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    AoA Bros,
    i need your help regarding Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution 1997. I am a student and need an SUV for myself. I really love this SUV by its looks. I also like Toyota Rav4 but its a little more expensive.
    I just wanted to know that :
    what would be the fair price of this machine and what about the fuel economy of this car? as i am student and cannot afford too much.
    Is it only available in Petrol engine or is there a diesel variant too?
    What about the resale, parts and mechanic?

    please bros im a noob in SUV matters and i dont even know whether to call it an SUV or jeep... Please help me finding the best suitable SUV for myself.
    thnx


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    Quote Originally Posted by NASFOREVER View Post
    AoA Bros,
    i need your help regarding Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution 1997. I am a student and need an SUV for myself. I really love this SUV by its looks. I also like Toyota Rav4 but its a little more expensive.
    I just wanted to know that :
    what would be the fair price of this machine and what about the fuel economy of this car? as i am student and cannot afford too much.
    @nasforever

    Hate to be a heart breaker but unless you are a RICH student(something close to like err... Bilawal Zardari), it is likely to burn your pants off than just put a hole in your pocket....parts and fuel economy ain't any cup of tea!
    But if the 'need for speed syndrome' has stung you hard, this is it!
    MEN DO IT AT DAKAR!!!

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    Sir g behter hai ye 4x4 wala siyaappa apnay sir na lo ....

    4x4s and jeeps have no sympathy for anyone dude ....
    Drop a gear, and disappear

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    Quote Originally Posted by MITSU_MAN View Post
    @nasforever

    Hate to be a heart breaker but unless you are a RICH student(something close to like err... Bilawal Zardari), it is likely to burn your pants off than just put a hole in your pocket....parts and fuel economy ain't any cup of tea!
    But if the 'need for speed syndrome' has stung you hard, this is it!
    lol@ burnt pant and Bilawal Zardari

    Sir Jee!! tussi tay munde tu dara hi ditta aae

    @Nas

    Pajero Evo, at best, will give you 4 km/l in city and 6 km/l on highway. This is if you have a feather-light foot for the accelerator. "Masti" with accelerator may bring the mileage per liter down to even 1.5km/l.

    Pajero Evo is designed to run on 91 octane fuel, our Super is 87 octane, so, either you add octane boosters with Super or fill it in with High Octane fuel. Since the available fuel quality is not so admirable, you will need to regularly use Injector Cleaners with fuel

    Parts,,,, thats a bad story whenever you need them. Some you will find locally but most are needed to be imported from Dubai. You can order them by email and then have to pay 800/kg to the khaipia who will bring them to you door step.

    If you are still looking forward to have an Evo,,, welcome to the club,,, Mitsu or I would be able to help with the guidance but you will have to rob a bank or two regularly

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    Would help if you told us your budget OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MITSU_MAN View Post
    @nasforever

    Hate to be a heart breaker but unless you are a RICH student(something close to like err... Bilawal Zardari), it is likely to burn your pants off than just put a hole in your pocket....parts and fuel economy ain't any cup of tea!
    But if the 'need for speed syndrome' has stung you hard, this is it!
    Quote Originally Posted by saidhi View Post
    lol@ burnt pant and Bilawal Zardari

    Sir Jee!! tussi tay munde tu dara hi ditta aae

    @Nas

    Pajero Evo, at best, will give you 4 km/l in city and 6 km/l on highway. This is if you have a feather-light foot for the accelerator. "Masti" with accelerator may bring the mileage per liter down to even 1.5km/l.

    Pajero Evo is designed to run on 91 octane fuel, our Super is 87 octane, so, either you add octane boosters with Super or fill it in with High Octane fuel. Since the available fuel quality is not so admirable, you will need to regularly use Injector Cleaners with fuel

    Parts,,,, thats a bad story whenever you need them. Some you will find locally but most are needed to be imported from Dubai. You can order them by email and then have to pay 800/kg to the khaipia who will bring them to you door step.

    If you are still looking forward to have an Evo,,, welcome to the club,,, Mitsu or I would be able to help with the guidance but you will have to rob a bank or two regularly
    Considering the average fuel consumption of this car I AM NOT BUYING IT..
    Thankyou everyone of you for your time and replies...
    But i really like its shape

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    Quote Originally Posted by NASFOREVER View Post
    Considering the average fuel consumption of this car I AM NOT BUYING IT..
    Thankyou everyone of you for your time and replies...
    But i really like its shape
    good decision.as far as liking is concerned i really like the shape of Katrina but i cant afford her! Lolzzz. Liking is something and being able to afford is another! A wise decision by u my friend.pay attention to ur studies n INSHAALLAH ALLAH willing u will get a better car then the Mitsu Evo n be able to afford its expenses!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zunny View Post
    good decision.as far as liking is concerned i really like the shape of Katrina but i cant afford her! Lolzzz. Liking is something and being able to afford is another! A wise decision by u my friend.pay attention to ur studies n INSHAALLAH ALLAH willing u will get a better car then the Mitsu Evo n be able to afford its expenses!
    Hahahaha i respect that.
    thank you for Dua JazakAllah

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