Just like the small wild cat it was named after, the Mitsubishi Pajero is rare and fierce. Also advertised as the Mitsubishi Shogun and the Mitsubishi Montero across different countries, the Mitsubishi Pajero made a huge mark in the car industry because of its timeless mechanical features and overall layout. On the outside, the Pajero is most distinct for its simple but unique profile. It flaunts Mitsubishi’s classic take on SUVs, which made the Pajero nameplate soar in popularity. Spanning 4 generations over the years, the Mitsubishi Pajero is offered in 3-door and 5-door variants that are powered by high-caliber engine types. As new versions unfolded, the vehicle emerged as a contemporary SUV suitable for both urban and rural roads. Since it gained massive success in different parts of the world, the Mitsubishi Pajero is one of the first few models that put SUVs on the map.