Terra Rossa’ and ‘Pitch black’) and four metallic hues (‘Cool silver’, ‘Ironbark’, ‘Graphite’ and ‘Pitch black’).
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I wonder if they've dropped the Exceed badge to make the Pajero Sport Exceed their flagship luxury off-roader? I don't normally follow specs that well, but with all the extra goodies they've added to the GLS, how close will it now be to the former Exceed spec?
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Externally, there are no changes to the 2020 Pajero. Colours available include three pearlescent shades (‘Warm white’, ‘Terra Rossa’ and ‘Pitch black’) and four metallic hues (‘Cool silver’, ‘Ironbark’, ‘Graphite’ and ‘Pitch black’)
Glad to see they have brought back the Ironback shade. Despite being a popular color, I was shocked to see they had discontinued it in between, from what I remember.
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Bringing back the 17”’rims on the GLX seems a good move for those of us who go offroad.
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Bringing back the 17”’rims on the GLX seems a good move for those of us who go offroad.
I missed the bit about the 17" wheels.


Looks like the blurb does not match the specs. One says 147kw the other 141.

Still beats me how some heated seats and a few other bits can add $7,000 to the price.

No different to other cars I know - just seems these upper models are the real cash cow.
Great anyway to see they've squeezed another year out of the Pajero.
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I’d say it is 141kW. The 147 spec was before the DPF.
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I’d say it is 141kW. The 147 spec was before the DPF.
It is 141 Kw and 441 Nm .Reporters not doing their research. Edited in original post.
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They have also added Emergency Brake Assist (EDIT My MY17 brochure shows that it has EBA not sure why the media is saying this is new?)

Low and high beam are now HID

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Does it have digital speedo?
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