2006 mitsubishi montero review




2006 mitsubishi montero review

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    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    I have owned many cars in the past 40 years and I find the Montero ranks among the top vehicles I have owned. The price was also a big plus. And free is good, right? Please follow the instructions below to enable JavaScript in your browser.

    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    Mitsubishi Montero | Pricing, Ratings & Reviews | Kelley Blue Book

    This is my second Montero, and I believe that Mitsubishi never marketed this vehicle correctly or it would have been a much bigger seller for them. I have recommended a Montero to several friends.

    None of them had it on their list and and at least two of them bought one after test driving it. The fit and finish of the interior, and materials used are without doubt better than anything in its price range. Performance is more than adequate, with nice acceleration; the transmission knows exactly when I need it to downshift even better than my Lexus!

    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    The third row seat fits flush into the floor so it's completely out of the way when you don't need it. No need to fool around with a multitude of electronics; just get in it, put it in Drive, and go! In 24k miles I have had no reliability problems.

    I heartily recommend this SUV! Your feedback has been sent to Cars. Substitute Lexus LX I really wanted an LX I had traveled long-distance with a hunting buddy and his was extremely nice, no question. Popularity has a definite cost. The smaller engine means that it's no drag-racer which may be partly why it isn't imported here anymore, '06 was the last year but that isn't what I needed. The price was also a big plus. I bought what was a very expensive car new, for mere pennies on the dollar nobody seems to know what these cars are!

    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    And, at 21K miles it's still under the factory warrenty for a few more months. Lifespan on it should go K plus easily. I have owned many cars in the past 40 years and I find the Montero ranks among the top vehicles I have owned. The ride is comparable to some luxury cars. My only has 53, miles, and is better than the current Fore Runner in every category, especially comfort, style and road noise.

    I have had folks ask me if I am ready to sell it, and as I now search for a larger SUV, I have great doubts about giving it up, as I know that the next one will drink more gas, however, I need larger capacity with towing ability, which you do not get from any 3.

    This SUV is hard to beat. This is the third Montero I have bought, the first being a used SR. These vehicles are ideal for the kind of off-road driving I regularly do, and by far outperform any of it's competitors.

    2006 mitsubishi montero review

    The '06 is luxurious, quiet with adequate power and economy. The vehicle is somewhat susceptible to crosswinds, but very few high profile SUV's are immune to this. I owned a Montero LS and have been sick ever since I traded it in for a smaller, more economical daily commuter where capabilities needed to deal with snow and getting to work dependably. My Montero had everything we needed for several days in the woods needed to decompress.

    The driver's front seat was a "trucker seat" that softened the ride in off-road conditions. That is sorely missed on competitive models. The seat was the best thing for my back-if I had any kinks they were long gone by the time I got home from work or gym. I was in one "front-ender" once and even the investigating officer stated the CSPD needed "some trucks like mine! The biggest mistake Mitsubishi made was to scale down the Montero to the Sport and hope the public would not notice.



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