Pajero will be the first to be launched which as mentioned is different from the SUV which shares the same name. That was based on the Triton pick-up vehicle which is smaller than the standard Pajero which will be imported directly from Japan. Of course, while the Pajero Sport is more about luxury and comfort, this one is all about toughness and muscles.

You would have recalled the Pajero being quite a large vehicle back then where it was all boxy and looked real aggressive. That of course had not changed much with the fourth generation version that will be introduces onto our roads. It comes with the ‘wildcat’ front and definitely better looking interiors this time around from its previous no-nonsense straight to the point knobs and controls.

This new Pajero is expected to be sold for about RM300,000 where the exact specifications have yet to be released. The first Pajero was launched back in 1982 and since then it has gone on to 170 markets and has more than 2.5 million units. Before this, the Pajero was very popular particularly around the 80s and 90s era and then they just sort of ‘disappeared’ apart from the enthusiasts who would have directly imported their own units.

There will be two options when it comes to the engines where it comes with either the 3.8-litre V6 petrol and a 3.0-litre V6 version respectively where the latter will be the one to be brought into Malaysia while the former will follow suit later. As this is quite a big car, you can expect it to come with an abundance of storage space amidst its good performance power train. It comes with the Super Select 4WD II which is a four-wheel driveline that was made popular from the previous version.

 

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