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         Posted on :17:22:53 Mar 12, 2012
       Last edited on:17:22:53 Mar 12, 2012
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The Mitsubishi-Hindustan Motors alliance in India isn't one that's in your face at all times, but today's launch will see everyone take notice once again.  The 2012 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport SUV has been launched at a price of Rs 23.53 lakh, ex-showroom, New Delhi. For the Indian auto market, we're looking at a single variant as of now.

The New Mitsubishi Pajero Sport records maximum power of 175PS and max torque of 400Nm. Standing on 17-inch alloys with tyre specifications of 265/65 R17, the vehicle is available in 6 shades in the Indian auto market.

You're looking at Mitsubishi's Super Select 4WD that runs on a 5-speed manual gearbox making off road driving easy. At a turning radius of 5.6 Meters, here's a four-cylinder common-rail diesel motor. Safety features include ABS & EBD with brake boosters. Seat adjustments see a 60:40 split central row and 50:50 split third row.

Interiors of this off roader are impressive with leather seats, and leather wrapping on the steering wheel, gear knob, and audio controls. Vehicle entertainment features a MP3 player and the quintessential USB slot.

The multi trip function displays temperature and fuel details, and blower controls are manual for the back seats. Amongst other features are the projector headlamps, defogger, and rear wash wiper.

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