Written on: 07/06/2013 by Jokadirbaks (1 review written)
Good day everybody! For years I wanted to own this vehicle. Can't afford a new one. So just this week I could buy this car with reliable 76000 km., and a 7 seater since our son and his family(2 grandchildren)moved with us. I am very curious to learn experiences with this car, especially the fuel consumption and trouble shooters. Thanks, best regards, Jo… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2011
In my country, for some reason, still in 2011 they continue to buil the second generation of pajero. Mine it´s a nice, simple, old school reliable car that you can not buy now days. Forget about electronics, this 4x4 has everything all an enthusiast needs: power, confort, superb off road driving and heart. It's not what I call fuel efficiency experience, but when you drive it, you just forget abouta that… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/11/2010
Overall reasonable 4x4, goes well off road. on road top heavy & always have to correct steering to compensate. Have maintained engine well, however blew both head gaskets due to sludge forming in radiator & blocking channels.
This time head gaskets have gone again due to a top water pipe between heads.
this blew ,engine was switched of straight away but still blew gaskets.
Motors prone to blowing gaskets at the smallest of water loss.
Would not buy another, even though i cant fault other… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/09/2009 by tonytiger9 (1 review written)
I love my mitsubishi pajero i can not swap no matter what. Had a freelander just @8000 mls on it gave me a hell lot of problems by head cylinder went in 2 months skimmed for £600.00.In a month it had gone again went and buy another engine i gave up with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/11/2008 by Kebonang Ricky (1 review written)
I own 1995 model Pajero 3000 V6 one, I don't know what to say its superb and very good comfort...
Generally the car is very very good and reliable, perfect 4X4… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/06/2006 by BIGNTALL (2 reviews written)
Hey now that I've had this Mitsubishi Pajero for 6 months approx and taken it out into the desert I must say it never fails to impress. Takes on the dunes with ease, an extremely comfortable family 4x4, no engine or transmission hang ups,moves effortlessly on any terrain. Good mileage, great looks, wouldn't trade it in for anything. An awesome vehicle, looking foward to the 2007 model… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/02/2006 by BIGNTALL (2 reviews written)
I own a 2006 Pajero, fantastic vehicle though not responsive as a 2 litre Honda at the signal. It does ferry a family comfortably from A to B. It is sturdy and stylish with an average audio system and twin zone airconditioning. Not exactly a serious off-roader for dune bashing. The Pajero is an ideal family 4 x 4 for trips to the beach, the odd camping trip and long distances. Mileage is good with around 650kms to the tank. Get one you wont regret it… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/09/2004 by paulcamsey (2 reviews written)
The Mitsubishi Pajero 3000 V6 is the best all rounder as far as 4x4's go in my humble opinion. Excellent build quality and robust engines. Buy one with a history as repairs can be expensive… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2003 by Capt. Dapo Olumide. (1 review written)
I have been driving 4x4's all my working life. Started off with the Landcruiser (I've owned the last three models, including the LX470). Last year I moved on to the Range Rover 4.0 - what a bloody disaster. There should be a law preventing people who have owned or driven a Japanese 4x4 from buying a Range Rover. It was full of gadgets and electronics, but never worked for more than a week without one problem or the other. I decided to go back to my roots and try a Pajero 3.0V6. What joy, the… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2002 by Marcus. (1 review written)
What can I say about the V6 Mitsubishi 3000 Pajero. Stunning rugged looks and build quality to go with it. Superb V6 power with the noise to match! It's got a unique styling that your average family saloon doesn't have so people think you've got money even if you haven't!!!. It's a real car, not just a 4 X 4 and it's a real 4 X 4 not just a toy (ref: frontera). Also the standard interior equipment is superb. Seats look a little bland but are hard wearing and have adjustable side and lumber… Read Full Review
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