JDM 97 Mitsubishi Pajero Evo Manual with 124,600 miles. Factory manual 1 of under 500 ever made in manual. This things rips and looks so cool one of the coolest widebody kits offered on a production vehicle.
I have one myself and im blown away how well they handle on asphalt and dirt, these are really a race spec SUV, I've jumped mine, climbed hills and i am overwhelmed on how well it does. Mitsubishi really stepped it up on the Pajero Evolution. Wide body, long travel suspension, coilovers up front, torsion diffs front and back, skidplates, aero to keep it cool and straight, the frame is way different with more bracing, raised the rear diff and all suspension points higher to help from getting stuck in the sand. The front bumper is way ahead of its time as you see manufactures doing that now 25 years later, 280hp V6 6G74 mivec engine, Manual transmission with 4lo/4hi with locking center diff.
All stock besides for steering wheel, shifter and intake, non accident report. Had a full service done at 98,000 miles
This thing is really clean and runs great, Driver seat has some wear, nick in passenger door panel, center vent broke and tray under radio is lose, all flaws are pictured
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The road-legal version of the Pajero Evolution was produced between 1997 and 1999. It was based on the second generation Pajero but had many features unique to the model. Approximately 2693 units were produced in order to homologate the type for the Dakar Rally's production-based T2 class. It was equipped with a 3.5-litre 24-valve DOHC V6 6G74 engine with MIVEC and a dual plenum variable intake. This engine produced a claimed 275 bhp at 6500 rpm. The two-door body incorporated large fender flares, two fin-like rear spoilers, a hood scoop, and various other racing-inspired styling elements. Skid plates and mudflaps were included for additional off-road protection. Double wishbone independent suspension was used on the front and the rear used a multi-link independent suspension unique to the Pajero Evolution. 4WD was standard, with front and rear Torsen differentials.