Mitsubishi Motors South Africa will be introducing its highly acclaimed all-new Pajero Sport in September 2017.
Mitsubishi claims it offers refined driving dynamics thanks to an array of cutting-edge technological enhancements, including a state-of-the-art eight-speed automatic transmission.
The addition of various new driver and passenger luxuries and comforts should make it an everyday pleasure to drive – be that tight city corners, maddening highways or any other dirt or off-road surface anywhere in the countryside.
Inside, the cabin of the new Pajero Sport has been designed to be ergonomically pleasing with high quality soft-touch materials creating an extremely refined environment similar to that of a luxury passenger car.
Although the upgraded suspension is designed to cope with the harshest of terrains, Mitsubishi’s engineers have ensured that the ultimate ride quality of their new-generation sport utility is equally car-like, luxurious and quiet. By doing so, the new Pajero Sport will inspire confidence across any terrain.
The Pajero Sport is easy to live with on a daily basis, thanks to a substantial level of standard specification, a luxurious and spacious interior, comfortable leather seats, an exceptionally smooth eight-speed automatic transmission which will be standard across the range, as well as a host of safety features and systems that have resulted in it being awarded a five-star safety rating by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP).
The line-up offered in South Africa will consist of only high-specification 4×2 and 4×4 derivatives, all mated to the all-new refined eight-speed automatic gearbox (including transfer gearing with low range for the four-wheel drive derivative).
“Mitsubishi is confident that the all-new Pajero Sport will fit in nicely with its existing product line-up and customer base, while luring new lifestyle customers with its sophisticated car-like driving dynamics, luxurious comfort and elegant style as well as its admirable off-road reputation,” adds Campbell.
“Pricing and specification details will be released at the Pajero Sport’s launch in September, but for now we can reveal that it will be competitively priced within its segment.”