|Sale by dealer or Private party?
|2.8-liter turbocharged inline-4
|Satellite Silver Metallic
|Seller reported accidents
Transport & Import/EXport
Location: Calgary, Alberta Canada
transport estimateBased on quotes other buyers have received from transport carriers on similar routes
This is a 1997 Mitsubishi Pajero 2.8 Turbo Diesel finished in a two-tone colour combination; Satellite Silver Metallic and Dark Blue Pearl (paint codes: #A69 + #A38) over a grey cloth interior. This midsize all-wheel-drive SUV is powered by a 2.8-liter turbocharged inline-four diesel engine paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission. This JDM Pajero has been driven just 1,500 kms since being imported from Japan four years ago - the six-digit odometer currently reads approximately 105K-kms. It is registered in Alberta with a clean and (Normal) status. The original purchase documents and import papers are included in the sale.
For US bidders, this Mitsubishi Pajero is directly importable without modification as it is EPA & DOT exempt being greater than 25 years old. For more information on transport/import please visit our Transport/Import page here.
This five-door SUV is approximately 184 inches long, 70 inches wide, and 75 inches high, with a 107 inch wheelbase and a curb weight of 4,376 lbs. It has an extended roof, running boards, and plastic weathershields above the front and rear door glass. The rear door and rear quarter glass is tinted, and the rear windscreen is equipped with a wiper. The side view mirrors, door handles, grille slats, bumper guard, and back bumper are chrome; a characteristic unique to Japanese Domestic Market Pajeros. The main beam, low beam, and tail lights are halogens, and a full size spare wheel is mounted on the rear side-hinging door. This vehicle is also equipped with an off-centre intercooler hood scoop, and an extra side mirror is installed above the drivers side fender. This Pajero is riding on 16” aluminium alloy wheels with Mitsubishi hubcaps wrapped in Yokohama Geolandar all terrain tires, 265/70R16 all around. Its ABS braking system employs vented discs at the front and solid discs at the rear.
This Pajero is upholstered in grey cloth with grey plastic trim and burled walnut accents. This sport utility wagon seats six, with folding bucket seats for the middle and back rows, of which the latter are fully removable. Interior amenities include central locking and powered windows. The right hand drive, tilting, four-spoke Mitsubishi steering wheel fronts an analog instrument cluster, with a 180 km/hr speedometer to the left, fuel, temperature, and drivetrain displays at the centre illuminated with green light, and a 6000 rpm tachometer to the right. Quite notably, further instrumentation at the top of the console includes an altimeter, a clinometer for measuring slope and elevation, and a thermometer. Temperature controls and a digital clock are found beneath these, along with the original CD/cassette player and a Carrozzeria aftermarket stereo head unit. These console controls, the drivers gauges behind the wheel and the shifter are all set within a burled walnut wood trim. Climate controls are available for rear passengers. A toolkit is found inside the back door - another innovative feature.
This AWD Mitsubishi Pajero is powered by a 2.8-liter turbocharged inline-four diesel engine paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission. This Mitsubishi 4M40 series diesel engine with top-mounted intercooler is rated at 123 horsepower at 4000 rpm and 215 lb-ft of torque at 2000 rpm, with a claimed zero-to-60 mph of 16.6 seconds and top speed of 150 km/hr. This second generation Pajero offered Super Select 4WD, Multi-Mode ABS, and electronic shock absorbers, which were a new development for Japanese four-wheel drives. This SS4 system provides four available options: 2H (high-range rear-wheel drive), 4H (high-range full-time four-wheel drive), 4HLc (high-range four-wheel drive with locked centre differential) and 4LLc (low-range four-wheel drive with locked centre differential). ABS works in all of these modes (Multi-Mode), and the driver can switch between 2WD and 4WD at speeds up to 80 km/hr. The independent front suspension employs double wishbones, an anti-roll bar, and torsion bar, and at the rear; a De Dion axle, anti-roll bar, and coil springs.