Mitsubishi Pajero Platinum Edition, Ready for Australia

Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi announced the introduction of a "special action version" of the Pajero 4x4, dubbed Platinum. The 550 unit special edition comes with a comprehensive package of safety, function, and style-enhancing upgrades.

The Platinum is based GLX Pajero model and adds complementary safety systems such as RISE body protection, ABS braking system with BA and EBD, electronic stability control, driver and passenger SRS airbags, as well as a reverse camera and fog lights.

Although no modifications have been made to the body of the Pajero, the Platinum edition brings several enhancements, including body colored door mirrors, integrated side steps with front mudguards, a sporty rear deflector, and Platinum Edition signature badging and carpet mats.

With less than 550 units of this premium vehicle released, we are sure to see a rush of four-wheel drive enthusiasts trying to get their hands on this brilliant deal. This vehicle is the perfect combination of solid off-road power, sleek on-road pleasure, safety, functionality and style,” Paul Unerkov, Mitsubishi Motors Australia said when announcing the release.

The special edition will be available with two engine choices, namely the 3.8l petrol engine, paired with either manual or automatic transmission and the 3.2l diesel unit, with the same transmission choices.

The new special edition will be available at some 200 Mitsubishi dealers across Australia starting October. No prices have been yet announced.

The Platinum edition is subject to the manufacturer's 10 year/160,000 km non-transferrable drive-train warranty and five year/130,000 km new vehicle warranty.
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