Very nice 1994 Mitsubishi Delica 4×4 turbo-diesel with ~63k miles (101,826 kilometers). Automatic transmission; high/low 4WD transfer case.
Well equipped with A/C (cold) and heater front and rear; bull-bar; running boards (steps) and power windows and sunroof. Good Michelin LTX A/T tires. Includes factory manuals and Japanese road-worthiness reports – inspected until last year and really great condition inside and out.
Drivetrain is great. Timing belt changed at 73k kilometers. Engine starts right up and has all ~105hp you expect. Transmission, steering, brakes all feel great.
Exterior is very nice – factory stripes are bright and blue paint is clean. One small mark on left upper fender and some fading on drivers door, but still very fine condition.
Interior is nice and with negligible wear like you’d expect for a vehicle well cared for with such low miles. Very flexible interior – 3-row seating – center seat assembly folds fore/aft so you can face forward or the center passengers can face the rear. Rear-most seat slides for and aft for more cargo room. Curtains are like new and nice glass power sunroof in the middle of the cabin. Seats fold flat to form a bed. Small jump-seat has a stain (coffee?). As is often the case with Delicas and Pajero – the altimeter binnacle n the dash has been removed in favor of a platform for smartphone, etc.
Japanese turbo-diesel vans offer a lot of utility for the money. Nice flexible interior; durable drive-train and quality engineering. Sensible alternative to a Volkswagen Vanagon Syncro or Eurovan.