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Written on: 27/11/2012
bought pajero 4 months ago its limited edition 1996 and only 51000 miles on clock interior is like new body work brill a few ver minor scatches on plastic door panels,have used it off road and its performed great,only thing i can say against it is mpg the 2.8 would pull a house down gears arte smooth,you the auto has overdrive so you can motor along on motorways but you have to drive it carefully to keep fuel consumption down,i look at is you cant have everything the vehicle is 16 years… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2012
Owned a 95 2.8td swb, over 8 years it never let me down, lots on sand work, river crossings and towing loads of fire wood. Upgraded to a 96 Toyota surf and have been sorely dissapointed ever since, as well as been hit in the pocket! Best value for money 4wd… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/04/2009
1996 Mitsubishi Pajero 2.8 intercooled td, ex-UK imported to kenya 1997, 130,000 miles on the clock, original engine, service every 3200 miles. Am not the slowest driver and being sure of the suspension, i cruise. Now front disks need to be rephased. Engine abit leaky but this car has done everything i wanted it to do and is still intact. Economy ~9.5 -11 Km whether in Maasai mara or Tsavo or Shimba Hills. I've done it all and i will never complain. Give me another pajero (newer) and i will not… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/06/2008
Mitsubishi Pajero is the best off-roader I've ever driven, it is so good that my "weak" 2.8D has beaten up my friends' Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.2 and Suzuki Vitara (on the rough terrain). I've also beaten Land Rover Defender and Lada Niva.
NOT TO MENTION THE STRONGEST ENGINE 3.5 V6 24V.
It's very reliable, and even the fuel consumption isn't bad at all
(7.5l, open road). The most important of all, this car definitely serves its purpose… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/11/2007 by theshooter (16 reviews written)
Mine is actually 17years old, so is the 2.5. i bought it from a dealer, and haggled him down from 1400 TO 1000. not bad, rock solid,no rust, no smoke,always reliable,even got aircon and cd the heater warms up in 2 minutes. Great off road, best to get an auto. I've owned a rangerover, and a discovery, everything went wrong, autoboxs failed, overated status symbol. h reg 90 would of cost over 3k,and is out of the ark,and as strong as a cardboard box. so I rate my pajero highly, I also have… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2007 by dmills133 (10 reviews written)
If you want a vehicle to out-gun all the similar Army off road vehicles then buck for buck the 2.8 T/D Mitsubishi Pajero is it. Cheap to buy - £3000 will get you a reliable, comfortable, vehicle with air condition for both front and rear passengers. The torque converter on the box is a drivers dream. It will pull up a damp muddy slope at 40 degrees at 3mph without wheel spin, go though deep muddy sediment where similar army vehicles will just cut though to ground level and bottom out whereas… Read Full Review
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