9 photos
Mitsubishi Pajero

Mitsubishi Pajero (page 6 of 10)

NM, NP, NT, NS, etc...
4.3 from 246 reviews · View Statistics
See the Best Large / 7 Seater SUVs in 2021 as rated by Australians on ProductReview.com.au.
Listing monitored by Mitsubishi
Mitsubishi Pajero In-Depth Review

ProductReview.com.au's selected consumer review.

Reviews

  • Build Quality
    4.5 (46)
  • Value for Money
    4.6 (46)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    4.4 (46)
  • Noise Level
    3.6 (44)
  • Braking
    4.4 (43)
  • Acceleration / Power
    4.3 (43)
  • Gear Shifting
    4.6 (43)
  • Suspension
    4.4 (44)
  • Fuel Efficiency
    4.0 (44)
  • Handling
    4.5 (44)
  • Interior Design
    4.1 (42)
  • Boot Size
    4.6 (43)
  • Comfort
    4.3 (44)
  • Features
    4.2 (42)
Previous
Next

Reviewer Photos & Videos

  • Thumbnail
  • Thumbnail

Mitsubishi Exceed

published

One of the best 4 x 4 vehicles I have owned. Performs exceptionally well in deep soft sand as well as mud.and looks great on the road. Excellent value for money!!

andrew
andrew
  • 2 reviews
  • 4 likes

4x4 is great

published

Don't expect parts to be available all the time, have been waiting over a month for a part. No one can advise when available. Have had steering arm replaced excess wear two year old, had a recall automatic transmission tension adjustment no working. Other than that fuel eco good tows very well. Comfortable

BadgeVR-X
TransmissionAutomatic
Harvey95
Harvey95wollongong
  • 3 reviews
  • 3 likes

The good, the bad and the?

published
BadgeVR-X
TransmissionAutomatic
Harvey95
Harvey95

After 72000klm's I have had to replace the brakes and rotors for a second time. If towing make sure that your brakes are heavy duty otherwise be prepared.

paulq00
paulq00Brisbane
  • 8 reviews
  • 9 likes

Could Have Been The Best

published
BadgeVR-X
TransmissionAutomatic
Date PurchasedOct 2014
paulq00
paulq00
Large / 7 Seater SUVs

Find out how Mitsubishi Pajero compares to other Large / 7 Seater SUVs

Know better, choose better.

Compare all
kim lockwood
kim lockwoodadelaide
  • 2 reviews
  • 3 likes

nm pajero 3.5 auto petrol

published

awsome 4wd getting 12litres per hundred averaged over 15 full tanks.Has extractors and ran slick 50 in motor .Think these assisted good economy for 2100kg car.Drives awsome family love its well thought out features .fold down seat is brilliant ,,will upgrade to nt diesel later ..Had 4 gq patrols and 80 series petrol hiluxes etc ..pajero best one by far for allrounder

BadgeGLS
TransmissionAutomatic

No complaints at all

published

2005 NP Pajero with 345000 kms, bought ex government at 90K. do regular engine oil and filter changes(does not burn oil), no electrical issues, no other maint on motor,serviced the auto once, flushed and changed radiator coolant once, original radiator hoses, changed fan and air con belts once, only mechanical failure was loose bolts on the intake and made noise, last set of tyres 110K with only 2 wheel alignments(not a lot of off road and then only sand) seats are now getting uncomfortable and springs are sagging. time for a new Pajero i think.

BadgeGLX
TransmissionAutomatic
Michael
MichaelHelensvale
  • 5 reviews
  • 9 likes

Great vehicle

published
BadgeGLS
TransmissionAutomatic

Related Articles

Previous
Smart shopping tips to help you make the most of Black Friday sales

With Black Friday coming up on the 26th of November (and some deals starting well before), we’ve got some smart shopping tips to help you make the most of sales.

Clara V.
Clara V.15 Nov 2021
smart-shopping-tips-to-help-you-make-the-most-of-black-friday-sales
How to reduce food waste this Christmas, from food-saving products to cooking tips

The pressure to go “all out” when cooking up a Christmas feast often means that a lot of the food we make ends up in the bin. Luckily, there are a variety of ways to reduce food waste these holidays - we’ve got some here.

Clara V.
Clara V.7 Dec 2021
how-to-reduce-food-waste-this-christmas-from-food-saving-products-to-cooking-tips
Our Latest Expert Car Reviews

A complete list of all our most recent car reviews by our resident car expert. Every review has both a detailed article and an accompanying video, so you can find out all the specs and then see them in action. Whether you're looking for a family car, a 4X4, or a performance vehicle, we cover everything in the Australian market.

Cameron S.
Cameron S.12 Jan 2021
our-latest-expert-car-reviews
Next

A Terrible Vehicle Never Again

published
BadgeGLX
TransmissionAutomatic
Norman B
Norman BOrange

rear door unable to be opened when towing.

published

I had a 2004 np Pajero and found it to be a very reliable vehicle I have now purchased an NX 2015 Pajero with the spare wheel lift kit a very big improvement over the np. I have replaced the coupling on my van and the car with a McHitch automatic trailer coupling as it has a low profile of only 125mm and also no height requirements as with a 50mm ball coupling so now the rear door is able to be opened with around 10mm clearance over the hitch and hand brake.

BadgeGLS
TransmissionAutomatic
Large / 7 Seater SUVs

Find out how Mitsubishi Pajero compares to other Large / 7 Seater SUVs

Know better, choose better.

Compare all
Value 1st
Value 1stGold Coast
  • 10 reviews
  • 12 likes

Just bought a 2015 Pajero NX GLX another one, No3. So I am a happy Pajero owner.

published

We had a NP Pajero, did 80K in that and just sold our 2012 NW, 116K and replaced it with a 2015 Pajero NX. We found the Pajero a very useful vehicle, economical, have seen 7.8 lt/100k on the highway probably going with the wind, average 10-11 lt/100k mixed driving. Towing a 1700 kilo Pop Top caravan between 11.5 - 16 lt/100k again depending on wind direction. Found the Pajero did well on the limited 4WDriving we did and had no mechanical problems. We did look at the opposition, the Ford Everest, Toyota Futura and Isuzu MU X and decided that for the price the Pajero came out well on top. A well designed, proven, roomy, versatile 4WD. Ran the tyres between 35-40 psi.

BadgeGLX
TransmissionAutomatic
Value 1st
Value 1st

PS. Our first Pajero we obtained second hand with 70K on the clock and sold it at 150K

Value 1st
Value 1st
AlexK
AlexKAU
  • 2 reviews
  • 4 likes

Love that car!

published
BadgeGLX
TransmissionAutomatic
Pat M
Pat MPerth, WA

Pajero NT - 4 years ownership

published

Just sold my NT 2011 Pajero. Completed 100k Kms trouble free. Only had basis service was completed every 10K Kms and did not go near a MMC dealership. Still had the original disk brake pads and this was a cheap car to own. Was told by a mechanic not to have tappets adjusted unless they become noisy, which they did not. Pajero has a out dated interior and suspension is noisy. Motor and auto gear box are great and trouble free. Pity MMC does not complete a major update on the interior.

BadgeGLS
TransmissionAutomatic
Large / 7 Seater SUVs

Find out how Mitsubishi Pajero compares to other Large / 7 Seater SUVs

Know better, choose better.

Compare all
Martin
Martin
  • 2 reviews

2015 PAJERO MY16 model

published
BadgeGLS
TransmissionAutomatic

Not happy

published

Only iPhone 4 compatible with audio, lazy suspension, lots of road noise, no rear air, never get comfortable in seating, bad carpet always dirty hard to clean, city 4wd only, good on fuel, reasonable response but ow so noisy, hard to get wheel atonement correct scrubbed out 3 sets of tyres in 100000 k/m, squeaks & rattles from new and sucks dust on fresh and recycle mode. Very disappointed going back to Toyota.

BadgeActiv
TransmissionAutomatic
4wdadventureswa
4wdadventureswa
  • 3 reviews
  • 7 likes

One of the best all round medium sized 4wd vehicles

published
BadgeGLX
TransmissionAutomatic

Great beach car

published

Pajero io great little car low range and centre diff locks goes anywhere.

Good points awesome 4x4 ability . Easy to park great visibility can take a beating day in day out and never broke down. Top speed 170km great lsd diff.

Bad points - seat wears out not made for 100kg person could do with a 2 litre fuel economy lucky to get 12 l per 100 km fuel tank is to small only like 50 litre and fuel gauge is not accurate. Also can't put bigger tyres on as they hit the front strut also car to get parts for quite a rare car .

Great for learners drivers as it is easy to drive .

BadgePajero io
TransmissionManual
Jeff
JeffCentral Highlands and Goldfields, VIC
  • 9 reviews
  • 11 likes

Great Jigger for touring

published

We once or twice a year go for a long drive for 6 or more weeks towing a off road hard floor camper. we are on our third Pajero since 2001 - NJ 2.8L did 360k, NP 3.2 did 320k and had a NX for 4 months and already done 18k. Only issue was the NP clutch needed replacing due to wear at 270K. This NX pajero has just done a 13k trip to WA travelling outback roads and terrific with the exception of less legroom for the front seat passenger and squeeking plastic on the dash when the sun comes out and it heats up on corrugated roads. Bloody terrific Jigger for towing the long distances to see this great country. Fuel consumption this trip was amazing. One thing on my wish list would be a bigger fuel tank.

BadgeGLX
TransmissionManual
Jeff
Jeff
S P
S P
  • 2 reviews
  • 9 likes

Amazingly well designed and competent vehicle.

published
BadgeExceed
TransmissionAutomatic
Lynne
LynneWarrnambool

Reliable family car

published

2003 model 2.2 liter diesel. 220,000 km. Great car to drive has been reliable for 12 years. tows well. Great mileage (diesel 2.2 di) usually do 9/10 liter per 100 round town or on highway. Major problems are dual flywheel collapsed at 160,000 which we replaced with a solid flywheel. Fuel gauge circuit board problems needed to re-solder the circuit board) and since about 200,000 sticky 2nd gear when cold but apparently castrol oil fixes that.

BadgeGLX
TransmissionManual
Renee R
Renee RDarwin
  • 3 reviews
  • 2 likes

Big disapointment on after sales service and lack of warranty

published
BadgeVR-X
TransmissionAutomatic
Sue A
Sue AFar North Queensland, QLD
  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

Back door problems

published

We have had trouble with the back door since the car was quite new. On some occasions it takes over 10 attempts before it will close. Most times it is 3-7 slams. The scariest thing is it has actually opened up twice accidentally while we were driving along. Luckily it was a dirt road, and we weren't going fast, and our 17 year old dog or groceries didn't tumble out the back! It has been back to the dealer twice for repair, and it's happened again just recently. Going back in tomorrow. I'm worried Mitsubishi will no longer honour the warranty, even though it is the same problem that doesn't seem to have been fixed from the first complaint. Has anyone else had this issue?

BadgeGLX
TransmissionAutomatic
Frank. M
Frank. MNorth-West & West coast, TAS
  • 2 reviews
  • 2 likes

Driving my fourth Pajero.

published
BadgeGLX
TransmissionAutomatic

love my mitzy,2000 .paj,exl.

published

i have had my pajero for about 9 going on 10 yrs and except for fixing lots of stuff do to a doggy mechanic i have found it great, i have driven everywhere in her towed my camper trailer off road,she handles well and if kept service is good for her size and weight on fuel ,comfortable and roomy, took very back seats out and don't use them, could n]be a bit longer if your going to sleep in back as you have to take back bench seat all way out as it folds down and up not back is its only fault. i like my 4x4 and will when the time comes buy another newer model and if i could get a deisel in auto that would be it .

BadgeGLX
TransmissionAutomatic
GJ
GJDubai

Great car with only one issue

published

I have been driving it since years and recently bought Pajero 3.5L Option 1 2015 model. To my surprise the brakes make big time noise when you reverse the car. The dealer says that issue is there since two years and MJ has not been able to fix this. However, there are no issues with the reliability of the brakes. If you can live with the sound, its a great car to have and best priced in this segment!

Badge0
TransmissionAutomatic
Rakesh Sharma
Rakesh SharmaSydney, NSW
  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

Converted to A JTG Gas coversion Kit

published
BadgeExceed
TransmissionAutomatic
Rakesh Sharma
Rakesh Sharma
Page 6 of 10

ProductReview.com.au has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence our content moderation policies in any way, though ProductReview.com.au may earn commissions for products/services purchased via affiliate links.