1990 Mitsubishi Pajero EXE turbo diesel


The side panel reads turbo wagon, it should rightly be changed to SUPER WAGON


The car was caught in a flood during heavy rains in Feburary of 2000. The previous owner rust-proofed and made it roadworthy, leaving out creature comforts. No Air-Con, No Factory - Radio.

The Clutch simply just went. Which was believed to be a product of the flooding.

Fuel Gauge becomes biased at times, primarily when below a quarter.

General Comments:

As far as reliability, comfort, performance and economy are concerned this car is an absolute stunner.

At most it costs $60 dollars for an entire tank of diesel, if driven economically half a tank will yield 370+ kms.

The rear end is leaf-sprung while the front is independant. A little different to my fathers range rover. Basically he can get to places I can't when 4WD on our hunting trips. Albiet insanely rocky terrain that any sane person wouldn't dare venture over.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 29th April, 2003

8th Mar 2010, 03:26

We bought a 1990 NG 2.5 turbo diesel exe wagon in April 2009. The only things I have had to do is replace the alternator belt and the rear tires.

This is by far the best vehicle we have ever owned.

13th May 2012, 23:09

I have driven one of these for the past 20 years. It has never let me down. It looks bad, but drives great. I will fly next week to Townsville, North Queensland Australia, and pick up the old beast and drive it to Melbourne. I am not worried about the vehicle getting me there. Then it will be up into the snow. This thing will go anywhere with relative ease. Top car.

1990 Mitsubishi Pajero NG 2.6


Great family off road car


When we first bought the Pajero, we were pleased with it; our previous car being a L300 four wheel drive, the Pajero felt like a dream to drive.

The starter motor stopped working after a few months, the catalytic converter blocked, we also bought a sports exhaust, because the standard muffler used to hang down, which is standard on all Pajero's.

After a year, we had to get the carby reconditioned because the secondary failed to open, the car just did not have any guts.

Shortly after getting the carby done, the head decided to give in.

General Comments:

This car can't pull cream off a rice pudding. I think it is caused by the catalytic converter.

Inside the Pajero is a bit small; they could have given them more room.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 18th August, 2002