Pajero Sport Test Drive: A Review

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The Pajero Sport was earlier marketed by Mitsubishi as Challenger. Now, the Japanese automaker has made the vehicle available as a re-engineered version of the original Pajero. In this article, we will be discussing about the test driving experience offered by this amazing car.

Let us begin by the changes introduced by the automaker. The Sport has an absolutely new rear suspension. Mitsubishi has provided it with a smoother coil-spring set-up, which comes accompanied by a live axle at the vehicle’s rear. This combination offers great off-road results; the sturdy differential of the live axle lifts the Sport seamlessly out of the holes. This never happens in case of independent rear suspensions.

Another excellent feature added to this Mitsubishi creation is the company’s own version of terrain response. This gives people driving the car the opportunity of dialing up different settings for driving comfortably on rocks, gravel, sand, mud, and snow. In short, the vehicle can be described as a pretty brawny off-road performer. Its ground clearance is also pretty good at 250 mm; its wading depth, on the other hand, is 750 mm.

Let us now discuss about the Sport’s on-road performance. In this sector, the Sport beats the Challenger by a big margin. Due to the newly added driving features, the ride offered by the car is comfortable and soft. Turning the SUV is an extremely easy job; you will not need to be a professional to complete steep turns when driving the Sport. The car has a light steering and boasts a significantly impressive turning circle. Both vibration and noise remain suppressed; so, the passengers as well as the driver feel as if they are traveling on a silky road devoid of any potholes and bumpers.

The wheel articulation of this Mitsubishi creation allows it to beat massive obstacles without any difficulty. This quality of the car is enhanced even further with one of its most talked about features, the Super Select 4-WD.

The car’s engine performance will also impress the majority of the users. Some might say that it’s a bit off bit; however, no one would ever be able to call it unsatisfactory. The fuel economy of the Pajero Sport is rated at around 8 liter per 100 kilometers.

From the driver’s point of view, the biggest plus of the Sport is its ability to offer similar driving experience in all terrains. As a driver, you will not need to develop a different skill to take this SUV to a hilly or snowy terrain.

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