What better place to test the ‘Sand’ driving mode in the Pajero Sport than the Stockton Sand Dunes? Practical Motoring’s Paul Murrell took the Pajero Sport for a spin at Newcastle’s playground and found it’s another step forward for Mitsubishi.
The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport is set to become the 4x4 SUV of choice for even more families with the addition of seven seats to the 2016 range.
Two Mitsubishi models have been identified as the most economical cars to own and operate in their class according to latest, comprehensive car running costs study carried out by motoring clubs RAA (SA), RACT (Tasmania), RAC (WA), RACV (Victoria) and RACQ (Queensland).
The Mitsubishi Outlander’s roomy interior gives your family generous head and legroom as well as plenty of in-cabin storage space including a handy 12V socket in the rear cargo area. Built for busy hands, with a touch of the Outlander Exceed’s Smart Key*, the power tailgate* automatically opens and closes, making school pick-up and shopping trips even easier.
Most SUV buyers happily trade a slightly less dynamic drive for a high driving position, easy entry and good visibility but the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is getting set to change all that with the kind of ride and handling that should have our Lancer customers excited.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Stand Out SUV Performance 7 all-new Mitsubishi features:
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