By HAITHAM RAZAGUI18/05/2017A GLARING omission from the Mitsubishi
Pajero Sport when it arrived in late 2015 to replace the aged Challenger
off-road SUV was a third row of seats.It took almost a year for them to
be introduced, which should have provided enough time for the Japanese company
to think about how best to do it.But as we found, Mitsubishi engineers
have clearly treated Australia’s requirement for child seat top tethers as an
afterthought and delivered a poor solution.As such we would find it
difficult to recommend the Pajero Sport to families with offspring young enough
to require child restraints.If your children are old enough to no
longer require a child seat, you are in luck because there is a lot to like
about the rest of the car.Click here for the full review...
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