Mitsubishi Pajero (Montero) Sport review: Seats 7, tows 3100kg & has 2020's biggest paddle shifters

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You’re looking at the biggest steering wheel paddle shifters we have seen in 2020! And they are fitted to the new 2020 Mitsubishi Pajero (or Montero) Sport seven-seat SUV! Sure, it’s not sporty, but the paddle shifters are pretty cool nevertheless. But, is the new Mitsubishi 7 seat SUV any good? Paul Maric gets behind the wheel to find out!

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Intro: 00:00
Exterior: 01:06
Interior: 03:17
Infotainment: 04:41
Features: 08:57
Practicality: 09:43
On the Road: 15:35
Verdict: 20:44

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Vineet Sharma says:

Is the power output 133KW enough for day to day ride and living in regional cities with driving on gravel roads whereas, prado is offering 150KW.
Is there any update in Power outpyt coming in pajero sport in future?

Ramanjit Singh says:

rear end is still ugly sorry but it is mitshi

adow77 says:

4000km down the track and some additional comments. @100 on the clock (95 in reality) we got 7.2lt per 100km on a trip from Melbourne to Adelaide, and that included city driving at either end. At 105kmh (100 in reality) that dropped to 7.8lt per 100km for the same trip which is still very good for a car of this size and weight, and should improve further as the engine frees up. Other things I like – the electric rear hatch door, the intelligent cruise control which I use a lot of the time, the huge space for carrying stuff and the comfortable if a little soft suspension. So far no gripes at all. One of the nifty things that I have not seen mentioned in the reviews is the way the rear wiper activates if it is raining and you need to reverse, and the fact that you can activate the rear hatch door by swinging your foot under the rear bumper.

Razvion says:

At 12:40 did anyone else think he plugged the seat belt for middle passanger into the wrong socket ?

Ian Diru says:

I hate this design very ugly to me

Erlangga adhi says:

Pajero sport dakar or exeed ?

?? says:

why tf we dont have this in the USA

M ap P Wolfking says:

It's a pajero sport it's ment for off road and towing less for day to day fancy pants town raiding ….so what's the point to watch this?

Emir-Ben - says:

Great job on the review mate,detailed,specific and simple ,enjoyed the watch !! Impressive keep it up πŸ‘,cheers !

Gatot Prj says:

I love this car & this Chanel… πŸ˜„πŸ™πŸ‘

Noah Fox says:

Mitsubishi, please send this to the states

Bozz Andy says:

asian car actually πŸ˜‚…

Rafael Oliveira says:

if a family have that amount of kids, they should by a bus, really.

Sam Loprasert says:

I loved everything but the gutless engine

Pramod George says:

Could you please review chrysler 300 srt

Mr Z says:

wow paul totally didnt even notice you left caradvice πŸ™

Rajiv Gangoo says:

Do a review of the l200 Mitsubishi triton

Simon George says:

Great alternative to the Land Cruiser in the UK, where this is known as the Shogun Sport. Spends far too long talking about the infotainment screen though and other pointless stuff such as the soft touch materials. People are obsessed by that these days. Hard materials last longer and I when im driving I touch the steering wheel, not the dashboard. Its all pretentious crap to justify a higher price and to entice smug faced mums into the showroom.

Vineet Sharma says:

Want to know the turning circle comparisons. Is there any new update models coming up with more power output?

Craig Martin says:

It’s a shame I have just sold my 2018 it overheats and shuts off towing my 13ft pop top caravan up a hill even in winter. No bull bar no winch no air blockages at all
Been to three dealerships all saying no sign of overheating. Shame we loved the car bought it for its safety features. Bought Toyota now my mistake should have in first place

Kadeen Hunter says:

We need this in the USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Vaibhav Pandey says:

Love from india bro

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