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Despite its neat handling and agility, the Mitsubishi Pinin is ideally suited to off roading and is certainly much more capable of it, but when it comes to travelling at high speeds along motorways I wouldn't expect too much. Despite the low ratio gearbox, excellent stability and traction and low centre of gravity the Pinin struggles when pushed too hard. The Mitsubishi Pinin is let down by its bouncy, low speed ride on tarmac. Although the harsh suspension compromises the ride, it increases handling confidence. Overall, the Pinin's handling is not bad at all. The front seats benefit from sufficient room but rear space is limited so although the Pinin is designed to fit 5 it is only really comfortable with 4, especially when travelling longer journeys. The boot space is a reasonable 166 litres. Selectable four wheel drive, green tinted glass and a pollen filter are standard features of the Mitsubishi Pinin. The interior of the Pinin is simple and uninspiring. The driver's seat guarantees comfort and is designed for improved driver safety while the reinforced cabin and energy absorbing front adds to the safety spec. ABS comes as standard plus driver and passenger airbag. Central locking and an electronic engine immobiliser secure the Pinin.