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