2021 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport - interior Exterior and Drive

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Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 2020 Review
Is the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLX the large 4x4 SUV of your budget-conscious dreams

Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLX

The 2020 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLX is the entry-level offering in a three-model large 4x4 SUV range. With just one engine and transmission on offer, all you have to choose is trim level (GLX, GLS or Exceed) and five or seven-seat configurations. Essentially a wagon version of Mitsubishi's Triton ute, the Pajero Sport will never be mistaken for the latest prestige SUV on the school run – but when big is best and off-road adventure calls, the 2020 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport could be the answer.
The Pajero Sport GLX is priced for the budget-savvy buyer

The 2020 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLX is priced from $45,990 (drive-away). The five-door, five-seater Pajero Sport shares its platform with the much-celebrated Mitsubishi Triton 4WD ute, but its large SUV body-style adds versatility and family-friendly creature comforts – without sacrificing its go-anywhere off road ability.


The GLX’s entry-level status (and pricing) does mean you forgo some of the kit and premium finishes you’ll find as you climb the range. It’s also only offered in a five-seat variant where the mid-spec GLS and top-spec Exceed bring you seven-seat functionality. But overall performance and practicality remains unchanged.

Cloth-trimmed, manual-adjust driver and passenger seats are comfortable and supportive but there’s a budget look and feel to the water-repellent fabric upholstery and I wonder how well the seating will wear.

Inside the cabin you’ll find touches of leather on the steering wheel and gearshift but beyond that there’s plenty of plastic.


Mitsubishi 2020 Pajero Sport

GLX QF Auto 4x4 MY20

Price Guide (EGC): $46,990
Drive: 4X4 Dual Range
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 2.4L 4-Cylinder
Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel Consumption: 8 (L/100km)
Power: 133 (kW)

The GLX’s entry-level status (and pricing) does mean you forgo some of the kit and premium finishes you’ll find as you climb the range. It’s also only offered in a five-seat variant where the mid-spec GLS and top-spec Exceed bring you seven-seat functionality. But overall performance and practicality remains unchanged.

Cloth-trimmed, manual-adjust driver and passenger seats are comfortable and supportive but there’s a budget look and feel to the water-repellent fabric upholstery and I wonder how well the seating will wear.

Inside the cabin you’ll find touches of leather on the steering wheel and gearshift but beyond that there’s plenty of plastic.

Single-zone climate control does a good job of maintaining cabin temperature and second-row roof-mounted air vents with fan speed control are standard.

The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport’s interior storage is excellent, making good use of its substantial interior dimensions. A centre storage tray up front looks after your smaller bits and pieces. There’s a large lidded centre armrest, six cup holders, four bottle holders, sunglasses storage and, for the second-row occupants, seat back pockets.

The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLX is priced to suit its paired-back packaging. It’s a step change from the premium spec Pajero Sport Exceed (priced from $59,990 drive-away) and it’ll make you think twice about the must-have versus nice-to-have extras.
New safety and tech for the Pajero Sport

The updated 2020 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport brings new driver-assist and infotainment technology, including autonomous emergency braking and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity via a new 8.0-inch touchscreen. The GLX’s four-speaker sound system won’t rock your world but will be enough to drown out the sound of your second-row occupants.

There’s no satellite navigation in the GLX (or GLS), so you’ll be relying your smartphone for route guidance.

It’s not until you climb the Pajero Sport ranks (and price range) that you benefit from the full suite of driver-assist technology and safety updates that include adaptive cruise control, adjustable speed limiter, rain-sensing wipers and dusk-sensing headlights.

The top-spec Pajero Sport Exceed also features a 360-degree parking camera, colour digital instrument display and speed-limit display. It also expands its active safety kit with blind-spot warning, lane change assist and rear cross traffic alert. These are all features I found particularly useful when driving the top-spec Exceed, and especially given the footprint and challenging rear vision of this vehicle. Their absence on the GLX was duly noted.

Two ISOFIX child seat anchors and three top-tether child-seat points are common to all Pajero Sport models...
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