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2019 Mitsubishi Pajero Pricing and Specs

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2019 Mitsubishi Pajero

The Mitsubishi Pajero 2019 prices range from $37,880 for the basic trim level SUV Pajero GLX LWB (4X4) 7 Seat to $59,990 for the top of the range SUV Pajero GLS (4X4) 7 Seat (leather).

The Mitsubishi Pajero 2019 is available in Diesel.

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$45,997

Based on 260 cars listed for sale in the last 6 months

Lowest Price

$37,880

Highest Price

$59,990

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2019 Mitsubishi Pajero

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Mitsubishi Pajero Models SPECS PRICE
Exceed LWB (4X4) 7 Seat 3.2LDiesel5 speed automatic $47,300 – 59,840
GLS (4X4) 7 Seat 3.2LDiesel5 speed automatic $42,600 – 54,450
GLS (4X4) 7 Seat (leather) 3.2LDiesel5 speed automatic $43,800 – 55,330
GLS LWB (4X4) 7 Seat 3.2LDiesel5 speed automatic $41,900 – 53,570
GLX (4X4) 7 Seat 3.2LDiesel5 speed automatic $38,700 – 49,500
GLX LWB (4X4) 7 Seat 3.2LDiesel5 speed automatic $37,800 – 48,950
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Mitsubishi Pajero 2019 FAQs

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  • What is causing my 2014 Mitsubishi Pajero to blow black smoke, jolt through gears and only go 60km/h?

    The Mitsubishi Pajero is actually regarded as a very reliable vehicle, so your experience is not typical. There are several potential causes for this, but the thing I’d check first would be the air filter. Is it possible this was overlooked during the recent service? A blocked or dirty air filter will certainly make an engine blow smoke and operate poorly.

    I’m assuming your vehicle is a diesel, so it would be worth checking the suction-control valve on the back of the fuel pump, too. Also, a stuck injector that is pouring fuel into the engine can also potentially create these symptoms. I’ve also heard of the Pajero diesel suffering from a build-up of black gunk inside the intake system that can also cause symptoms like the ones you’ve described.

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  • Should we replace our Holden Commodore with a Subaru Outback?

    A car with a little extra ground clearance is great for camping as it often allows you to get a little farther away from the masses in their caravans who tend to huddle around the shower block at bush campsites.

    The Subaru Outback is a good, solid choice and if you can find an independent workshop to service it, you’ll avoid the cost of dealership prices. And you’re right, the all-wheel-drive would be great for gravel roads. Another vehicle to look at would be a late-model Ford territory diesel which is big and clever inside and has the option of all-wheel-drive. The diesel engine is a plus on the bush where that fuel is more readily available (in really remote areas) and gives you more range for big holidays in the mulga.

    Don’t rule out things like the Mitsubishi Pajero, either, which won’t be as around-town friendly, but is a proven quantity and is absolutely tremendous off-road. The same goes for a Toyota Prado or Nissan Pathfinder prior to the current model (which is a bit less hard-core adventure).

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  • Mitsubishi Pajero 2002: Is 324,000kms too many?

    Engines are amazing things, Renee. Neglected, they can fall to bits in a surprisingly short space of time. But treat them properly with the correct preventative maintenance and you’d be surprised how far they’ll go before they wear out.

    What you haven’t told me is whether your vehicle is diesel or petrol powered. That said, both the diesel and petrol engines fitted to this model Pajero are well regarded in the trade and capable of going the distance if, as you claim, the servicing has been by the book. Over the distance you’ve quoted, I’d expect the diesel to have needed possibly a new turbocharger and definitely new fuel-injectors, while the petrol V6 can cover this distance without any major work.

    But while the engine might, indeed, have lots of life left in it, what about all the other components? The brake rotors, shock absorbers, transmission and many other intrinsic parts of the vehicle wear out, too. So, just because the engine is fit and healthy, doesn’t mean the rest of the car will be so tip-top and ready for another 300,000km.

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