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Pajero MK1 1988/89 exceed original flatroof auto vs Pajero MK2 1993/95 auto


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Im looking for Mk1 and MK2 pajero jeep, so i found original auto rear coil spring original flatroof exceed 1989 pajero and  mk2 1994/6 pajero price is not a problem i saw many people going for the mk1 palathsaba pajero and they say its easy to maintain and it has a more space than mk2, both those jeeps are in superb condition and no engine  issues both are newly rebuilded engine so i want to get advice for following points

*Comfortability 

*Market in second hand value

*spare parts price

*maintain cost 

Thanks, 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi and welcome to AL,

Yes both generations share the same hardware under their bodies.

look at re-sale value at these suv's you'll see the older mdl steadily going up in price.

But keep in mind they're decades after their scrap-by date.

 

TT.

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On 5/3/2020 at 1:31 PM, L.K said:

Im looking for Mk1 and MK2 pajero jeep, so i found original auto rear coil spring original flatroof exceed 1989 pajero and  mk2 1994/6 pajero price is not a problem i saw many people going for the mk1 palathsaba pajero and they say its easy to maintain and it has a more space than mk2, both those jeeps are in superb condition and no engine  issues both are newly rebuilded engine so i want to get advice for following points

*Comfortability 

*Market in second hand value

*spare parts price

*maintain cost 

Thanks, 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sounds almost too good to be true as I don't know if very many original flat roof Exceed spec specimens were ever brought down - legally at least.

There was a massive industry of "re-bodying" these so do check (or have a professional check) if there are any cuts or welds that shouldn't be there

Also see there is a way to decode the chassis to see if the factory specification lines up with the physical specimen

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