The new Pajero Sport is an updated version of the series' third-generation model launched in 2015.
Mitsubishi has launched the refreshed Pajero Sport midsize SUV in Indonesia, building on the vehicle’s reputation of topnotch off-road capability, reliability and durability.
The latest model gets some styling tweaks on the exterior, a high-quality interior, as well as newly adopted features such as 8-inch colour LCD meter and power tailgate that allows users to open and close the tailgate with a smartphone.
The new Pajero Sport is an updated version of the series' third-generation model which was launched in 2015. Cumulative global sales volume of the third-generation model has reached 348,000 units as of January 2021, with cumulative sales of approximately 89,000 units in Indonesia. The new Pajero Sport will be built in Mitsubishi Motors Krama Yudha Indonesia's facility in Bekasi, Indonesia.
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