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Old 5th January 2006, 08:47   #1
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Hello All,

I have seen some MINI Pajero;s on Bangalore Road. Is theese are available bcoz i didnt found them on the PAJERO website.
If the MINI Pajero is available whats the ONROAD PRICE for bangalore.

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Old 5th January 2006, 11:09   #2
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CDManju,

Contact anyone of the reputed foreign car dealers in Bangalore. It should not be too difficult to source a mini Pajero at all.

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Old 5th January 2006, 12:01   #3
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There are 2 pajero's termed as mini. 1 is the 2 door short chasis of the normal pajero in different versions like hardtop, softtop, -- and the other is the real one a 800cc mini pajero--half the size of the full version. both are seen around though the real mini are very few. they were made only for the jap market in the late 80's and early 90's.
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Ask for the Pajero iO because thats what the lil one is called. It comes with a base 1800cc engine - not 800 - and there are other engine options like a 2400 and a 3 litre V6.

Its called "Ayyo Pajero!" in Gulf-mallu speak because it looks like somebody left the rest of the vehicle at the garage!
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I think in the UK it is called the Shogun Pinin. The SWB 3 door version is the entry level model. There is a bigger 5 door LWB model is the range as well.
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How much would a SWB (3-door) Pajero cost? 93-98 model. Are these readily available in India? And will they be reliable, given their age?
Finally, can HM/Mitsubishi be trusted to service and repair them? I'm asking since these were imported and not sold through HM.
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Steer,

I stumbled onto this post today. The "Ayyo Pajero!" bit was hilarious..

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Ask for the Pajero iO because thats what the lil one is called. It comes with a base 1800cc engine - not 800 - and there are other engine options like a 2400 and a 3 litre V6.

Its called "Ayyo Pajero!" in Gulf-mallu speak because it looks like somebody left the rest of the vehicle at the garage!
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I think in the UK it is called the Shogun Pinin. The SWB 3 door version is the entry level model. There is a bigger 5 door LWB model is the range as well.
Pinnin because it is assembled by Pininfarina in Italy
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Hi ,

Can any one provide me any info on where to source used pajero / mini pajero in Bangalore. Also would HM provide service for the mini pajero?
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hi..i have seen a 1996 model mini pajero 63000kms done(believe so)..automatic..when i did a test drive, the car was very light to handle and excellent to drive.
how much can i pay for it..dealer is looking for 5lakh..does it worth that much?
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Some pictures would increase the interest in the thread. Anyone has some?
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The Mini Pajero was produced from 1994 onwards and was offered in 660cc highly efficient and rev happy engines which were turbo charged as well as normally aspirated. It featured an AWD (i think) and was available as a three door version.

I had a friend's car with me for two weeks (automatic) and ill tell you its so easy to fall in love with. It is nimble and a pleasure to drive. A couple of years ago good examples would set you back by around 7 lakhs. Today they might be available in the range of maybe 5ish or even less, im not really sure.

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hi V-16

thanks for the info..i have some pics..but dont know how to post it )

BTW, what was the mielage you were geting with that mini AT?

'coz even that does matter for me..i cant use a car just to move from one diesel bunk to next!!
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Yes even I've noticed RED 2 door Pajero near BTM-B'lore.It was DL or MH registered but not KA.
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good jeep this

there was a cousin of this which was quite popular in the UAE etc- called the Galloper.

I have seen one of these in Bangalore

Also - very recently - 3 weeks ago or so, I saw a baby Nissan Patrol (white) with a DL registration -it was buzzing along near Koramangala.

nice looking jeep - I wish someone would come out with a good little Minim SUV - really waiting to see what that Skoda Yeti looks like in real life.

A mini SUV with 4WD and a good Turbo Diesel 2 litre engine is NECESSARY as a choice for young urban families who like to get away on weekends to some off beat places.

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The Mini Pajero was produced from 1994 onwards and was offered in 660cc highly efficient and rev happy engines which were turbo charged as well as normally aspirated. It featured an AWD (i think) and was available as a three door version.

I had a friend's car with me for two weeks (automatic) and ill tell you its so easy to fall in love with. It is nimble and a pleasure to drive. A couple of years ago good examples would set you back by around 7 lakhs. Today they might be available in the range of maybe 5ish or even less, im not really sure.

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