Because of the updates which, as mentioned are now standard, its RM 161,531 would most likely be justified. This is where you will question if the additions are well worth it but with the nice looking double-DIN LCD touch screen which projects the reverse camera included, it pretty much would. The GS also comes standard with a nice rear spoiler, a roof rail, auto climate control system as well as cruise control. In terms of body colours, you can choose between any of the four which are White Pearl, Dark Blue Mica, Eisen Gray Mica and Platinum Beige Metallic.

Under the hood, you will get the 2.5 liter, 16 valve inline 4 intercooled turbocharged DOHC diesel engine paired with Mitsubishi’s own INVECS II, 4 speed automatic transmission gearbox. This will get you up to 134 horsepower and 314 NM of torque. The new updated version also comes with a 2 years or 40,000kilometers warranty which include a free maintenance programme.

As with most SUVs, the Pajero Sport is built using a ladder frame where it is able to carry more load and is stronger in all types of conditions. Its strong and light body means that it can be quite a robust vehicle in that it would have stronger resistance when accidents occur. Its collapsible steering column comes standard as safety features include pretensioner seat belts, side door impact bars, ABS and EBD as well as dual SRS airbags.

Typically a 7 seater SUV means that you can be sure that it will sit 7 passengers comfortably but ultimately it is the fact that despite having 7 adult passengers in the car, the Pajero is known to still perform at its best. Mr Tetsuya Oda, the Chief Executive of MMM, since its launch in June, the GS has become quite a crowd favourite. The fact that they sold more than 1000 units since then proves that. Hence, with the new model in place, MMM is targeting to roll out 2,000 units of their new version.