Picasso departs, Pajero arrives

Picasso departs, Pajero arrives

The Citroen C4 Picasso (reviewed here) had some particularly funky little gadgets – a rechargeable torch in the boot for instance – but it was the enormous glass area that makes the Mitsubishi Pajero I picked up (itself a behemoth) seem positively claustrophobic.

I haven’t quite got the hang of the Pajero yet. It has an agricultural number of turns lock-to-lock on the steering and I’ve nearly hit something twice already, expecting it to dart around a bit more than it does. However, it’s very comfortable and I can see a mile further into the distance than road users at normal height in their cars.

I’ve got the Paj for a week, so we’ll see whether I’ve developed faster arms by next Wednesday.

The Citroen C4 Picasso (reviewed here) had some particularly funky little gadgets – a rechargeable torch in the boot for instance – but it was the enormous glass area that makes the Mitsubishi Pajero I picked up (itself a behemoth) seem positively claustrophobic.

I haven’t quite got the hang of the Pajero yet. It has an agricultural number of turns lock-to-lock on the steering and I’ve nearly hit something twice already, expecting it to dart around a bit more than it does. However, it’s very comfortable and I can see a mile further into the distance than road users at normal height in their cars.

I’ve got the Paj for a week, so we’ll see whether I’ve developed faster arms by next Wednesday.

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