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Mitsubishi, which has announced that it will also withdraw from European markets, will now consider the Triton-based Pajero Sport as its off-roader.

The Pajero received an update for Australia for 2020, with an optimized 2020 lineup now including the base GLX at $ 53,990 and the top-of-the-line GLS at $ 59,490, the latter featuring a premium Rockford audio system. 12 speaker Fosgate.

Other changes as part of this update include the addition of an automatic high beam feature, HID headlamps with automatic leveling and headlamp washers standard on the GLX.

It sells less than half the total of its smaller stable companion, the Pajero Sport, but almost beats the much more modern Ford Everest.

The Japanese automaker is not a a hurry to see the Pajero disappear from local showrooms; Actually, the company is gaining a lot here with its fleet of older cars that include the hot ASX and Outlander SUVs.

A Mitsubishi spokesperson stated that the Pajero enjoyed good popularity in Australia.

“We comprehend that the plant will go on to manufacture cars until the end of the Japanese fiscal year and we will continue to vendor the Pajero as long as people have the demand,” the spokesperson said.

The brand celebrates its 40th anniversary in Australia in October and  from the beginning, the Pajero has been a crucial part of the company's fleet in one form or another.

The Pajero offered sayonara to its local market through a Final Edition model, which was limited to 700 units. The spokesperson did not question whether a similar final edition would be offered locally.

The current Pajero can trace its lineage back to 2000, with the last major update dating back to 2006.

While a plan was proposed as early as 2016 for a new Pajero to partner with the Nissan Patrol, it evaporated in the face of declining sales for brands and large 4x4s in general, such as regulations. in terms of safety and emissions get heavier.

The current platform of the Pajero, for example, does not support the addition of elements like AEB and adaptive cruise control, for example, while mild hybrid systems, as in the Outlander PHEV brand: it must also be considered in the platform plans futures.

In addition, ongoing unrest within the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi Alliance has brought a number of platform swapping projects to an end.


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