Mitsubishi showed a restyled Zinger minivan based on Pajero SportOctober 6, 2019
We have few people heard about this frame minivan, but in many Asian countries it is very popular. The interest of motorists in this model, built on a platform from Pajero Sport, is supported by a frame and an impressive ground clearance of 200 mm.
Mitsubishi has updated its Zinger frame minivan. The production of this car started back in 2005. Then the manufacturer borrowed the platform for his new product from Pajero Sport, however, unlike its donor, the minivan was equipped with rear-wheel drive. The model survived the last update in 2015, and now the brand is ready to offer customers a “frame” of the 2020 model year. The presentation of the news was organized in Taiwan. In this country, Zinger goes under the brand name CMC (China Motor Corporation).
The new Zinger boasts new head optics, a modified grille, other bumpers and other taillights.
The interior of the minivan has also undergone changes: a modern three-spoke steering wheel, a virtual dashboard, and advanced multimedia have appeared here. Salon can be presented both in a five-seater version, and in a seven-seater. The Mitsubishi Zinger is powered by a deformed 136-horsepower 4G69 2.4-liter with a peak torque of 206 Nm. A five-speed automatic transmission acts as a pair for him. For the most budget minivan will have to pay 659,000 Taiwan dollars.
Meanwhile, it became known that the cheap Suzuki Wagon R minivan will become a crossover. The new cross-version of the model popular in the Asian market will receive increased ground clearance, large wheels, an off-road body kit around the entire perimeter of the body, as well as new trim and modernized optics.
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