For 2012, the Pajero model was minimally restyled and given an improved monocoque body and suspension with the series designation "NW".
For the 2015 model year the Pajero received an updated front fascia with a revised grille, LED daytime running lights and a new spare tire cover under the series "NX". This series is currently the most recent and still in production. The interior was revised to include metallic trim, piano black accents for the VR II, wood grain trim for the Exceed and Super Exceed and additional sound deadening material. The engines were carried over and include the 3.0 L 6G72 V6, the 3.5 L 6G74 V6, the 3.8 L 6G75 MIVEC V6, the 2.8 L four-cylinder turbo diesel 4M40, and the 3.2 L 4M41 common rail four-cylinder turbo diesel.
Notably, the Pajero features one of the most durable independent suspension designs for its class. This, coupled with the popular 3.2 L Di-D and 3.8 L MIVEC engines has contributed to a strong reputation for reliability in challenging environments such as Africa, Australia and the Middle East.
The Pajero was discontinued in Japan in August 2019 with the release of "Final Edition" model, which is limited to 700 units. However, is still sold in international markets where demand remains high such as Australia, the Middle East and South America, among others.
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Mitsubishi Pajero GLX & GLX-R models
GLX & GLX-R models kept the standard Mitsubishi Motors 8701A262 unit till 2014 (see Mitsubishi Pajero 2009-2014)