2006 mitsubishi pajero




2006 mitsubishi pajero

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    The Mitsubishi Pajero is a sport utility vehicle manufactured and marketed globally by Mitsubishi. Mitsubishi.

    Interesting fact! The Mitsubishi Group was established in Japan in 1870. And since then she has never changed her logo. Three well-known rhombuses symbolize three diamonds, "three whales", on which the whole concept of the concern rests: honesty, responsibility and readiness for cooperation.

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    2006 mitsubishi pajero

    2006 mitsubishi pajero

    In , a 3. Traveled extensively, rain, snow, rough roads, and Montero took on the challenge. Only regret, vehicle no longer sold new in The long-wheelbase models received a coil link suspension system for better ride comfort and off-road ability. In July , two new power plants were introduced; a 3.

    2006 mitsubishi pajero

    2006 mitsubishi pajero

    2006 mitsubishi pajero

    2006 mitsubishi pajero

    2006 mitsubishi pajero

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    The Pajero when it arrived in mids Australia really did carve a specific niche into the market for heavyweight 4WD vehicles. The seven-passenger NS wagon was roughly the same size and weight as the NP it replaced but with hardly an external panel left unchanged. Headlights now curved downwards into the bumper panel and permitted a deeper grille aperture. Interior trim and fittings that embodied s style were due for a revamp so the NS added an in-dash information centre, new steering wheel, storage bins, an MP3 decoder and six-stack CD player.

    Mitsubishi held onto the 3. That would be redressed in when an uprated diesel with kW and a massive Nm of torque was introduced. Seven years earlier, Mitsubishi had dumped the short-wheelbase Pajero to concentrate on longer versions. For it brought back the three-door with all the features and the same engines as the full-sized Pajeros. Weight was shaved to an extent and the more compact dimensions helped in tight, off-road situations. For serious caravanning, mountaineering and just general rough play the diesel 3.

    2006 mitsubishi pajero

    This version in basic GLX form came with manual transmission and was only slightly more expensive than a basic petrol Pajero. However the list of goodies would include bigger diameter alloys, heated and electrically adjustable driver seats, a leather-bound steering wheel and sound system upgrade. Features included an all-leather interior, Xenon lights and a screen with DVD player for those in the rear.

    A power sunroof was optional but if you chose the moveable roof the kids lost their in-car entertainment centre. The diesel with torque peaking at Nm allowed towing capacity to increase and the NT diesel automatic was rated to haul a braked trailer of up to kg. Pajeros combine high levels of occupant comfort and decent standards of primary and secondary safety with sufficient off-road ability to keep most amateur explorers happy.

    2006 mitsubishi pajero

    However they have never been a particular favourite of the used market and your Pajero budget buys considerably more than if you had insisted on owning a Landcruiser. When new, an Exceed diesel was out of reach for many buyers. Looking at the current used market, automatic Pajeros outsell manual by about 6: Using a Pajero off-road is simplicity personified and perhaps can lead to a little over-confidence from inexperienced 4WDers.

    The 4WD selector lever can be operated on the move and also switch without stopping into Low Range. Loosely packed sand needs to be treated with caution as the Pajero even with optional diff locks deployed can dig itself a trench. From there, limited underbelly clearance does the rest. Lack of wheel articulation is cited as another reason for keeping your Pajero away from really serious 4WD tracks. On well-maintained trails and access routes to beach fishing spots though the standard suspension should be quite adequate.

    Side steps as found on a lot of Pajeros can be a great help when smaller fry or older relatives need to climb aboard or for stopping bush rocks damaging your sills. However In deep mud or wet sand they can stick like suction caps. Some owners will buy a Pajero with long-distance towing in mind. The auto is perfect for this role, although fitting an additional transmission oil cooler is recommended. Factor in the weight of a caravan plus associated personal and safety equipment plus the need to run in 4WD on some outback roads and those 88 litres will disappear very quickly.

    2006 mitsubishi pajero

    Making space for a supplementary tank if you intend travelling any distance is a good idea. Pajeros look a bit wobbly on their pins when being pushed hard but owners report few issues with stability. All post Pajeros sold in Australia qualify for a Four Star ANCAP crash protection rating and recorded excellent scores for side-on collisions, not so good when hit from the front. Even in vehicles that look new, check for emerging rust in the tail-gate, door skins, around windows and the roof.

    Look at the rubber boots that keep dirt and sand out of shaft joints. If these tear they allow contaminants into the joint, promoting rapid wear. Damage in the cargo area is a sign of a hard life and probably a Pajero to avoid.

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