Long before Mitsubishi officially came into India, its Pajero was a vehicle that one would always find in the garages of the well-heeled in India. And when the company started its operations here and launched the SUV officially in our car market, it did sell well.
The one Japanese company that has been often accused of not taking India seriously is waking up from slumber it seems. It has transpired that there are quite a few things cooking in the Mitsubishi oven.
Being fully aware of the risk of being called unfashionable and even antiquated, I make my next statement. I like the older dual-tone Pajero SFX! I like it better than the current model. Yeah, yeah, the newer one is better in almost all aspects and looks trendy
Power has always meant an Ambassador with a red light on top in India. Even despite the entry of more contemporary technology and cars, people with influential power in the country still travel in an Ambassador.
Mitsubishi Pajero was quite the SUV at a time in India but with changed times and intense competition Mitsubishi had to discontinue it because of dismal sales.