The updated Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has been revealed ahead of an Australian arrival in early 2020.
According to Mitsubishi, the Pajero Sport’s mid-life update brings “a more refined, powerful appearance, complemented with a refreshed interior that delivers quality and comfort.”
Changes to the exterior include a new grille, tweaked headlights and fog-lights, fresh bumpers, revised LED tail-lights, a roof-mounted rear spoiler and new alloy wheels.
On the inside, there’s an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. A fully-digital instrument cluster is available, most likely in higher trim levels.
Other changes to the cabin include a revised centre console, more soft padded surfaces, and an AC power outlet next to the existing USB port in the rear.
The storage tray that sits under the floor console is now accessible from the left and right sides of the car. There’s also a powered tailgate with a hands-free feature.
Technophiles can use the Mitsubishi Remote Control via a smartphone app, it will notify drivers to lock the doors if the vehicle has been left unlocked, along with opening or closing the tailgate automatically when approaching or leaving the car.
Safety has been improved by the addition of lane change assist and rear cross-traffic alert.
The 2.4-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel producing 133kW and 430Nm has been carried over. An eight-speed automatic transmission sends drive to all four wheels through Mitsubishi’s Super-Select 4WD-II system.
The updated Pajero Sport is scheduled to reach Australian showrooms early next year, specifications and pricing will be confirmed closer to the launch date.
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