Mitsubishi Australia has marked the end of the road for the iconic Pajero off-roader with the release of an aptly named and limited Final Edition.
Just 800 examples of the Final Edition are up for grabs, with three grades available: entry-level GLX, mid-range GLS and flagship Exceed.
Commanding a $500 premium over their regular counterparts, the Final Edition variants of the GLX, GLS and Exceed are priced from $54,990, $60,490 and $63,490 plus on-road costs respectively.
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To justify the extra spend, the Final Edition features a tinted bonnet protector, carpet floor mats, a cargo liner, a protective boot flap and a branded leather-bound compendium as well as obligatory ‘Final Edition’ badging.
Standard equipment otherwise carries over, with the GLX featuring 17-inch alloy wheels, a 7.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, a six-speaker sound system, climate control, high-beam assist and a reversing camera.
The GLS adds dusk-sensing lights, rain-sensing wipers, 18-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, a 12-speaker sound system, heated front seats, leather-accented upholstery and rear parking sensors, while the Exceed also gets a sunroof and leather upholstery.
As per the rest of the seven-seat Pajero range, the Final Edition is powered by a 141kW/441Nm 3.2-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine, which is mated to a five-speed torque-converter automatic transmission.
Of course, Mitsubishi’s Super-Select II four-wheel-drive system is also included in the Final Edition alongside a low-range transfer case and a rear differential lock.
As reported, Pajero production ended in March, with a replacement for the Toyota LandCruiser and Nissan Patrol rival not planned due to shifting buyer preferences.
2021 Mitsubishi Pajero Final Edition pricing before on-road costs