The Mitsubishi Pajero Mini Is a Very Tiny, Cute Off-Roader

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  • For all you people driving big engined older Cars. They got 65 Ho from 650cc. The Pajero was Sold as the Shogun here in the UK, in both SWB and LWB.

  • We have that pajero.

  • 'paJAIRoh' oh no

  • Bring back these cars . They are long lasting . Cars nowadays are trash 🗑

  • Pajero??? It means wank&er in other countries

  • I would have loved this car in the 90’s

  • 2021 Bespoke 1000hp McLaren Hypercar: [FUCKING SNORE] 90's Mitsubishi Pajero mini: 💪💪💪😄😄🤩🤩🤩🤩

  • Make video on Toyota hilux LN 109 ssr

  • I have to listen in slow mode to actually understand what Doug is actually saying. Too much talking speed

  • こんなことされたら、日本の中古車市場が高騰しちゃうじゃないか

  • Let's not forget that we have Pajero > Pajero Sport > Pajero Pinin > Pajero Mini !

  • Back in Japan they call it the Pajero regular.

  • Pllzz send this pajero in my countryy Pakistan

  • I have found my dream car

  • This is awesome !

  • It was sold in Australia as Pajero io . pronounced individually. Did not have a diesel so it didn't sell well however I still see a few getting around in the city.

  • You're driving a non turbo version that has only 51hp. Try the turbo version with 63hp, not really fast but somehow a better version.

  • *What's the meaning of Pajero in Spanish?*

  • In my country right hand drive is the road car law for all cars

  • Wish I could import this car in my country. They banned old cars. Only 8yrs before cars are allowed

  • in japan auction this car sold 200$ in cars and bids cost 8999$ WTF?

  • Very biased review for such a nice car

  • It's paHHHHHero for crying out loud. You pronounce the J as you would in Juan. I mean how hard is it really? Google translate -> Detect language -> Listen

  • In Europa we even had another mini-Pajero called the Pajero Pinin because it was designed by Pininfarina. It was a little bigger than this one and had a "normal" sized engine for Europe.

  • Hi there, does this cute car can put in N mode for towing?

  • Don’t know where you keep getting the wrong horse power specs from, the maximum power for a kei car is 64 horse power, that would be in the intercooler turbo one.

  • I never understood the use for a remote start I'm not sitting in the car so it's completely useless

  • Called a pajero IO here with a 1.5ltr 4 cylinder motor in Australia

  • Thought this looked familiar. Here in the UK, the big version is sold as the Mitsubishi Shogun. We get our own unique name for this vehicle. Also, Mitsubishi were somewhat freewheeling with respect to licencing other car makers to build their own version. No less than *six* different Chinese car makers are licenced to build in-house versions, and at one time, Hyundai was also a part of the licencing ecosystem. Consequently, anyone travelling in the requisite parts of Asia frequently, will see Pajero/Montero/Shogun clones with strange badging and in some cases , a strange collection of alternative names into the bargain. For example, incarnations of the big brother vehicle made by GAC Changfeng, rejoice in the name of "Leopard Black King Kong". I am, however, *totally* in agreement with Doug on one matter with respect to the baby version reviewed above. Mitsubishi really should have exported this. It would have sold like hot cakes here in the UK, and I suspect it would have fared well in continental Europe as well.

  • I drove one in Spain where its know as the Shogun Pinin. Economic, totally reliable, go anywhere vehicle. Motorways (freeways), mountain tracks, village streets. sold when I came back to the UK. And available here in the uk used.

  • This car is my spirit animal

  • Doug, you should review Bremach Taos (UAZ Patriot) :)

  • Just noticed this was filmed in TN. I wonder if I’ll see this car around town haha

  • I would rather own this over the jimney... even if they cost the same

  • The reverse-gear beeping was a standard Japanese car feature, along with a little bell dinging when you crossed 100 km/h. My friend had one of these Minis in the late 90s and it was great!

  • Why do Japanese imports always have wind deflectors? Is it because they are fond of smoking??

  • Doug thought they were power mirrors....lol!

  • I wouldn't mind having one It's not useful but be fun for weekend hiking trips and ocean trips. Only issue is being in California this would cost 15k :(

  • I strongly disagree with Doug that those fender mirrors are ugly. On the contrary, I really think they look great and love how Japanese cars used to have those fender/hood mirrors.

  • Check out the Pajero IO next!

  • In the Philippines they have many of these, I’m sure this Pajero would of been popular in America if it was available back then. There is many awesome cars in Asia that needs to be brought over.

  • Why move so much while recording?

  • Doug run that stop sign

  • Doug forgot to wash the dirt under his chin

  • Those Mitsubishi Fapper's are really nice. They're a great alternative to the Toyota prado

  • I am watching this video after my parents sold the Pajero

  • "野長" I don't know how to read...

  • Damn that thing is depressing

  • Do Isuzu Amigoo pls

  • YES , IF you fit .... the usual Japanese are much smaller than you

  • Actually Doug I can extend my antenna from inside my 1998 Toyota Corolla. So yes I can do that in my car. :-)

  • I wouldn't mind having one of these for driving around town. I rarely go anywhere that I'll exceed 35mph

  • I’ve got an antenna in a similar spot on my car(84’ Volvo 245)

  • 4:00 I feel like my kids would try to put the antenna in the key slot and turn it

  • That's both a cute and very nice car that i would happily own tbh.

  • so you have the suzuki jimmny, vitara, samurai, and now the mini pajero

  • SUZUKI SAMURAI CLASS

  • I can picture Doug on a song with Twista. Man he can talk fast! Lol

  • Aaaaaa pa llero wtf

  • DOES THAT SPEEDO SAY 140 ?!?!?!

  • go to japan and review suzuki alto turbo rs

  • Mr. DeMuro, you need to travel to Japan and spend three months reviewing as many cars as possible! (With a smart Japanese co-host who can explain why the quirks aren't so quirky.)

  • Not a "tiny" door, but "skinny". Wow, that's a lot of controls in front of the front passenger! It's like they're a co-pilot! That "reverse" buzzer for the driver is a great idea! Looking at that back storage space, how does this car compare to a PT Cruiser? Is that an SUV? Or a crossover? On your Doug Score, what are examples of 10s in each category? I've said this elsewhere, but if Ford made e-SUVs (which is just a F-150 Lightning with a cab), I'd buy one. If Ford made a mini-F series e-SUV similar to this (like a shorter Maverick (Ford Colt?)), with flexible storage, I'd definitely buy one.

  • lol,it's smaller than the Pajero Pinin ,that I was thinking it was the smaller Pajero :D

  • Jajajaja in Spanish means wank hahahaha(≧▽≦)

  • These are quite common in Pakistan.

  • I hate the segments where you drive. There is nothing interesting to look at. Please change that segment to gopro shot from your head to show us how it feels to drive that car, not how it feels to see your face in the car.

  • I would love to see Doug review more Kei cars. I’ve driven a lot of them and they can be excellent vehicles in their own way! This Pajero Mini is way more basic than some of the nicer cars on offer.

  • "Montero Sport Sport" hahaha

  • higher rpm on a smaller displacement engines is understandable.

  • Mitsubishi Delica Star Wagon 1991-1996 THE BEST!!!!!

  • AKA Pajero JR (junior)

  • Here in italy, if you go anywhere in the mountains, you'll see tons of either these, or 1st gen Panda 4x4s

  • “Laughs in spanish”

  • Doug, review my 1995 Honda Acty Street 4WD Van please!

  • I Love Doug Demuro You-Tube Channel! (Thank You!!)🖥👁💕 And I want to watch Doug Demuro review for Pajero「io」. I feel Pajero「io」,is The Best Pajero version. Not too Big & not too small and just size for Daily Drive.🚘 Very Good Performance & Popular Car in Japan. ( so when if you get a Chance! Try It Please!! )

  • Same thing as a dodge raider?

  • 8:00 The labels point in the direction of going. 15:56 We had a this same Suzuki in France between years 2000 and 2013. 1000 c.c. 4-cylinder engine (65 hp). Not the fastest car, but very practical for taking the kids to school and groceries chores... We had to part with it due to an accident which got the engine nearly on the knees of my wife...

  • The dealer sticker on the tailgate said Asahikawa Mitsubishi, which is a city in Hokkaido, northern Japan. They do get snow. Probably the reason why the original owner bought a Kei SUV

  • We already had a car like this available in the 90s.. the tracker ❤

  • 15:53, this imbecile talks about japanese kei cars...and shows a korean Daewoo.

  • Hey Doug, couple suggestions man, first..get more original and stop starting every one of your shorty videos with ‘this’ also man, stop wearing two 2 t shirts..and also no one gives a shit about cars and bids

  • if i see someone near the car and pull the antenna out of that remote, i'd think he's detonating a boom in that car XD

  • 301 PERSONAS SON .. PAJEROS... jajajaja

  • you should check Land Rover Freelander 3 door - it's quite RAD

  • doug i dont think 130 inches is 3302 meters ...

  • Gotta shave your under chin hairs

  • the 2021 jimny looks almost the same

  • Tennessee Tech University!!!

  • Doug: " The seller sells a lot of japanese vehicles". The cars and bids listing: Seller type: Private seller. Right...

  • I know this video is two weeks old now, but maybe this comment section can help me! Since finding this video I instantly fell in love with this vehicle and found a listing in my province for one two days after the video came out. They're usually worth about 12k in Canada but I found one that wasn't running and got it for 1k. Me and my parents drove 14 hours to pick it up and bring it back home. In addition to needing engine work it was missing a lot of original bits and features such as the key fobs. I have been trying my hardest to find replacements or previously owned ones and haven't had any luck. Do any of you have any leads for me? It's such a long shot but I would love to replace as many of the missing bits as possible (including owners manual, Japanese labels, radio which are missing) and the key fob would be so nice to have! Thank you in advance if anyone sees this and has any information!

  • Holy sh!t, amazing what stuff will reach in value if you just import it. I'm in Okinawa right now about to sell one for like 500-1000. And mine's a special Snoopy Edition one too. 9k for one sounds insane to me. ... Though I did almost destroy it in a mud pit off-roading in the jungle. I probably could've gotten 1500-2000 for it if I hadn't... BTW, yeah, you pay for the whole RPM gauge, and you use the whole RPM gauge... just to drive like a normal car... It's a real struggle bus. If you're thinking about getting one in the states, just bare in mind, you will be flooring it to achieve (if at all) the speed limit on the highway. It seems like it's designed to take it though, I've tried everything I possibly can to kill the engine in mine, and it just keeps truckin. Also, its actual horsepower is closer to 50 horsepower, not 65, I'm not sure where he got that number from. Maybe he got that number from what the HP limit on kei cars was in 1996. But here's the thing, Japan steadily increased the HP limit on kei cars over the decades, but... Mitsubishi never really bothered keeping up with the times, they used the same 4A3 engine, making about 50 horsepower, in the pajero mini for a LONG time.

  • Send it out here to Australia if you don't like the right-hand-drive. It's perfect for us....

  • Remote starter: not a quirk, but a safety feature. If the Yakuza wires your car to explode, then you want to be as far away as possible when you start it.

  • Also Pajero in Oz.

  • In india its exists as a full sized variant

  • The Jimmy makes a tonne of sense now

  • "...made about 65 to 70, 75 horsepower, depending on which version..." No, Doug, wrong. It made 64hp AT MOST, per the regulations at the time. And, actually, this is the XR-II, which means it is naturally aspirated and made 52PS.

    • Yep, I concur. The limit went up over the years, but mitsubishi never really bothered updating the engine to keep up with the times, so it really does make only about 50 horsepower at best.

  • Here in Chile "pajero" means wanker...

  • @doug demuro can you review the toyota prius c or the nissan leaf?