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The midlife update for the Pajero Sport has landed, and while it's not drastically different to the version that came before it, Mitsubishi has kept things fresh with minor detail and design differences. 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.
The Pajero Sport’s efforts to straddle the line between its Triton-based commercial-vehicle origins and something more family friendly are commendable. The interior design looks and feels like something you’d find in a passenger car, with a step up in design and materials.
There’s plenty of room up front, a comfy and natural-feeling driving position, and clear outward visibility.
In standard form, the Pajero Sport sits high on the road, yet getting in and out is easy enough with the added assistance of standard side steps to help shorter occupants make the step up.