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# 201814 4-Sep-2016 20:56
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FOR SALE - Mitsubishi Pajero 1997


GDI V6 3500


Long Wheel Base - 7 seater/5 door




· Royal Blue


· Petrol engine


· Tiptronic Automatic


· ABS brakes


· Air conditioning


· Alloy wheels


· Central locking


· Driver and passenger airbags


· Power Steering


· Tinted rear and back seat windows


· Running bars


· Mitsubishi tow bar fitted (2013).




Low kms for age: 203,000


New WOF (expires Feb 2017)


New Rego (expires March 2017)




Very good condition – has a few minor scratches and a slight crease in the back bumper, which was there when we bought it.




Japanese import. Has had 2 NZ owners; we’re the second. We bought it from a friend who was emigrating in 2008 and have owned it since.




Most recently, we’ve replaced


· 2 Tyres (2014)


· Cam Belt and Water Pump, replaced by Mitsubishi dealership (2013)


· Battery (2013)


· Radio/CD player which was professionally fitted (2011).




This is a very reliable vehicle, has never missed a beat and it is a comfortable and smooth drive. Pretty efficient on fuel for such a large engine as it’s a GDI engine. Used lightly around our lifestyle block for pulling a small trailer etc. Has not been taken seriously off road.


Reluctantly selling for deposit for a newer 4WD.




$6,000 ONO




(Note - vehicle located in Martinborough but could be relocated to Wellington easily)

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  # 1622705 4-Sep-2016 20:56
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.

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