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Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 2024: Australian pricing and specifications


The Triton-related Pajero Sport has gained another facelift, but 2WD variants have been dropped and prices are up by as much as $2400

Mitsubishi Australia has announced its facelifted Pajero Sport large SUV for the MY24 model year, which is now available in local dealerships. 

The Triton-based Pajero Sport has scored a refreshed exterior design, including updated upper and lower grilles, front and rear bumper garnishes and new multi-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels across the four grades, each with their own unique finishes. 

The Japanese automaker has also dropped 2WD Pajero Sports from the local lineup, citing a lack of demand for these variants. 

2024 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport facelift rear 3/4 shot
The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has been updated for the 2024 model year

As a result, price of entry for the 2024 Pajero Sport has climbed by $6600, with the base GLX five seater now costing $51,490 before on-road costs. 

At the top end of the lineup, the flagship GSR now costs $64,840 before on-road costs. 

Pricing in general has increased by between $1600 and $2400, depending on the variant.

With the launch of the new-gen Mitsubishi Triton, this could be one of the last facelifts for the current-gen Pajero Sport before it’s completely overhauled. 

MY24 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GSR interior steering wheel
The MY24 Pajero Sport gains the new-gen Triton’s steering wheel, plus 8.0-inch cluster

The Pajero Sport competes directly with other large SUVs such as the Toyota Hilux-based Fortuner, the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado and the Ford Everest

What else is new for the Pajero Sport SUV in 2024?

Mitsubishi has tweaked a few things for its Pajero Sport, including the following:

  • Black headlamp extensions now standard equipment across the range
  • GLX variant gains automatic dusk sensing headlights and rain sensing wipers
  • GLX also gains black finish for its exterior mirror caps, door handles and tailgate handle 
  • New Blade Silver Metallic paint for GLX, GLS and Exceed
  • New Graphite Grey with black roof paint option for flagship GSR

In terms of interior changes, the Pajero Sport now benefits from a new three-spoke leather steering wheel taken directly from the new-generation Triton ute. Also new inside is the newest version of Mitsubishi’s adaptive cruise control, with owners now no longer able to switch between standard and adaptive cruise. 

MY24 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GSR interior
The two-tone upholstery featured in the MY24 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GSR

The GSR and Exceed variants now add revised instrument display graphics through an 8.0-inch digital driver display. 

Mitsubishi says the flagship Pajero Sport GSR has had substantial improvements to its cabin, including the addition of two-tone, diamond-pattern synthetic leather upholstery, along with Dark Titanium finish for the bezels, dash garnishes and door panels. 

The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport continues to be powered by a 2.4-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine that produces 133kW/430Nm. It’s exclusively paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive. 

2024 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport facelift front end angle
Subtle tweaks have been made to the front of the Pajero Sport SUV

Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 2024: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • GLX five seat: $51,540 (+$1600)
  • GLS seven seat: $56,890 (+$1700)
  • GLS Deluxe seven seat: $59,240
  • Exceed seven seat: $62,590 (+$1900)
  • GSR seven seat: $64,840 (+$2400)