Mitsubishi Pajero Sport could be a good choice. It has been one of the representatives of hard-liner off-road vehicles, and time has come to its mid-cycle refresh. Recently, photos of 2020 Mitsubishi Pajero sports released showed an overall renew on the new car.
The profile of the fourth generation is as bulky as Mitsubishi's current Eclipse Cross models. With a new split lamp and Mitsubishi's dynamic shield design, the new SUV delivers a bold concept as a whole. The new car's air intake grille is painted in black, which adds up a sense of dynamic for the front face. The side shape of the body is relatively simple, yet embodies intense muscular contours.
Inside the cabin, more soft-touch materials are used throughout the interior trimming. Incorporating with an 8-inch digital dashboard and a new touch screen of the same size, the interior design of Pajero Sports is upscaling enough. Thanks to features like an AC power outlet, a hands-free power tailgate and smartphone controls over the SUV, the model is more competitive among its peers.
The Pajero Sport's safety features now includes Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross Trafic Alert System. An off-road mode is also available on the 4WD variants. As for the power, the 2020 Pajero Sport's Edition uses a 2.4T turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine with a maximum power of 178 hp (133 kW) and a peak torque of 430 Nm, matching with an eight-speed automatic transmission.