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Pajero goes platinum – again
Another platinum-edition Pajero emerges from Mitsubishi, based on GLX
28 Sep 2009
MITSUBISHI has released a limited-edition version of its Pajero, with just 550 examples available, based on the entry-level GLX five-door.
The Pajero Platinum Edition – a limited-edition name used previously by Mitsubishi for its mid-sized SUV wagon – features a number of safety, comfort and styling upgrades.
In addition to the GLX’s standard equipment list, the Platinum Edition offers a reversing camera, front foglights, body-coloured side mirrors, integrated side steps with front mudguards, a rear wind deflector and Platinum Edition signature carpet mats and badging.
On the inside, the Platinum Pajero features Mitsubishi’s Multi Communication System (MMCS) incorporating satellite-navigation and Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity.
The Pajero Platinum Edition five-door is available from October with both 3.8-litre petrol V6 and 3.2-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engines – priced from $52,290 and $54,290 respectively – mated to either manual or automatic transmissions.
Like all Mitsubishis in Australia, it comes with a five-year/130,000km new-vehicle warranty and 10-year/160,000km non-transferrable drivetrain warranty.
“With less than 550 units of this premium vehicle released, we are sure to see a rush of four-wheel drive enthusiasts trying to get their hands on this brilliant deal,” said Mitsubishi Motors Australia vice-president of brand and marketing, Paul Unerkov.
“This vehicle is the perfect combination of solid off-road power, sleek on-road pleasure, safety, functionality and style,” he said.
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