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Mitsubishi Pajero to cease production in 2021

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6 minutes ago, desertdude said:

Was to be expected. They couldn’t keep the model alive anymore. The Montero Sport, though being a bit less rugged is not a bad alternative as an off-roader in my opinion.

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1 hour ago, Frederic said:

Was to be expected. They couldn’t keep the model alive anymore. The Montero Sport, though being a bit less rugged is not a bad alternative as an off-roader in my opinion.

Montero sport is nothing but a L200 pickup with a station wagon shell on it. And it drives like one too.

Just like the Fortuner is a Hilux pickup underneath

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9 minutes ago, desertdude said:

Montero sport is nothing but a L200 pickup with a station wagon shell on it. And it drives like one too.

Just like the Fortuner is a Hilux pickup underneath

Correct. One of the few remaining SUV’s with ladder frame construction. Try to find a decent alternative in this price class. 


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Things aren’t looking good in the Mitsubishi camp right now. They have also paused the release of any new  models in Europe indefinitely. 
 

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/updated-mitsubishi-freezes-introduction-new-models-europe

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19 hours ago, Barry said:

Things aren’t looking good in the Mitsubishi camp right now. They have also paused the release of any new  models in Europe indefinitely. 
 

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/updated-mitsubishi-freezes-introduction-new-models-europe

They don't have anything exciting in their line. The ones they have very dated old technology vehicles. 

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22 hours ago, Barry said:

Things aren’t looking good in the Mitsubishi camp right now. They have also paused the release of any new  models in Europe indefinitely. 
 

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/updated-mitsubishi-freezes-introduction-new-models-europe

The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi strategy deals out the Asian markets only for Mitsubishi. All support will stop outside of that narrow region. 

Time now to buy up as many Pajeros as possible and store them for the parts that will be needed to serve the market here for the coming years. 

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4 hours ago, Wrangeld said:

 

The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi strategy deals out the Asian markets only for Mitsubishi. All support will stop outside of that narrow region. 

Time now to buy up as many Pajeros as possible and store them for the parts that will be needed to serve the market here for the coming years. 

Well they are selling cheap enough even the last gen models to buy and  collect.

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