Tyre for Pajero Sport

Tyre Pajero Sport

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Production began in Japan in 1996, and was available for most export markets by 1997, where it was variously known as the Challenger, Pajero Sport in Europe, Montero Sport in North America, South America and thePhilippines, Nativa in parts of Latin America, the Caribbean and the Middle East, Shogun Sport in the United Kingdom,[1] and Strada G-Wagon in Thailand. Based on the Mitsubishi Strada pickup truck of the same vintage, sharing many components and some body panels (i.e. front doors), the first generation Challenger was also built on the second generation Pajero wheelbase, and served as a junior model to the larger Pajero.

Like the Pajero, it featured independent front suspension with torsion bars and a live rear axle. In addition to numerous face lifts over the years, there was a major suspension change from rear leaf to coil springs in late 2000. As its popularity increased, local assembly for foreign markets was introduced in China in 2003,[2] and Brazil in 2006.[3] Sales were discontinued in Japan in 2003, in North America in 2004 (where it was superseded by theEndeavor),[4] and central and western Europe in 2008.[5] In Japan, it was sold at a specific retail chain called Car Plaza.

The second generation of the vehicle, based on the ladder frame chassis of the Mitsubishi Triton, was gradually introduced to selected markets (Russia,South-East Asia and the Middle East) through the autumn of 2008, following its debut at the Moscow Auto Salon. 2.5 or 3.2 litre diesel and 3.0 or 3.5 litre V6 petrol engines are available as before, while five- or seven-seat interior configurations are offered.[5][9] As with the Triton pick-up on which it is based, production of the new Pajero Sport for all markets is concentrated inThailand.[10]

In August 1, 2015, Mitsubishi Motors unveiled the third generation of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport in Thailand and would be released as 2016 model year and would be powered by the new 4N15 2.4L MIVEC engine.[22]

For Indonesian market, the all-new third generation Pajero Sport was launched on January 29, 2016 in Jakarta, Indonesia, and was built in and imported from Thailand. The third generation Pajero Sport will be built and assembled soon at the new Mitsubishi Cikarang plant in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia, in April 2017.

The Pajero Sport/Montero Sport has 3 engine options. The old 4D56 MIVEC produce 136 PS and 314 NM (GLX Variant in Indonesia) and 4N15 MIVEC with Variable Geometry Turbo producing 181 PS and 430 NM (Dakar Variant in Indonesia and All Variants in Thailand and Philippines.)

 

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