2003 Mitsubishi Montero Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (3.8L 6cyl 5A)
I pick Montero Ltd, after previous
accident where I was rear-ended my back
was to sensative and not too many SUV's
seats would make me comfortable. I sat
and test drove many SUV's in mid-/high-
30K's range and none of them could make
comfortable a 6'2" man. The only one
that I like was a Toyota Landcruiser
those seat were perfect but price of
$58K quickly spook me away. Mitsubishi
delear was extremely sweet and I was
able to get a loaded Montero Ltd with
prefer package for $31K. Plus I got an
execelent value on my trade-off. It is
approximatelly 2 months since I own my
Montero and I am completely satisfied.
COMFORTABLE SEATS. Creamy-rich leater
interior. Crisp sound from sound
system. 7-passangers seating capacity
when I need. 4wd on-damand. Very good
performance and handling for vehicle
this size and weight. Quite interior
(when all windows are up). Dial
More legroom for 3rd row. More hp but
not to much to sacrifise fuel economy.
Rear view camera for backing up.The
only glitch that I had (twice already)
that fuel-to empty ounter on the
computer display is not being reset is
I am trying to add fuel while I have
more than half-tank.
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