Following through to a youthful teaser and last week’s leak, Mitsubishi has officially unveiled the 2020 Pajero Sport. It’s set to go on sale around australia early next year.
As hinted, the 2020 Pajero Sport wears the new-look front-end that debuted using the latest Triton ute. It is made up of chunkier set of ‘cheekbones’ with new light clusters protruding on the corners, and bolstered wheel arches rendering it look wider plus more commanding.
Inside, Mitsubishi features a new “easy-to-read” 8.0-inch touch-screen media interface, referred to as a Smartphone-Link Display Audio (SDA) system. This is often combined with a completely digital instrument cluster to assist lift the heavy-duty SUV to more modern standards.
Also new may be a Mitsubishi Good remote control system that syncs when using the user’s smartphone, essentially providing handheld control for a few of your functions, which include remote unlocking and locking from the doors.
A power tailgate has been added and it may be opened via gesture control, by waving your foot beneath back of your vehicle. Users could also operate the tailgate remotely via the new connected app on the smartphone, or just operate the button in a very conventional manner.
There’s and a revised centre console, fresh soft-touch materials like for that interior door handles, although the decor is enhanced use a high quality look and feel. Some additional power/charging outlets were included with the back of the centre console for rear passengers too, including USB and AC power.
Under the bonnet could be the 2.4-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine, carried over within the outgoing model. Final output figures haven’t been confirmed, but we assume it makes exactly the same 133kW and 430Nm. These figures can also be matched while using the new Triton.
Unlike the Triton, which utilizes a six-speed auto, the 2020 Pajero Sport carries in the eight-speed automatic option within the outgoing Pajero Sport. After that power is shipped to Mitsubishi’s renowned Super Select 4WD II system, with locking differentials to your top model.
Mitsubishi Australia says it is actually looking to welcome the fresh model during early 2020, although production has commenced in Thailand and it’s you can buy to order in the market.