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Monday, May 22nd 2006, 12:59pm

Der neue Pajero 2007

Servus Leute.

Hier die aktuellen Spy-Fotos!

Here’s proof that Mitsubishi is planning to evolutionarily develop their existing Pajero off-roader rather than building a new model from scratch. Taken just outside the legendary German Nürburgring, our exclusive spy-shots show what’s to become of the next-generation Pajero, scheduled for a launch at the 2007 Detroit Motor Show. It’s going to be more than the usual facelift – but won’t be a complete new model either. While the whole front will be revised, modifications at the rear will be limited to new taillights, a mid-mounted spare-wheel on the rear door and a new skirt and bumper. Today’s characteristic rear wheel arch will be toned down to a narrower layout giving the car a more modern overall look.

Though adapted to the EURO 4 emission regulation, all engines will be left unchanged, allowing European buyers to choose between the 3.5-litre V6 GDI petrol engine with 200 bhp and the 3.2-litre 160-bhp turbodiesel. Japanese customers will again get one more motor to choose from – the 3.0-litre turbodiesel with 115 bhp. Buyers in the U.S. will get the choice between two petrol V6s only: the above mentioned 3.5-litre GDI plus a 3.8-litre V6 developing 218 bhp.

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Monday, May 22nd 2006, 3:17pm

Kann mir nicht helfen, aber irgendwie siehts doch wieder nur wie ein Facelift aus.....
Die charakteristische Pajero-Kulisse des Vorgängers jedenfalls lässt sich in vielen ansätzen wiedererkennen. Auch das Heck zeigt wenig Überraschendes, im Gegensatz zum L200, der ja wirklich gründlich überarbeitet wurde. Das wirklich neue an dem Pajero wird wohl unter der versteckten Fahrzeugfront verborgen sein

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Monday, May 22nd 2006, 6:37pm

Abwarten!
Das Wichtigste für mich ist, daß ein GDI auch drin sein kann!
Das heißt, daß Mitsu sich noch nicht von der Technik verabschiedet hat.
Auch wenn 200PS aus 3,5 l Hubraum recht schwach sind, aber der hat bestimmt ein wahnsinns Drehmoment.

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