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Welcome to DodgeRaider.com
Welcome to the ultimate online authority for the rare Dodge Raider SUV including a North American classifieds section which displays all Dodge Raider’s for sale on Craigslist in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The Dodge Raider is a somewhat cult classic SUV that was only produced for three years in 1987, 1988 and 1989.
The Dodge Raider was simply a rebadged Mitsubishi Pajero known as the Montero in North America. It was only imported and rebranded by Dodge for three years during the first generation body design of the Mitsubishi Montero. Although the Montero was produced as both a two and four door SUV the Raider was only available as a two door model with a rear hatch.
DodgeRaider.com is designed to be a consumer resource for both potential buyers and sellers of Dodge Raider SUVs. This includes a comprehensive classifieds section, free listing ability along with sales history for reference purposes. You will also find as this site develops information about Dodge Raider parts, engine swaps, lift kits, diesel info, off-road accessories and detailed specifications. Additionally as demand dictates it, this site will feature a Dodge Raider focused forum and community for Dodge Raider owners and enthusiasts.
Mitsubishi Pajero Nameplate
The Mitsubishi Pajero was rebranded as the Montero for North America and first introduced in 1982 as a recreational vehicle to compete with the Land Rover, Toyota Land Cruiser and the Nissan Patrol internationally.
Raider Rebadge & Marketing:
The success of the Mitsubishi Montero over the first five years led to a new redesigned model with upgraded amenities including alloy wheels, front seat heaters and covers along with a premium sound system. Dodge rebadged the two door version as the Raider for model years 1987, 1988 and 1989. Dodge marketed the Raider to the North American market as a rugged SUV similar to the Jeep Wrangler (YJ) and included both standard and diesel four cylinder engines as well as a 3.0 liter V6 motor. Part-time four-wheel drive was standard on all models.
Dodge Raider Off-Road Use
Like other box-like rugged SUVs of the time including the Wrangler and Suzuki Samurai, the Dodge Raider is typically heavily modified for off-road use. This includes adding lift kits and other custom suspension parts along with heavy-duty bumpers, racks, mud-terrain tires, winches and other 4×4 accessories.
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