I have a 1995 Montero LS with 200,000 and still going strong.
Oil leak and timing belt fixed, purrrsss like a kitten.
Awesome rig in the winter!
Also pulls jet ski's in the summer!
I NEVER want to get rid of it...EVER!!
It was a fun vehicle to drive. 1 month
after I took ownership, in the garage
for fuel regulator $550.00. I haven't
even owned the veh a year and it is
back in the garage for: crankshaft
pulley. Garage attempted to take bolt
of and it snapped at the head.
Mitsubishi is quoting me $4000.00 for a
new Crankshaft because they won't just
replace the crankshaft. they have to
replace everything they touch why
removing the crankshaft. Good-bye
Mitsubishi for good.
I love this truck. I have always liked Monteros, but have never really found one to call my own. This all changed August 16th of this year when I took delivery of "Sam" my Montero. It is a great truck. I love the looks, power, and overall comfort. I was immediatly sold by the view of traffic affored by the high stance. It is very reliable and extremly comfortable. I live in the mountains and I can assure you that these trucks will go just about anywhere (that's if you have the nerve). I love the looks. My truck is a 1995 SR dressed in Sable Black with Warms Springs Silver trim. With chrome rims, a brush guard, and loads of other cool features it really turns heads. Again this is a very nice truck!
Missy the Mitsubishi has been a great car for me. I
wanted it because I needed a vehicle that would
work for me both as a personal vehicle and a flower
shop delivery vehicle. It has gone a many camping
trips and to the mountains, and all over the Denver
metro area. It has done many more floral deliveries
over the last couple of years as it has become far
more business than delivery. She's been great, but
then I have an expensive meticulous mechanic too.