Mitsubishi Pajero 3.2DI-D Exceed 2007 Review

Mitsubishi Pajero 3.2DI-D Exceed 2007 Review

Mitsubishi Pajero Exceed 2007 fq

It was a dune north of Muriwai and five feet in the air the Pajero, lights ablaze, hung there as if it was caught in a tractor beam. Of course, I already knew the Pajero was tough — a few weeks earlier I was in the passenger seat as we came around a corner on an off-road track that should have been taken at about 5kph. ‘Should’ is all very well in hindsight. It was the unnecessary 40kph extra velocity that rocketed us into the air over a foot-high ridge in the track. We landed, bounced slightly sideways, a container of oil we were carrying jumped out of the boot and into the rear seats, while a large toolbox in the rear slammed against a container of brake fluid, bursting it and spraying the inside of the Pajero. At least three wheels were airborne again, and then we came down hard a final time.

The Pajero was fine. My friend who was driving was winded. I couldn’t turn my neck to the right for a few days.

Before I get an irate call from Mitsubishi wondering why I’m trying to send this nice new Pajero to the great junkyard in the sky, I will confess that it was a generation-one Pajero — a 1989 short wheelbase model that belonged to my then business partner, an absolute lunatic when it came to pushing the limit of his cars.

The Pajero has made a name for itself in off-road circles. It is currently the most successful car to compete in the Dakar Rally (previously the Paris-Dakar Rally) having won eleven times (including the last seven straight) since it first entered in 1983. It first won on its third attempt in 1985.

So what all this serves to highlight is that if you have a need for an off-road vehicle that will carry seven people, the long wheelbase Pajero fits the bill nicely. It has all the facilities you would need to get you through some fairly rugged terrain. It will climb a 35-degree slope in first gear and has 225mm of ground clearance. The gearbox has high range two-wheel drive, high range full-time four-wheel drive, four-wheel drive with the centre diff locked, and a low range four-wheel drive with centre diff lock. The ranges can be shifted (with the exception of the low range) up to 100kph. The rear diff can also be locked in extreme conditions.

Our test mud-plugger is the fourth generation top spec long wheelbase Exceed model in Rose Red with a 3.2-litre diesel engine producing 127kW and 364Nm of torque.

Mud can be amply sprayed by burying the throttle to churn the 265/60R18 tyres through the soft stuff, and if you’re on the road the torque is great for boaties and caravan lovers — 3.3 tonnes can be towed, and a further 100kg placed on the roof rack.

Seven people can enjoy the ride — the third row of seats is conveniently hidden in the rear floor. Short people who don’t belong to a gym will find these an effort to lift — not as easy as the Citroen Picasso I had last week. Once the seats are locked into place all that’s required is to insert the comically large head rests (which obscure pretty much all rearward vision). The seat stowage area then becomes a useful hidden storage box due to the absence of a spare wheel (which is carried in a clasp on the rear of the Pajero). Exterior styling is all angles — it could be built from Lego blocks – but inside is where there are plenty of toys to play with.

The Exceed gets the premium 12-speaker Rockford Fosgate audio system with a subwoofer in the boot. This will take six CDs and is MP3-compatible.

A trip computer integrated into the dashboard displays a compass as well as informative graphs from the last four hours, including temperature change, atmospheric pressure, range (kilometres remaining at current average fuel consumption), and elevation.

Reversing sensors, a beautiful full leather interior and steering wheel, power driver’s seat, reclining rear seats, air conditioning vents for all three rows (the second row can also control temperature), and a large sunroof complete the package.

Ultimately the Pajero shows itself to be a good all-round vehicle — rugged enough for the wild stuff, manageable in the city. But it’s really built for people who have a lifestyle property, live in the country, do the odd bit of off-roading to get to their favourite fishing spot, or have a large boat to tow. Its size and manoeuvrability can make it challenging around town — the turning circle is large and the steering ratio has too many turns lock-to-lock. The question remains to be answered whether the more ‘car-like’ driving attitude of vehicles competing in the larger seven-seat SUVs market such as Subaru’s Tribeca force a change in how the Pajero must feel to drive in its fifth generation. Until then it can rightly bask in its enduring off-road reputation.

Price: from $76,990 (diesel Exceed, as tested; $73,990 for petrol V6)

What we like

  • Comfortable seats
  • Leather interior
  • Towing ability
  • Off-road ability

What we don’t like

  • Extremely intrusive traction control (in the end I just left it in 4WD in the wet)
  • Turning circle
  • Steering ratio — too many turns lock-to-lock

Words and photos Darren Cottingham

Model 3.8 V6 GLS 3.8 V6 Exceed 3.2D GLS V3.2D Exceed
GENERAL
Body type – 5 door LWB wagon * * * *
Seating capacity – persons 7 7 7 7
Dual stage air bag (driver, passenger, side, curtain) * * * *
Immobiliser * * * *
Alarm * * * *
ENGINE
3.8-Litre V6 MPI MIVEC * *
3.2-Litre DOHC common rail intercooled turbo diesel * *
EU-STEP 4 * * * *
TRANSMISSION
5 Speed automatic with sports mode * * * *
Super select 4WD with 2 speed transfer * * * *
Diff lock * * * *
SUSPENSION
Front suspension – double wish bone with coil spring & stabiliser bar * * * *
Rear suspension – multi link coil spring with stabiliser bar * * * *
BRAKES
Front – 17″ disc with 4 piston callipers * * * *
Rear 17″ – disc (drum in) * * * *
Park brake – lever type urethane leather urethane leather
4 Wheel ABS with EBD * * * *
Active Stability Control * * * *
STEERING
Steering wheel – 4 spoke urethane * *
Steering wheel – 4 spoke leather with audio controls * *
Cruise control on steering wheel * * * *
GENERAL CHASSIS
Transmission shift knob urethane leather urethane leather
Transfer shift knob urethane leather urethane leather
Wheels – 17″ x 7.5″ Alloy with 265/65R17 112H tyres * *
Wheels – 18″ x 7.5″ Alloy with 265/60R18 110H tyres * *
Spare wheel – same as fitted on vehicle * * * *
Aluminium pedals * *
Electric sunroof – slide & tilt * *
OPERATING HARDWARE
Central locking * * * *
Child proof rear doors * * * *
Keyless entry in key x 2 * * * *
Power windows – front & rear doors * * * *
Door inside handle black silver black silver
Door outside handle black body colour black body colour
GLASS
Laminated windshield glass with sunshade * * * *
Tail gate window glass – tempered with hot wire * * * *
Privacy glass * * * *
SEATS
Trim material fabric leather fabric leather
Driver’s seat – manual height, tilt, slide adjuster * *
Driver’s seat – power height, tilt, slide adjuster with heater * *
Front passenger seat – manual slide, tilt adjuster * *
Front passenger – power slide, tilt adjuster with heater * *
2nd Row seat with fold, recline & armrest with cupholder * * * *
3rd Row seat (removable) with recline & fold away function * * * *
Front seat head rests – normal type * * * *
2nd Row seat head rests X 3 * * * *
3rd Row seat head rest X 2 * * * *
SEAT BELT
Front seat belt – 3 point with ELR X 2, pretensioner & adjustable anchor * * * *
2nd Row seat belt – 3 point with ELR & ALR X 2, 3 point belt with ELR X 1 * * * *
3rd Row seat belt – 3 point with ELR X 2 * * * *
INSTRUMENT PANEL & CONSOLES
Glovebox with key cylinder & lamp * * * *
Floor console * * * *
TRIM PANEL & CARPETS
Front door trim – formed type with armrest & door pocket * * * *
Rear door trim – formed type with armrest * * * *
Door trim material cloth leather cloth leather
Tailgate door pocket with lid * * * *
Tonneau cover * * * *
EXTERIOR ORNAMENTATION
Front bumper – body coloured * * * *
Rear bumper with black protector * *
Rear bumper – body coloured * *
Rear bumper step plate * * * *
Rear deflector * *
CONVENIENCE ITEMS
Assist strap 6 6 6 6
Coat hanger X 2 * * * *
Driver vanity mirror with lid * *
Driver vanity mirror with lamp & lid * *
Passenger vanity mirror with lid * *
Passenger vanity mirror with lamp & lid * *
Door mirror – black, electric control with fold flat * *
Door mirror – colour key, electric control with approach lights & hot wire * *
Side step * *
Foot rest * * * *
Front & rear mud flap * * * *
Roof rail silver silver silver silver
ISO-FIX for rear seat X 2 * * * *
Tether anchor X 3 * * * *
HEATER & AIR CONDITIONING
Air con (full auto) * *
Air con (full auto) & rear air con (manual) * *
Rear heater duct (for 2nd seat) * *
Rear heater duct (for 2nd & 3rd seats) * *
Rear A/C control panel * *
CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
Headlamps halogen discharge halogen discharge
Headlamp levelling device (auto) * *
Side turn lamp on door mirror * *
Front fog lamp * *
Rear fog lamp * * * *
High-mount stop lamp on rear door * * * *
Front room lamp * * * *
Rear room lamp * * * *
Cargo lamp * * * *
Front and rear foot lamp (both sides) * * * *
Rear foot lamp on console * * * *
WIPER & WASHER
Windshield wiper with variable intermittent * * * *
Rear window wiper & washer with intermittent * * * *
Headlamp washer * *
METER & GAUGES
Rheostat * * * *
Analogue speedometer (KM/H) * * * *
Tachometer * * * *
Trip meter * * * *
Door ajar indicator * * * *
Auto position indicator * * * *
4WD indicator * * * *
Cruise control indicator * * * *
Diff lock indicator * * * *
Lighting monitor warning * * * *
Seat belt warning lamp & buzzer (driver only) * * * *
ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES
AM/FM Radio single in dash CD MP3 * *
AM/FM Radio 6-disc in dash CD changer MP3 – Rockford Fosgate * *
Speakers 6 12 6 12
Back warning system * *
Cigar lighter on instrument panel * * * *
Console box accessory socket * * * *
Instrument panel accessory socket * * * *
Engine
displacement – cc 3828 3828 3200 3200
bore and stroke 95.0mm X 90.0mm 95.0mm X 90.0mm 98.5mm X 105.0mm 98.5mm X 105.0mm
compression ratio 9.8:1 9.8:1 17.0:1 17.0:1
max power (DIN) (kW/rpm) 184 @ 6000 184 @ 6000 127 @ 3800 127 @ 3800
max torque (DIN) (Nm/rpm) 329 @ 2750 329 @ 2750 364 @ 2000 364 @ 2000
valves 24 24 16 16
fuel consumption – l/100km 13.5 13.5 10.5 10.5
CO2 – g/km 322 322 278 278
Transmission
Gear ratio 1st 3.789 3.789 3.789 3.789
2nd 2.057 2.057 2.057 2.057
3rd 1.421 1.421 1.421 1.421
4th 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000
5th 0.731 0.731 0.731 0.731
rev 3.865 3.865 3.865 3.865
final 3.917 3.917 3.917 3.917
transfer ratio high 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000
transfer ratio low 1.900 1.900 1.900 1.900
DIMENSIONS / WEIGHTS
overall length – mm 4,900 4,900 4,900 4,900
overall width – mm 1,875 1,875 1,875 1,875
overall height – mm 1,900 1,900 1,900 1,900
cargo load space 2nd/3rd row flat (litres VDO) 1,789 1,758 1,789 1,758
cargo load space 3rd row flat (litres VDO) 1,081 1,050 1,050 1,081
wheel base – mm 2,780 2,780 2,780 2,780
track front – mm 1,570 1,570 1,570 1,570
track rear – mm 1,570 1,570 1,570 1,570
ground clearance – mm 225 225 225 225
turning circle – m 11.4 11.4 11.4 11.4
kerb weight – kg 2,175 2,225 2,260 2,310
gross vehicle weight – kg 2,920 2,920 3,030 3,030
towing unbraked – kg 750 750 750 750
towing braked – kg 3,300 3,300 3,300 3,300
DIMENSIONS
fuel tank size – litres 88 88 88 88
fuel type regular unleaded regular unleaded diesel diesel
departure angle – degree 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0
approach angle – degree 36.6 36.6 36.6 36.6
ramp breakover angle – degree 22.5 22.5 22.5 22.5
battery 75D23L 75D23L 95D23L 95D23L
alternator 120amp 120amp 120amp 120amp

Mitsubishi Pajero Exceed 2007 fq

It was a dune north of Muriwai and five feet in the air the Pajero, lights ablaze, hung there as if it was caught in a tractor beam. Of course, I already knew the Pajero was tough — a few weeks earlier I was in the passenger seat as we came around a corner on an off-road track that should have been taken at about 5kph. ‘Should’ is all very well in hindsight. It was the unnecessary 40kph extra velocity that rocketed us into the air over a foot-high ridge in the track. We landed, bounced slightly sideways, a container of oil we were carrying jumped out of the boot and into the rear seats, while a large toolbox in the rear slammed against a container of brake fluid, bursting it and spraying the inside of the Pajero. At least three wheels were airborne again, and then we came down hard a final time.

The Pajero was fine. My friend who was driving was winded. I couldn’t turn my neck to the right for a few days.

Before I get an irate call from Mitsubishi wondering why I’m trying to send this nice new Pajero to the great junkyard in the sky, I will confess that it was a generation-one Pajero — a 1989 short wheelbase model that belonged to my then business partner, an absolute lunatic when it came to pushing the limit of his cars.

The Pajero has made a name for itself in off-road circles. It is currently the most successful car to compete in the Dakar Rally (previously the Paris-Dakar Rally) having won eleven times (including the last seven straight) since it first entered in 1983. It first won on its third attempt in 1985.

So what all this serves to highlight is that if you have a need for an off-road vehicle that will carry seven people, the long wheelbase Pajero fits the bill nicely. It has all the facilities you would need to get you through some fairly rugged terrain. It will climb a 35-degree slope in first gear and has 225mm of ground clearance. The gearbox has high range two-wheel drive, high range full-time four-wheel drive, four-wheel drive with the centre diff locked, and a low range four-wheel drive with centre diff lock. The ranges can be shifted (with the exception of the low range) up to 100kph. The rear diff can also be locked in extreme conditions.

Our test mud-plugger is the fourth generation top spec long wheelbase Exceed model in Rose Red with a 3.2-litre diesel engine producing 127kW and 364Nm of torque.

Mud can be amply sprayed by burying the throttle to churn the 265/60R18 tyres through the soft stuff, and if you’re on the road the torque is great for boaties and caravan lovers — 3.3 tonnes can be towed, and a further 100kg placed on the roof rack.

Seven people can enjoy the ride — the third row of seats is conveniently hidden in the rear floor. Short people who don’t belong to a gym will find these an effort to lift — not as easy as the Citroen Picasso I had last week. Once the seats are locked into place all that’s required is to insert the comically large head rests (which obscure pretty much all rearward vision). The seat stowage area then becomes a useful hidden storage box due to the absence of a spare wheel (which is carried in a clasp on the rear of the Pajero). Exterior styling is all angles — it could be built from Lego blocks – but inside is where there are plenty of toys to play with.

The Exceed gets the premium 12-speaker Rockford Fosgate audio system with a subwoofer in the boot. This will take six CDs and is MP3-compatible.

A trip computer integrated into the dashboard displays a compass as well as informative graphs from the last four hours, including temperature change, atmospheric pressure, range (kilometres remaining at current average fuel consumption), and elevation.

Reversing sensors, a beautiful full leather interior and steering wheel, power driver’s seat, reclining rear seats, air conditioning vents for all three rows (the second row can also control temperature), and a large sunroof complete the package.

Ultimately the Pajero shows itself to be a good all-round vehicle — rugged enough for the wild stuff, manageable in the city. But it’s really built for people who have a lifestyle property, live in the country, do the odd bit of off-roading to get to their favourite fishing spot, or have a large boat to tow. Its size and manoeuvrability can make it challenging around town — the turning circle is large and the steering ratio has too many turns lock-to-lock. The question remains to be answered whether the more ‘car-like’ driving attitude of vehicles competing in the larger seven-seat SUVs market such as Subaru’s Tribeca force a change in how the Pajero must feel to drive in its fifth generation. Until then it can rightly bask in its enduring off-road reputation.

Price: from $76,990 (diesel Exceed, as tested; $73,990 for petrol V6)

What we like

  • Comfortable seats
  • Leather interior
  • Towing ability
  • Off-road ability

What we don’t like

  • Extremely intrusive traction control (in the end I just left it in 4WD in the wet)
  • Turning circle
  • Steering ratio — too many turns lock-to-lock

Words and photos Darren Cottingham

Model 3.8 V6 GLS 3.8 V6 Exceed 3.2D GLS V3.2D Exceed
GENERAL
Body type – 5 door LWB wagon * * * *
Seating capacity – persons 7 7 7 7
Dual stage air bag (driver, passenger, side, curtain) * * * *
Immobiliser * * * *
Alarm * * * *
ENGINE
3.8-Litre V6 MPI MIVEC * *
3.2-Litre DOHC common rail intercooled turbo diesel * *
EU-STEP 4 * * * *
TRANSMISSION
5 Speed automatic with sports mode * * * *
Super select 4WD with 2 speed transfer * * * *
Diff lock * * * *
SUSPENSION
Front suspension – double wish bone with coil spring & stabiliser bar * * * *
Rear suspension – multi link coil spring with stabiliser bar * * * *
BRAKES
Front – 17″ disc with 4 piston callipers * * * *
Rear 17″ – disc (drum in) * * * *
Park brake – lever type urethane leather urethane leather
4 Wheel ABS with EBD * * * *
Active Stability Control * * * *
STEERING
Steering wheel – 4 spoke urethane * *
Steering wheel – 4 spoke leather with audio controls * *
Cruise control on steering wheel * * * *
GENERAL CHASSIS
Transmission shift knob urethane leather urethane leather
Transfer shift knob urethane leather urethane leather
Wheels – 17″ x 7.5″ Alloy with 265/65R17 112H tyres * *
Wheels – 18″ x 7.5″ Alloy with 265/60R18 110H tyres * *
Spare wheel – same as fitted on vehicle * * * *
Aluminium pedals * *
Electric sunroof – slide & tilt * *
OPERATING HARDWARE
Central locking * * * *
Child proof rear doors * * * *
Keyless entry in key x 2 * * * *
Power windows – front & rear doors * * * *
Door inside handle black silver black silver
Door outside handle black body colour black body colour
GLASS
Laminated windshield glass with sunshade * * * *
Tail gate window glass – tempered with hot wire * * * *
Privacy glass * * * *
SEATS
Trim material fabric leather fabric leather
Driver’s seat – manual height, tilt, slide adjuster * *
Driver’s seat – power height, tilt, slide adjuster with heater * *
Front passenger seat – manual slide, tilt adjuster * *
Front passenger – power slide, tilt adjuster with heater * *
2nd Row seat with fold, recline & armrest with cupholder * * * *
3rd Row seat (removable) with recline & fold away function * * * *
Front seat head rests – normal type * * * *
2nd Row seat head rests X 3 * * * *
3rd Row seat head rest X 2 * * * *
SEAT BELT
Front seat belt – 3 point with ELR X 2, pretensioner & adjustable anchor * * * *
2nd Row seat belt – 3 point with ELR & ALR X 2, 3 point belt with ELR X 1 * * * *
3rd Row seat belt – 3 point with ELR X 2 * * * *
INSTRUMENT PANEL & CONSOLES
Glovebox with key cylinder & lamp * * * *
Floor console * * * *
TRIM PANEL & CARPETS
Front door trim – formed type with armrest & door pocket * * * *
Rear door trim – formed type with armrest * * * *
Door trim material cloth leather cloth leather
Tailgate door pocket with lid * * * *
Tonneau cover * * * *
EXTERIOR ORNAMENTATION
Front bumper – body coloured * * * *
Rear bumper with black protector * *
Rear bumper – body coloured * *
Rear bumper step plate * * * *
Rear deflector * *
CONVENIENCE ITEMS
Assist strap 6 6 6 6
Coat hanger X 2 * * * *
Driver vanity mirror with lid * *
Driver vanity mirror with lamp & lid * *
Passenger vanity mirror with lid * *
Passenger vanity mirror with lamp & lid * *
Door mirror – black, electric control with fold flat * *
Door mirror – colour key, electric control with approach lights & hot wire * *
Side step * *
Foot rest * * * *
Front & rear mud flap * * * *
Roof rail silver silver silver silver
ISO-FIX for rear seat X 2 * * * *
Tether anchor X 3 * * * *
HEATER & AIR CONDITIONING
Air con (full auto) * *
Air con (full auto) & rear air con (manual) * *
Rear heater duct (for 2nd seat) * *
Rear heater duct (for 2nd & 3rd seats) * *
Rear A/C control panel * *
CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
Headlamps halogen discharge halogen discharge
Headlamp levelling device (auto) * *
Side turn lamp on door mirror * *
Front fog lamp * *
Rear fog lamp * * * *
High-mount stop lamp on rear door * * * *
Front room lamp * * * *
Rear room lamp * * * *
Cargo lamp * * * *
Front and rear foot lamp (both sides) * * * *
Rear foot lamp on console * * * *
WIPER & WASHER
Windshield wiper with variable intermittent * * * *
Rear window wiper & washer with intermittent * * * *
Headlamp washer * *
METER & GAUGES
Rheostat * * * *
Analogue speedometer (KM/H) * * * *
Tachometer * * * *
Trip meter * * * *
Door ajar indicator * * * *
Auto position indicator * * * *
4WD indicator * * * *
Cruise control indicator * * * *
Diff lock indicator * * * *
Lighting monitor warning * * * *
Seat belt warning lamp & buzzer (driver only) * * * *
ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES
AM/FM Radio single in dash CD MP3 * *
AM/FM Radio 6-disc in dash CD changer MP3 – Rockford Fosgate * *
Speakers 6 12 6 12
Back warning system * *
Cigar lighter on instrument panel * * * *
Console box accessory socket * * * *
Instrument panel accessory socket * * * *
Engine
displacement – cc 3828 3828 3200 3200
bore and stroke 95.0mm X 90.0mm 95.0mm X 90.0mm 98.5mm X 105.0mm 98.5mm X 105.0mm
compression ratio 9.8:1 9.8:1 17.0:1 17.0:1
max power (DIN) (kW/rpm) 184 @ 6000 184 @ 6000 127 @ 3800 127 @ 3800
max torque (DIN) (Nm/rpm) 329 @ 2750 329 @ 2750 364 @ 2000 364 @ 2000
valves 24 24 16 16
fuel consumption – l/100km 13.5 13.5 10.5 10.5
CO2 – g/km 322 322 278 278
Transmission
Gear ratio 1st 3.789 3.789 3.789 3.789
2nd 2.057 2.057 2.057 2.057
3rd 1.421 1.421 1.421 1.421
4th 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000
5th 0.731 0.731 0.731 0.731
rev 3.865 3.865 3.865 3.865
final 3.917 3.917 3.917 3.917
transfer ratio high 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000
transfer ratio low 1.900 1.900 1.900 1.900
DIMENSIONS / WEIGHTS
overall length – mm 4,900 4,900 4,900 4,900
overall width – mm 1,875 1,875 1,875 1,875
overall height – mm 1,900 1,900 1,900 1,900
cargo load space 2nd/3rd row flat (litres VDO) 1,789 1,758 1,789 1,758
cargo load space 3rd row flat (litres VDO) 1,081 1,050 1,050 1,081
wheel base – mm 2,780 2,780 2,780 2,780
track front – mm 1,570 1,570 1,570 1,570
track rear – mm 1,570 1,570 1,570 1,570
ground clearance – mm 225 225 225 225
turning circle – m 11.4 11.4 11.4 11.4
kerb weight – kg 2,175 2,225 2,260 2,310
gross vehicle weight – kg 2,920 2,920 3,030 3,030
towing unbraked – kg 750 750 750 750
towing braked – kg 3,300 3,300 3,300 3,300
DIMENSIONS
fuel tank size – litres 88 88 88 88
fuel type regular unleaded regular unleaded diesel diesel
departure angle – degree 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0
approach angle – degree 36.6 36.6 36.6 36.6
ramp breakover angle – degree 22.5 22.5 22.5 22.5
battery 75D23L 75D23L 95D23L 95D23L
alternator 120amp 120amp 120amp 120amp
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