I love small cars, and 4x4s don’t get much smaller, or cuter, than the Mitsubishi Pajero Junior. Well, ok. There’s the Pajero Mini as well. Full details below! The test features on and off-road antics.
I’m particularly thrilled with this one, as I love 4x4s that have proper 4×4 functions. This is not a mere city car with chunky looks. The Pajero Junior was never officially sold in the UK, but many of the 70,000+ built were imported. It was replaced in 1998 by the Pajero Pinin – sold as the Shogun Pinin in
Europe the UK, and built by Pininfarina. That’s also a 4×4 with very genuine ‘rough stuff’ ability.
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The Pajero Pinin was never sold in Europe as the “Shogun Pinin”, but as Pajero Pinin. The name Shogun was only in the UK.
Ah, thanks for that. So did they really sell the ‘wanker’ in Spain?
In Spain, it was the Montero. Like in every other spanish speaking country. Rest of the world Pajero, UK Shogun.