The Japanese legend spans its career for over 24 years, period in which over 2.5 million copies have wandered the roads of 170 countries. Winner of numerous editions of Paris-Dakar, Mitsubishi takes care that a lot of its experience to be reflected in the new model, making the media bring maximum benefit to the endurance competition. As before, the adaptability of the model in terms of relief is highlighted, even the name has changed depending on the country it is sold. Thus, the Pajero is called Montero if its sold in Spain, for the UK is available with the name of Shogun. The new model is available, as the previous generation, in two body versions: three and five doors, in case that it is equipped with seven places.
The exterior design of the new model is slightly changed from the third generation, so that it can be easily confused with a simple facelift. Fortunately, the changes are many and start from the modified bumper and headlights, continues with a new form and ends with a new spare wheel holder. It was lowered for better stability, including changes to the optical block for driving in foggy weather. Side mirrors now have bright spot for better visibility around the door. The new model can be ordered with a body painted in two colors, adding a touch of originality in the SUV’s world presented on the European market.