2011 Mitsubishi Pajero launched in Australia

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Mitsubishi Motors Australia has expelled the 2011 Mitsubishi Pajero operation, with an importance upon reserve as well as on-board apparatus.

2011 Mitsubishi Pajero launched in Australia

Side as well as screen airbags are right away customary across a Pajero operation, fasten fortitude control, traction carryout, stop assist, EBD as well as multi-mode ABS.

Other upgrades for the 2011 indication year include the reversing sensor as well as load blind for a GLS, whilst a VRX scores a 12-speaker Rockford reward audio package, tall intensity discharge headlamps with automobile leveling, rain-sensing wipers, headlamp washers, automobile headlights as well as the cargo blind.

Mechanically vocalization, a Pajero is still available as possibly a 3.2-litre direct-injection diesel motor fuel with 147kW as well as 441Nm of torque and the 3.8-litre MIVEC V6 engine with 184kW as well as 329Nm.

Sales of a Pajero have been clever in 2010, with Mitsubishi delivering 5958 by the initial 10 months of a year (compared with 4103 over a same period last year.

Overall, the Pajero ranks fifth in the middle SUV shred for sales this year, trailing a Toyota Prado as well as Kluger, Holden Captiva as well as Ford Territory.

2011 Mitsubishi Pajero launched in Australia

The 2011 Mitsubishi Pajero operation is right away accessible during a following prices (RRP including GST as well as LCT where germane though excluding registration, stamp duty as well as play smoothness:

Pajero GL CDi primer – $50,460 (+ $1170 over a 2010 model)Pajero GL CDi involuntary – $53,460 (+ $1170)Pajero GLX CDi primer – $55,190 (+ $900)Pajero GLX CDi automatic – $58,190 (+ $900)Pajero GLS motor fuel involuntary – $60,590 (+ $2800)Pajero GLS CDi primer – $59,590 (+ $1300)Pajero GLS CDi involuntary – $62,590 (+ $1300)Pajero VRX motor fuel involuntary – $66,990 (+ $1500)Pajero VRX CDi involuntary – $69,490 (+ $1500)Pajero Exceed motor fuel automatic – $74,290 (no change)Pajero Exceed CDi involuntary – $76,790 (no change)

   

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