1996 MITSUBISHI PAJERO MINI VR-II
|Exterior color :||GREEN|
|Interior color :||GRAY|
|Doors :||2 Doors|
|Fuel Type :||Gasoline|
Factory equipment includes 15-inch steel wheels, a brush guard, fog lights, power-operated front windows, a compass, an altimeter, and a thermometer on the dashboard, and a cassette player.
Modifications include an Agesus 1.5-inch lift kit, KYB rear shock absorbers, and a Cobra POWER 500W power inverter.
Built to Japan's kei regulations, the Pajero Mini slotted far below the full-size Pajero (known as the Montero in some markets) when it made its debut in 1994. It offered users city-friendly proportions that allowed them to benefit from the lower taxes applied to kei cars and excellent off-road capability thanks in part to a part-time 4-wheel-drive system. Production ended in 1998.
Power comes from a 659cc turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, rated at about 63 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque. It spins the rear or the four wheels via a 3-speed automatic transmission and a 2-speed transfer case.
the tires are new, that the engine oil and fuel filter were changed about 200 miles ago, and that the timing belt, water pump, coolant, battery, brake fluid, and transmission fluid were changed in Japan at around 91,000 kilometers.