2010 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport | new car review

Posted on Jul 25, 2010 by







First off, the Pajero Sport should not be confused with the Pajero. Despite the shared name, the Sport is a separate entity, and not a regular Pajero with a dash more adrenaline.

No, the Pajero Sport is more of a pick-up truck adapted for seven passengers, based as it is on the L200. Globally, this car is seen as a replacement for the Nativa, but the Nativa remains on sale in the Middle East alongside its new sibling.

The Pajero Sport is designed to offer a no-nonsense way of carrying up to seven people on or , with a few luxuries thrown in to make things more comfortable. It fits in between the Outlander and the Pajero in the line up.

The Pajero Sport is powered by a 3.5-litre V6 developing a rather lowly 184bhp, a figire saved only by the more reasonable 303Nm or torque. The engine is attached to a four-speed automatic transmission and a part-time four-wheel drive system.

Three trim levels are available. The entry-level Low/Line trim features chrome door handles and a leather wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, a CD player with the all-important AUX socket for MP3 players and manual air conditioning, as well as dual front airbags and keyless entry. It rides on 17-inch wheels.

The Medium/Line trim level adds front fog lamps and rear parking sensors, as well as roof rails, while inside there’s wood-grain panelling, an uprated stereo and automatic air con. Safety-wise, the Medium/Line gains ABS with electronic brakeforce distribution, and is also fitted with cruise control.

The top level High/Line trim adds leather seats, sunroof and an uprated air con system while also adding a rear differential lock for enhanced off-roadability.

4 Responses to 2010 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport | new car review

  1. nazila azadmanesh Reply

    August 18, 2014 at 11:59 am

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am inquiry of 2010 Pajero shock absorber.

    please send your quotation for me.


    • Zaran Tarapore

      Zaran Tarapore Reply

      August 18, 2014 at 2:10 pm

      Hi Nazila,

      We regret to inform you that we do not sell any spare parts, but merely review vehicles.



    • Zaran Tarapore

      Zaran Tarapore Reply

      August 18, 2014 at 2:12 pm

      Hi Nazila,

      I regret to inform you that we do not sell any spare parts for vehicles, but merely review them.



  2. Arnold Sebrio Ponce Reply

    September 21, 2010 at 1:36 pm

    There are instances that I forget the actual location where my car was parked. Some car models way of finding where the car is parked is pressing the remote door key and short beeps from the car should be heard. 

    I just bought a 2010 Pajero Support Full Option 2 weeks ago and I wasnt able to ask this to the salesman.   How will activate this feature since I sometimes forget where I left the car? Can you help me please.


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