Are Mitsubishi Montero sports reliable?

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Are Mitsubishi Montero sports reliable?

The Montero Sport is a decent SUV (truck). The drive train is great and robust, the car holds up well when towing. The engine is powerful for the 2001 model year and has kept its pep throughout the years. It’s a solidly built car and is very reliable.

Is Mitsubishi Montero a 4 wheel drive?

Today, the Montero Sport is available in four trim levels: ES, LS, XLS and Limited. Each trim level comes with two- or four-wheel drive except the ES, which is available only as a 2WD model.

Why was the Mitsubishi Montero discontinued?

The ailing Japanese auto maker blames Endeavor’s slow out-of-the-box start on cannibalization from its truck-based Montero Sport. The SUV and CUV compete in the same size segment and at similar price points. Combined, they add up to increased utility-vehicle sales in the segment for Mitsubishi, says a spokesperson.

What replaced the Montero Sport?

Endeavor crossover
The Montero Sport lasted just one generation here in the United States, replaced in 2004 by the Endeavor crossover, which shared its underpinnings with the Galant and Eclipse.

Which is expensive Montero or Fortuner?

Pricing. Moving on to the higher end models and a quick look at the Mitsubishi Montero Sport’s price list reveals that it is the more expensive vehicle at its GT 4WD trim level. Its top of the line model comes in at P2,450,000, while the Fortuner LTD comes in with a price of P2,414,000.

What’s the wheelbase of a 2000 Mitsubishi Montero?

For 2000, the Sport gets new front and rear styling, a new rear suspension and several other equipment changes. The Sport uses the same 107.3-inch wheelbase as the Montero but has a shorter body that Mitsubishi describes as mid-size.

When did the Mitsubishi Montero Sport come out?

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What’s the difference between a Montero and a sport?

The Sport uses the same 107.3-inch wheelbase as the Montero but has a shorter body that Mitsubishi describes as mid-size. Whereas the larger Montero seats seven, the Sport accommodates five. The rear seat holds three, reclines and folds forward for extra cargo space.

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