- 2023 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Price and Features
- GLS and above receive tire pressure monitoring, new colors.
- price increase; Prices are now from $44,940 before on-road costs.
Updated 2023 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Detailed for Australia.
After a more extensive update for model-year 2022, which saw the addition of new two-wheel-drive variants and the blacked-out flagship GSR, Mitsubishi’s largest SUV gets a minor specification jolt for 2023. Is.
Prices go up with that, with the entry-level GLX starting at $500, while the GLS, GLS Deluxe, Exceed and GSR go up by $1000.
Tire pressure monitoring is the only specification change for GLS variants and above, which includes two new exterior finishes: Impulse Blue for the GSR and above, and Terra Rosa Red with a black roof for the GSR. .
Production will begin in February, with first deliveries expected in April.
As of the end of November, 8194 examples of the Pajero Sport had been registered in Australia in 2022, putting it behind the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado (20,132), Isuzu MU-X (10,043) and Ford Everest (9388) body-on-frame. . SUVs
2023 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Pricing
Prices exclude on-road costs.
|GLX 4×2 five seats||$44,940||Up to $500|
|GLX 4×4 five seats||$49,940||Up to $500|
|GLS 4×2 seven seats||$50,190||Up to $1000|
|GLS 4×4 seven seats||$55,190||Up to $1000|
|GLS Deluxe 4×4 seven seats||$57,440||Up to $1000|
|4×4 exceed seven seats.||$60,690||Up to $1000|
|GSR 4×4 Seven Seats||$62,440||Up to $1000|
2023 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Features
|18 inch alloy wheels||Keyless entry and push-button start|
|Five seats.||LED headlights, taillights and daytime running lamps|
|With 8-inch infotainment system||Fabric upholstery|
|Wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto||Driver’s seat lumbar adjustment|
|AM/FM/DAB+ radio||Rear parking sensor|
|Four speaker audio system||Single zone climate control.|
|Front and rear USB ports|
|Except for the GLX:|
|Tire Pressure Monitoring (New)||Power tailgate|
|18-inch alloy wheels (machined finish)||Six speaker audio system|
|Seven seats.||Rear storage box|
|Integrated satellite navigation||Automatic headlights|
|Electrochromatic rearview mirror||Rain-sensing wipers|
|Rear spoiler||Dual zone climate control.|
|Other than GLS:|
|Leather appointed seats.||360 degree camera system.|
|Power driver and front passenger seat adjustments|
|In addition to the GLS Deluxe:|
|8-inch digital instrument cluster with speed limit display||Front parking sensor|
|Heated front seats.||Blind spot warning|
|Eight premium speakers||Rear cross traffic alert|
|Remote smartphone app functionality||Lane departure warning.|
|Ultrasonic false acceleration mitigation system|
|In addition to exceeding the limit:|
|18-inch black alloy wheels||Black headlight garnish|
|Black rear spoiler||Two Tone Roof (Black)|
|Black front bumper garnish||Black ‘Pajero Sport’ bonnet badge|
|Black rear bumper garnish||GSR Tailgate Beijing.|
|White (GLX, GLS, Exceed)||Terra Rossa Red (GLX, GLS, Exceed, GSR)|
|Sterling Silver (GLX, GLS, Exceed)||Graphite Gray (GLX, GLS, Exceed)|
|Impulse Blue (GLS, Extreme)||White Diamond (GLS, Exceed, GSR).|
|Black Metallic (GLS, Exceed, GSR)|
Metallic paint carries a $740 premium. Black metallic is standard on the GSR; It costs $200 to choose between Diamond White or Terra Rossa Red with a two-tone black roof.
Engine, drivetrain, and fuel economy
Under the bonnet, the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport is powered by a 2.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine. It produces 133kW and 430Nm, and is mated to an eight-speed torque converter automatic transmission.
Its maximum braking capacity is 3.0 tonnes on 4x2s and 3.1 tonnes on 4x4s.
Four-wheel drive models add Mitsubishi’s Super Select II system with selectable off-road modes with paddle shifters and hill descent control.
A rear differential is also standard on four-wheel-drive GLS, Exceed and GSR grades, but is not available on the GLX 4×4.
2023 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Fuel Economy
|2.4 liter diesel 2WD||8.0L/100km||212 g/km|
|2.4 liter diesel 4WD||8.0L/100km||212 g/km|
All variants have a 68 liter fuel tank.
The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport was awarded a five-star ANCAP safety rating from 2015, based on tests carried out on the corresponding Triton ute.
This five-star rating will be removed on 31 December 2022, with a newly introduced six-year timestamp affecting its less stringent 2015 credentials.
Current models will retain this classification, but will appear under the ‘Previous Models’ section on the ANCAP website.
Seven airbags (dual front, side and curtain, and driver’s knee) are fitted as standard.
All variants include the following active safety equipment as standard:
|Autonomous Emergency Brake (Vehicle)||Emergency stop signal|
|Adaptive cruise control||Emergency brake assist|
|Electronic stability control||Hill Start Assist.|
|Anti-lock braking system|
GLS variants add rain-sensing wipers, while blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert and lane departure warning are exclusive to the flagship Exceed and GSR.
The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has a wheelbase of 2800 mm, and measures 4825 mm in length, 1815 mm in width and 1835 mm in height.
2023 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Boat Space
The five-seat Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLX has a 673-litre boot.
With the rear seats folded, the seven-seat Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has a 502 liter boot space.
Folding the second row increases luggage capacity from 1488 liters (7-seat) to 1624 liters (5-seat), while there is 131L of storage with the third row.
Warranty and Servicing
Like the wider Mitsubishi range, the Pajero Sport is covered by the marque’s 10/10 Diamond Advantage coverage with a 10-year/200,000km warranty and 10-year capped-price servicing.
If the vehicle is serviced outside the Mitsubishi dealer network, the program reverts to the standard five-year/100,000km warranty.
A free 12-month Roadside Assist program is available, with the service extendable for up to four years – provided the vehicle is serviced by a Mitsubishi dealership.
gave 2023 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport It will arrive in Australian showrooms in April.