The Australians adore their Monteros (Pajero, as they call it) and they are going to love it even more with the launch of the special upgraded model.
Reverse camera and front fog lamps are the additions on the safety front on the Pajero Platinum. They will help inexperienced drivers find their way through congestion and ill lit areas. Other safety features adopted from the top of the line model include ABS, EBD, airbags etc.
The style quotient of the new model is nothing short of A class. With body colored door mirrors, integrated side steps with front mudguards, rear deflector, and Platinum Edition signature badging and carpet mats, this is what one calls a "fully loaded Pajero/Montero."
The special edition Pajero Platinum has useful devices like Mitsubishi’s Multi Communication System (MMCS) incorporating satellite navigation, and Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity facility.
The Pajero Platinum comes with a choice of a 3.8L petrol engine with manual or automatic transmission, or a 3.2L diesel with manual or automatic transmission.
CLOVELLY PARK, UNITED KINGDOM – September 28, 2009: Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited (MMAL) has announced the release of a special action model of its legendary Pajero four-wheel drive; the Pajero Platinum Edition; which features an array of safety, function, and style-enhancing upgrades.
Based on the GLX model, the Pajero Platinum Edition offers first-class occupant and driver safety. In addition to Pajero’s high level of standard safety equipment including RISE body protection, ABS braking system with BA and EBD, electronic stability control and driver and passenger SRS airbags, the Pajero Plantinum Edition adds a reversing camera and front fog lamps.
The Pajero Platinum Edition is now more stylish than ever, with features such as body coloured door mirrors, integrated side steps with front mudguards, a sporty rear deflector, and Platinum Edition signature badging and carpet mats.
Also included in the special edition Pajero Platinum is Mitsubishi’s Multi Communication System (MMCS) incorporating satellite navigation, and Bluetooth mobile phone technology for increased functionality.
The Pajero Platinum comes with a choice of a 3.8L petrol engine with manual or automatic transmission, or a 3.2L diesel with manual or automatic transmission. MMAL Vice President of Brand and Marketing, Paul Unerkov, is excited to introduce this Platinum edition of the legendary Pajero.
“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. This vehicle is the perfect combination of solid off-road power, sleek on-road pleasure, safety, functionality and style,” said Mr Unerkov.
The Pajero Platinum is covered by Mitsubishi’s 10 year / 160,000 km non-transferrable drive-train warranty, five year / 130,000 km new vehicle warranty, and will be available form October at over 200 Mitsubishi dealerships around Australia.