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Pajero Sport Automatic

Pajero Sport is not a new car. It was earlier available as a vehicle with manual transmission. However, things changed last November, when the company decided to launch a new version of the vehicle. It’s needless to say that the new version, instead of having manual transmission, came equipped with automatic transmission. The name Pajero Sport Automatic was derived from this newly added feature of the vehicle.

A large share of the people who were in love with Pajero Sport decided to replace their old vehicle with the automatic version of this Mitsubishi creation. As a result, within a jiffy, authorized dealers of the company saw all the pieces of the newly launched car disappearing from their showrooms.

The automatic transmission is not the only feature that separates Pajero Sport from the Pajero Sport Automatic. The new car comes with a range of other modifications. Particularly, its exterior is significantly different from that of its predecessor. However, that doesn’t mean that Mitsubishi has kept its interior intact.

The Japanese automaker, known widely for its innovations, has included all the features it added to the limited edition Pajero model some time back into the Pajero Sport Automatic. Here, it must be mentioned that the limited edition model was launched just a few weeks before the launch of the automatic version of Sport.

The most exciting additions to the vehicle include an integrated DVD player, an advanced navigation system, a cooler box, and a fresh feature called reverse parking.