2019 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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The first generation Mitsubishi Montero Sport-based pickup made its debut in 1996 in Japan, known as the Challenger for the first time, and reached the Philippines in early 2005. First example The Montero Sport in the Philippines was a new model that introduced Olivier Boulay Grille, a split design adorning the Mitsubishi model. then. The second generation of Montero Sport in 2008, was still based on the gathering. Compared to its predecessor, the second gene model is longer and now includes a third row of seats that increases seating capacity between five and seven. The style is cleaner, more curvy and more modern than the model. The third generation at the beginning of 2016 was replaced by Montero Sport.

Montero Sport now has a more dynamic line. In front of it is the Fascia Dynamic Concept Japanese brand, which combines the legendary Pajero grille with those found in the Evo Lancer symbol; It is limited to wide chrome plating. On both sides of the thin-beam headlamps, higher variants are equipped with LEDs. The edges are dominated by a prominent wheel belt for a stiffer look. The rear takes a unique long vertical headlights with LED tubes; This gives him a distinctive illumination sign.

2019 Mitsubishi Montero Sport
2019 Mitsubishi Montero Sport
Like the Strada brothers, the dashboard of the Mitsubishi Montero Sports is also very modern and like the car. Flowing lines are highlighted by a bright line extending from the top of the center stack to the center console. As before, it continues to be a three-line sports car.

All variants of Mitsubishi Montero Sport are powered by a 2.4-liter DOHC inline-4 4N15 diesel engine equipped with direct common rail electronic injection, variable turbo geometry and the Japanese-brand MIVEC system that produces 178hp torque and 430Nm of torque. This power pump can be converted to a 6-speed manual transmission or an 8-speed automatic transvestite. It can belong to two-wheel drive (M / T and A / T) or four-wheel drive (A / T only). The four-wheel drive version is equipped with Mitsubishi’s Super Select II 4WD system, which offers four settings designed to handle a variety of driving conditions, both on and off the highway.

Like its predecessor, the Montero Sport is based on the L200 / Strada pickups, the front body structure and the chassis are shared with the pickup brothers. It protects an independent double wishbone front suspension and a spring-mounted moving axle coil suspension from the model it replaces. Ventilates the front disc brakes and rear drum brakes in the disc. All types are equipped with standard 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped with 265 / 60R18 tires.

Most importantly, the standard safety features of the Mitsubishi Montero Sport are equipped with an SRS driver and passenger airbags, an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake force distribution, a brake change system, a three-point seat belt for seven passengers, and a second row of ISOFIX child seats. Higher variables include driver and passenger knee airbags, side airbags, curtain airbags, Hill Start Assist and Trailer Stability Assist. A variant of the high-end GT variant is equipped with Blind Spot Warning, Advanced Collision Reduction System and Hill Decent Control.

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