In 1973, Mitsubishi Motors introduced the first prototype of Pajero line, this was followed by another prototype in 1978, called the Pajero II. It took another five years before the manufacturer would put this model of production. Name of the Pajero has been marketed in some countries as it does not turn positive in certain languages. This meant Mitsubishi should be forced to do the different brands on the basis of where the car was released as a result of the car also called Mitsubishi Shogun and 2014 Mitsubishi Pajero.
The first generation Pajero was the 1982 production of this generation came in 1991 and was originally released as a three door to a metal or canvas top and three different engine variants. The first generation came packed with features never seen before in the Japanese four-wheel drive vehicles.
Things that were standard they were, such as steering, suspension seats, a double-arm front suspension 2014 Mitsubishi Pajero appearance and availability of a turbocharged diesel engine. Later that year, release Mitsubishi added five door long wheelbase variant of its lineup. This was to make the Pajero more viable than a family car than just the off road vehicle. Between 1989 and 1990, Mitsubishi sold over three hundred thousand pajeros worldwide.
The second-generation Mitsubishi Pajero was released in 1991 and ended in 2000. This generation saw the re-designed as well as design and mechanicals. The frame was made larger, and the platform for what became known as the Super Select 4WD is also known as active tractor 4WD, this new four-wheel drive layout allowed drivers to switch back and forth between two wheels of four-wheel drive at speeds up to 60 mph. 2014 Mitsubishi Pajero new generation will also be used as anti-lock brakes and the later inclusion of this generation airbags and wider fenders.