2017 Mitsubishi Pajero will arrive with hybrid technology


Mitsubishi Pajero will be reborn in 2017. When “Mitsu” has declared its verdict to abandon sedans, the automobile world lost an icon Lancer Evo. But do not get upset, the Cup which is poured ½ of water is always half full. And with Mitsubishi. Japanese brand lost half of its former glory, but the other half is still here and is becoming every year more and better!

2017 Mitsubishi Pajero release date

In 2017, everyone will expect the triumphant return of the Pajero, in which he could theoretically combine a favorite, but updated the look of the SUV and the latest technology, namely hybrid powerplant.

Release date: 2017

2017 Mitsubishi Pajero redesign

But the “cuts” produced by Evo was not in vain, it seems Mitsubishi wants to finally put an end on the sedans, which became the brand for serious abuse, but occur to such a dramatic change should not soon, because profit has to be earned, so the Japanese automaker began to slowly prepared for the great changes. They made a bid, apparently did, to the crossovers/SUV, and increasing their production, product range extension and, consequently, increase profits from their sales.

In any case, Mitsubishi is willing to fill the crack left by the Lancer, with a hard accent on crossovers and suvs. And if you ask is it good or bad, we will reply, in this case, and in the current situation, it’s a decent idea. As a result, in the coming years we will see new Pajero line models, which has long been begging to get back in the big game.

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2017 Mitsubishi Pajero video review

2017 Mitsubishi Pajero engine and specs

The most important thing, according to car reviewers, the plug-in-hybrid and hybrid Mitsubishi versions in the pursuit of industry leaders has not lost its offroad qualities. On current trends you need to follow, but to overreact and to turn the SUV of the rallies in an ordinary SUV can not in any case. Moreover, the model car is legendary!

Here is to make a small footnote. Mitsubishi is not extraneous to hybrid power plants. In Geneva last year conglomerate exposed its GC-PHEV prototype, which most likely shows us how the future Pajero will look like, its shape and body.

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2017 Mitsubishi Pajero to keep off-road

In one of the interviews lance Bradley, the head of Mitsubishi motors in the UK is explained by the following: “a Lot of opponents, more stunning or more sophisticated, but the Shogun (Pajero in the UK) must be authentic SUV: not for beauty, not for trips to the shops, but for people who daily carry the car or trailers is actually going in the off-road”.

2017 Mitsubishi Pajero pictures

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New 2017 Pajero brings agressive futuristic Mitsubishi design to mid-size SUV, along with powerful engines.

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