Used Mitsubishi cars
are also easily found in Pakistan, with prices ranging from PKR 180,000 for a used Mitsubishi Lancer to PKR 12,500,000 for a used Mitsubishi Pajero. Currently, there are 962 Mitsubishi cars Pakistan
available for sale on Gari.pk.
About Mitsubishi Pakistan
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) is a prominent Japanese automaker, ranking as the fourth largest in the country. Despite having entered the Pakistani automobile market twice, Mitsubishi
has struggled to establish a lasting presence due to poor after-sales experiences and exorbitant pricing. In Pakistan, Dewan Mushtaq Motor Company (DMMC) acted as the local partner responsible for importing Mitsubishi cars
from Japan and selling them in the domestic market. While Mitsubishi Lancer, Mitsubishi Pajero, and Mitsubishi Galant have become iconic vehicles in Pakistan, the brand's reputation has been hampered by these aforementioned issues.
History of Mitsubishi
In the 1980s, Mitsubishi
made its debut in Pakistan and quickly became a symbol of prestige. However, by the late 1990s, the Japanese carmaker had left the market only to return in 2004. This time, Dewan Mushtaq Group brought back the Mitsubishi range of vehicles, which were once again warmly received by the public. The 1.3 and 1.6-liter Lancers, 2.5-liter V6 Galant, and Pajero captured the hearts of Pakistanis all over again. Dewan Group expanded the Mitsubishi lineup by adding two hatchbacks, Ek Wagon and Mirage, which were also well-received in the Pakistani market. Although Mitsubishi continues to make waves in many international markets, the brand has disappeared from Mitsubishi Pakistan
Performance and Technology in Mitsubishi Vehicles
All of the Mitsubishi motors available in Pakistan were highly preferred in their respective segments.
In January 1983, Mitsubishi Pajero was first showcased at the Dakar Rally. It was available in both 3-door and 5-door versions and offered a range of engine options including 2.0 & 2.6-liter petrol, 2.3-liter diesel, 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol, 2.3 and 2.5-liter turbo diesel, and 3.0-liter V6 petrol. The car had a choice of 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions. Pajero was initially the preferred choice of Pakistan's elites, but eventually lost its popularity to Toyota Land Cruiser and Prado.
The Lancer from Mitsubishi was also a well-known car in Pakistan, with the country's final version of the vehicle being the 8th generation model between 2004 and 2010. The Lancer's performance in the sedan segment was unrivaled and its distinctive appearance made it a standout from other models. The dual-tone color patterns gave the car an edge over other vehicles. The initial Lancer introduced in Pakistan featured a 1.3-liter engine, and over time, the engine capacity increased to 1.9 and 2.0 liters
Mitsubishi Ek Wagon
In 2013, the third generation of Mitsubishi EK Wagon was introduced in Pakistan. The car has a striking resemblance to the Nissan Dayz and is equipped with a 0.66-liter engine and a CVT automatic transmission. Despite its small size, the EK Wagon is not inferior to other Mitsubishi motors in terms of class. Its sleek side-swept headlights, rectangular chrome grille, and trapezium air intake on the large front bumper give it a stylish appearance.
Mitsubishi Cars in Pakistan
Import restrictions in Pakistan have made it uncommon to find Mitsubishi cars Pakistan
being imported into the country. However, those interested in purchasing a used Mitsubishi Pakistan
vehicle can browse through a variety of options available on Gari.pk.