MITSUBISHI AUSTRALIA has today announced the return of the higher-specced Pajero Platinum Edition. It comes with minor styling updates and additional safety features and communications technologies.
The Pajero Platinum Edition, based on the GLX model, adds a reversing camera and front fog lamps to the GLX's RISE body protection, ABS braking system with BA and EBD, electronic stability control and driver and passenger SRS airbags.
Styling updates include body-coloured door mirrors, integrated side steps with front mudguards, a rear deflector, Platinum Edition signature badging and carpet mats.
Also standard is Mitsubishi's Multi Communication System (MMCS), featuring GPS navigation and Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity.
Like the GLX, the Platinum Edition is powered by either a 3.8 litre petrol engine or a 3.2 litre diesel, both of which can be had in manual and automatic guises.
The 2009 Pajero Platinum Edition will be available from October, covered by Mitsubishi's 10 year/160,000 km non-transferrable drive-train warranty, five year/130,000 km new vehicle warranty. The Pajero Platinum diesel automatic will cost $57,990 drive away, with full pricing for the rest of the range to be released at launch.