Mitsubishi Pajero Sport

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All New Pajero Top Speed
Mitsubishi All New Pajero Sport lansiran 2015 ini mampu menembus kecepatan hingga 190 km/h. Itupun belum sampai garis merah pada panel indikator RPM. Apabila track lebih panjang, mungkin saja bisa meraih top speed 220 km/h. artikel lengkap klik: http://www.majalah.online/2016/01/top-speed-pajero-tembus-190-kmh.html sumber: saveplusoil.com





2017 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport - Awesome SUV!!
2017 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Review By Fraser Stronach, with WhichCar staff What stands out? Expand Section The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport is a rugged wagon that is very good off road but comfortable – and easy to drive – on the road. There are five-seat and seven-seat versions, both offering excellent fuel economy from a modern diesel engine and an eight-speed automatic gearbox. All integrate smartphones well. Mitsubishi developed the Pajero Sport from its Triton ute. What might bug me? Expand Section Getting comfortable in the driver’s seat, if you’re tall. The seat is closer to the floor than in most similar 4WDs, and even then you may find yourself looking through the top of the windscreen. And if you want to relax and let your left leg swing outwards, your knee soon strikes the very wide centre console. On seven-seat versions, complaints from big kids in the third row that their heads hit the roof. And they may have a point. What body styles are there? Expand Section A five-door wagon is the only body style, with either five seats (Pajero Sport GLX) or seven seats (Pajero Sport GLS and Exceed). In any Pajero Sport, you can select either rear-wheel drive or full-time four-wheel drive – which means you can use 4WD all the time, on any surface. Every Pajero sport also allows you to select high-range gearing, for road use, or low-range, which allows you to drive comfortably at very low speeds off road. The Pajero Sport is classed as a large SUV, lower priced. What features does every Pajero Sport have? Expand Section Proximity key entry and start – which allows you to unlock the doors as long as you have the key nearby (perhaps in your pocket or bag). To start the engine, you push a button. A seven-inch touchscreen, configured for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. (If you plug in a compatible smartphone, the touchscreen can show a simplified version of the phone’s home screen. You can access apps and get directions, make calls or send messages from the touchscreen.) Cruise control, operated from buttons on the steering wheel. Bluetooth phone connectivity, controlled from the steering wheel or touchscreen. A sound system with a digital radio, and iPod and USB inputs, also with controls on the steering wheel. Tilt and reach steering wheel adjustment, which helps the driver get comfortable. A rear view camera, which helps you see behind the car when reversing, and rear parking sensors, which tell you how close you are to obstacles. Climate Control, which maintains a set cabin temperature. Seven airbags: two directly in front of the driver and front-seat passenger; one alongside each front occupant to protect the upper body, and curtain airbags down each side of the car to protect the heads of those sitting next to a window – including those in the third-row where fitted. There is also an airbag to protect the driver’s knees and legs. Electronic stability control, which can help bring a skidding car back under command. All new cars must have this feature. Trailer-sway control, which helps you stabilise the car if a towed trailer is swaying from side to side. A multi-mode drive system from which you can select 2WD or 4WD for road use, or high or low-speed 4WD for off-road use. There are also settings for different off-road conditions, such as gravel, sand, mud/snow or rocks. Electronic traction control, which helps you go further in slippery conditions. Hill-start control, which stops the car running backwards when starting off on steep inclines, and hill-descent control, which automatically limits the car’s speed on steep declines. Wheels (of 18-inch diameter) made from polished and part-painted aluminium alloy, which look nicer than steel wheels, and a full-size spare wheel rather than a narrow space-saver. Read More https://www.whichcar.com.au/car-reviews/2016-mitsubishi-pajero-sport-review "SUBSCRIBE NOW"




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