The fourth generation Mitsubishi Pajero is a real long-liver, having held out on the assembly line for 15 years. The SUV left Europe in 2018, Japan in 2019, and is now preparing to leave the Australian market, for which Mitsubishi has prepared a farewell version.
Pajero production ceased back in March. The final batch of 800 SUVs in the Final Edition, which marks the retirement of the iconic model, will travel to Australia. Farewell SUVs will be available in three trim levels: GLS, GLX and Exeed, and not much different from the regular Pajero.
Among the external features are nameplates indicating the special version and a black deflector on the hood, and special floor mats are laid in the cabin. In addition, this SUV comes with an accessory – a leather cover for the operating instructions.
The Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition is set in motion by a standard supercharged 3.2-liter diesel engine developing 192 horsepower. It works in tandem with a five-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.
The cost of the “final” Pajero has not yet been announced.
We also advise you to watch a detailed test drive of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport from the FineAuto team: