All-New 2015 Mitsubishi Pajero

Mitsubishi has upgraded its Pajero range, which was introduced in Japan earlier in the year 2015, which is now on sale across the Australian dealerships. All-new revived Mitsubishi Pajero has arrived in its 9th year on the International platform with upgraded features and several price reductions.

New Mitsubishi Pajero Range

Mitsubishi Pajero’s Australian range has also been reduced from the previous 6 to the current 4 variants, with the new GLS smart grade substituting the mid-level models GLX-R and VR-X respectively.

Mitsubishi PajeroWhat’s in 2015 upgraded Pajero is what everyone wants to know about.

    1. First and foremost, the styling upgrade made to the 2015 range includes the revitalised grille design that stretches into the bumper, bordered by a bold chrome casing.
    2. In all Pajero variants – the cabin has been upgraded with a revived centre panel and chrome air-conditioning dials, a folding key is now standard as well as a new front bumper and new spare wheel cover design.


Seating Capacity: What’s interesting is the fact that all the models get a 7-seat layout as standard, which was previously restricted to GLX-R, VR-X and Exceed variants.

Engine: All the models are powered by the sophisticated 3.2 litre Common Rail Direct Injection Diesel (DiD) engine, which provides amazing control rendering a 147kW of power and 441Nm of torque allowing you to drive it where your heart longs to go, swiftly, gently and with the utmost comfort. With 2015 Mitsubishi Pajero, you can expect a quick to respond, a dependable engine that has adequate power and might to take on the roughest Australian terrain with the greatest ease.

Fuel Economy: It provides a fuel economy of 8.5* litres per 100 kilometres in manual models and 9.0* litres per 100 kilometres for the automatic models (*ADR 81/02 litres per 100 km).

Towing Capability: All the Pajero models have been rated to possess braked towing capability of 3000kg and unbraked towing capability of 750kg. The highest towball down load rating is measured at 180kg, although this rises to 250kg if the towed weight is lower than 2500kg or lower.

Warranty: The all-new 2015 Pajero range comes with a 5 year/100,000 kilometres warranty (whichever comes first) for the new vehicle purchase.

Storage Capacity: As per the model selected, the rear storage capacity differs – with the 3rd row folded; the storage capacity is measured between 1050 litres and 1081 litres, which increase to between 1758 litres and 1789 litres with 3rd and 2nd rows folded.

Pricing: The GLX is the entry-level Pajero model that retains its pricing at $50,990 and $53,990 for its manual and automatic variants respectively. The GLS model takes over the pricing of the outgoing GLX-R model, which is $58,990. The GLS also substitutes the VR-X model priced at $63,990, which again makes Exceed the high-end Pajero model, which is now priced over at $65,990, a massive discount of $8000 its 2014 price tag.

Concluding Words:

The most recent update in the Mitsubishi Pajero range has brought in more features, a new model (GLS) and price reductions for the higher end models.

Mitsubishi is planning for an all-new replacement for the Pajero in the year 2017. Till then, you have the all-new 2015 Pajero range available across Aussie dealerships.

Pricing (On-road costs extra)

    • Mitsubishi Pajero GLX Manual – $50,990
    • Mitsubishi Pajero GLX Auto – $53,990
    • Mitsubishi Pajero GLS Auto – $58,990
    • Mitsubishi Exceed Auto – $65,990
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