Mitsubishi has noiselessly introduced a new ‘Select Plus’ trim variant of the Pajero-Sport SUV in India at a starting price of Rs.28.60 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Mitsubishi Pajero-Sport Select Plus comes with some substantial cosmetic updates and a few new features as well, which have added a bit of style and premiumness to the SUV. Like the regular Pajero Sport model, the Select Plus trim also comes with both automatic and manual variants and it will be a limited edition model. The SUV is already available at Mitsubishi dealerships in India and in Mumbai, the new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Select Plus comes at a starting price of Rs.29.10 lakh (ex-showroom, pre-octroi).
Visually, the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Select Plus looks fresh thanks to the new styling cues and decals. The company has introduced a range of dual tone body color options that have truly enhanced the overall appearance of the SUV. The new color range includes – Red and Black, Silver and Black, White and Black and Yellow and Black. The blackened portions of the SUV comprise of – the front grille, front bumper, fog lamp housing, wheel arches, the roof and the pillars and the new 17-inch alloy wheels. Among other features, the Pajero Sport Select Plus gets HID projector headlamps, LED daytime running lights, electrically operable chrome outside rear-view mirrors.
The changes made to the cabin are also pretty much on the same level. Some new additions include- illuminated scuff plates, cruise control, front headrest-mounted DVD players and a cooled glove box. Features carried over from the regular model are – beige leather interiors, leather-wrapped steering wheel, infotainment system with navigation with 6-speaker, and power adjustable driver seat among others. Under the hood, the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Select Plus comes with a 2.5-litre DI-Diesel engine with intercooler turbocharger that churns out a maximum of 176 bhp. The engine comes with both a 5-speed manual gearbox and an INVECS-II 5-speed torque convertor with Sports Mode. The automatic trim develops 350 Nm of peak torque and only gets 4×2, while the manual model makes 400 Nm of peak torque and comes with 4×4 as standard.