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    4x4 jeep is required, My options would be Mitsubishi Pajero 1984-1992 3 door, Toyota Land Cruiser II Prado 3 door 1984-1992. Jeep should be Isb or Lhr registered and should be in good condition budget would be 10 lakhs. This would be my first 4x4 as i never owned a 4x4. And please tell me pros and cons about these jeeps. As i have no idea about them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alijees View Post
    @Demonoid That is quite a statement to make considering Toyota outshines Mitsubishi even on the darkest of days and one should not make such tall claims simply because you own a Pajero.
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    Sir its all about facts, not coz i own Pajero!

    -> Mitsubishi Pajero is decently capable off-road, especially on high-speed dirt roads--much like a rally stage, which is really Mitsubishi's off-road forte. It is smaller, but also quicker around corners and in real-world driving conditions. A comfortable SUV, you will never get tired off driving coz of its comfortable seats & suspension!

    -> Pajero is cheaper in price & maintenance than Toyota Land Cruiser.
    -> Toyota 1KZ-TE gives you average 5-6 Km/ltr in local, & 4D56 TDi gives you average around 8-10 Km/ltr in local
    -> Mitsubishi is nowhere near the league of the the Toyota Land Cruiser based on performance, space, versatility, refinement and comfort.
    -> Mitsubishi Gave LSD (Limited Slip Diff) in Pajero SWB 1991-1997, even Diff Lock in some models which is very rare
    -> Mitsubishi gave Coil Springs in rear suspension in Pajero SWB 1991 to onwards, While Toyota only gave coil springs in Land Cruiser II (LJ / RJ / KZJ 70,73,78 Prado) 1990-1996

    Now According to me

    The Mitsubishi Pajero is:a.) roomy enough with a versatile interior
    b.) able to handle both rough roads and moderate 4x4 trails very well
    c.) able to handle tight and twisty mountain roads very well
    d.) equipped with a suspension that is comfortable and offers very good body-control, and that can resist chassis pitching and yawing when you do emergency lane-changing maneuvers. 'Nuff Said
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    @Huziafa bhai (Demonoid)
    Although I own a Mitsubishi ...but no Doubt that Toyota Engineering is the Best that's why i have Finally put a Toyota Motor in My Mitsubishi . And i am Happy on That.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gujar96 View Post
    If we compare both of these jeep's which one is better?
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    Sorry bro i'll not agree with you on this as i have once driven toyota FJ70 LC and with a 1KZ-TE its a beast and can any time smoke out 4D56 TI but i donot hate Mitsubishi, well Toyota has a long history of producing 4x4's.
    dear poster and brother when you already well versed with every thing than why you want a mitsu toyota war. here

    If you have More than 1 million go 4 toyota other wise ....
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    Just an FYI, if your future vehicle is meant to see offroad action then a TLC 70 series (preferrably equipped with a 1HZ or a 1PZ engine) with its heavy duty axles would be a better choice than a Prado.
    And there goes the Challenger, being chased by the blue, blue meanies on wheels.

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    I am for Land Cruiser and it is based on my experiences with both types......... I compare it in my own way.........Pajero is like a girl friend which you handle with great care but Land Cruiser is just like a hooker,whatever you do with it,it won't say any thing..........

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    @ joinami

    ur right mate but combination of mitsu-yota is awsome.Seriously im searching for three door and will do 3ct swap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adeel_malik View Post
    @ joinami

    ur right mate but combination of mitsu-yota is awsome.Seriously im searching for three door and will do 3ct swap.
    Ha Ha all rights reserved...lol...believe me you will love it when u Transplant a Motor and make a Mitsu-Yota .....just try to grab a good 3CT . as it took me 1 year to gather a decent collection of 3CT .

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    Quote Originally Posted by joinami View Post
    Ha Ha all rights reserved...lol...believe me you will love it when u Transplant a Motor and make a Mitsu-Yota .....just try to grab a good 3CT . as it took me 1 year to gather a decent collection of 3CT .

    regards and best of luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by asifcae View Post
    sir g japaniaun ko pata lag gia tu sue kar daygay ap ko hehhehehehehehe
    ha ha ha ...well said asif bhai
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    @Demonoid

    For a kid who has just started getting into 4x4s, I believe making absolute statements belittles your logic.
    Putting up numbers and facts without any solid experience shows nothing but bias.
    Toyotas are all-rounders and far more reliable, dependable than any Mitsu manufactured machine.

    Not to keep the Toyota vs Mitsu war going, as any time some one posts something regarding any 2 different brands, is likely to stir up some emotions among enthusiasts.

    In the end, live and let live and to each their own I say.

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    @ alijeesvery well said bro.I totally agreed to what u say.Moreover its not a worth comparison between mitsubishi and toyota.both had there pros and cons.and a very well statement by a fellow pak wheeler.Pajero is like a girl friend which you handle with great care but Land Cruiser is just like a hooker,whatever you do with it,it won't say any thing.......... .cheers
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    Just wondering, what did you ended up with @gujar96 ? And what lessons learnt? Any advise you want to extend ..

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    Just wondering, what did you ended up with @gujar96 ? And what lessons learnt? Any advise you want to extend ..

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