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Toyota Land Cruiser 85 71.43%
Mitsubishi Pajero 34 28.57%
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Old 25th October 2004, 20:19   #16
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My Sister had a Mitsubishi Pajero and now is currently driving a 2004 LC my personal choice would be an LC with the amountof power and its great ride comfort coupled with its ff roading capabilities is a great car one of the best off roaders i would say . Pajero is not in the class off LC ..... i do not know why r we comparing the 2
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Old 25th October 2004, 21:20   #17
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LS470....boy nothing comes closer to it!
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Old 26th October 2004, 00:37   #18
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Quote[/b] (Firestarter @ Oct. 25 2004,18:49)]i do not know *why r we comparing the 2
We compare cars to know.. which one of it.. peoplelike!!! As far as i know.. both the Land Cruiser and the Pajero go head to head...be it a Prado or a Amazon....or a Colorado.. or a 2.8 or a 3.2...or a Pinin!!!....Have mentioned earlier too... Versions don`t matter....in this thread!!



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Old 26th October 2004, 18:47   #19
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both are gr8 in their own ways but i prefer the lc a bit more
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Old 1st November 2004, 22:54   #20
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Quote[/b] (comfortablywacky @ Oct. 25 2004,19:50)]LS470....boy nothing comes closer to it!
u mean lx470 dont you?
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Old 2nd November 2004, 23:39   #21
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Pajero man all the way I seen these babies move in the desert man and they just glide with ease and its fun taking one of them sand dune-ing amazing vech
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Old 7th November 2004, 04:47   #22
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have u guys forgotten the nissan patrol? have any of you`ll ever driven a patrol? both on and off road its the best SUV in its class. It is much more stable than the LC and Pajero. It has coil springs at the back as against leaf springs in a pajero. the engine is a 6 cylinder 4200 cc both for diesel and petrol and it can cruise all day at a 140kmph. trust me i have owned and driven all three and so far its the nissan patrol that has managed to make a space in our hearts! we have 4 of them 2 diesels and 2 petrols! amazing stuff....... oh btw we have tea plantations here in bangladesh that calls for a lot of off roading, so this information is based on first hand experience and ownership.
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PS i will be driving down to calcutta on the 16th in my Patrol so maybe we can meet up. i live in rawdon street at my grand parents place...no.6. u can site my great grand dads RR phantom 3 and bentley there too! i wish i could add a foto!
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http://drivetimedhaka.com/photo_lib/...t=0&pos=94

pics of our patrols where they belong..........at the tea plantations going through slippery mud during peak monsoons.
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mY CHOICE WILL BE THE PARIS-DAKAR WINNER FOR CERTAIN.
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Old 18th December 2005, 09:48   #25
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My choice would be the LC purely because of the optional V8, but I also like the styling of the LWB (non-Prado) LC a lot. Has the power of the 4.7 V8 has gone up to around 275 bhp in other markets too (apart from the US) ? The older (70's & 80's) LCs also had a certain amount of charm, since they were never used as pseudo luxo barges and were used for what they were designed to do...off roading!

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Old 18th December 2005, 20:57   #26
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Personally, I am not a SUV fan. But it's the Pajero for me.
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Old 18th December 2005, 21:16   #27
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LC all the way.

When the US invaded afghanistan a few years back they used the LC to win over afghan war lords. No one wanted a Pajero they all wanted the LC. It has a great reputation and is very durable.
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when it comest to PAris-Dakar its the pajero all the way. No1 wants the LC.
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Old 19th December 2005, 09:57   #29
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I prefer the Pajero when compared to the Prado..
But the Amazon Lc is in a league of its own..wow!!
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I had the pleasure of being chauffered around Delhi for a night in a fully (I mean fully ) loaded LC. It felt so brilliant. It had a wonderfully torquey turbodiesel that would gentley but firmly push you back into the seats when the throttle was pushed (as the chauffer floored it many a time). It was an amazing experience.
So I am always going to be a little bit partial to the Landcruiser. Arabs love it too!!(and the range rover)
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