2011 Mitsubishi Montero
2011 Mitsubishi Montero is one of the most versatile trucks in its category. It offers serious off-road capability and a sumptuous interior. The 2011 2011 Montero's closest competitors include the Acura MDX, the Jeep Grand Cherokee, and the Volvo XC90. 2011 Mitsubishi Montero continues to provide the tailored comfort, convenience and gracious toughness that its buyers seek in their sport-utility vehicles. It's an all-weather highway cruiser and a part-time backcountry buster.
It offers a smooth ride, whether on the highway or on rippled dirt roads. It delivers a full 235 foot-pounds of torque at 3500 rpm, good for off-road driving, accelerating away from intersections, and climbing long, steep grades. Responsiveness on the highway is typical of current SUVs, neither blisteringly fast nor annoyingly slow.
2011 Mitsubishi montero Sport has a robust, 200-hp V6 engine. The Active Trac drive system. Available rear passenger heating and air conditioning controls. They all make for an SUV with a smooth, comfortable ride wherever you go. And they're all available for The 2011 Mitsubishi Montero. XLS – Full luxury, full capability. It features part-time 4WD with two-speed transfer case, power windows, door locks and side view mirrors, security alarm system with remote keyless entry, 10-way manual adjustable driver's seat with dual height adjustment, and a stowable third-row bench seat with under-floor storage compartment, and more. Limited – The last word in comfort and control. Features include Active Trac 2WD/AWD/4WD with electronic engagement and two-speed transfer case, Sportronic sequential-shift 5-speed automatic transmission and limited-slip rear differential.
Also, a power driver's seat, including power adjustable lumbar support, leather front- and second-row seating surfaces and heated front seats. Woodgrain interior trim and a leather and wood steering wheel complete the package. 2011 Mitsubishi Montero's well-specified suspension is gently forgiving and smooth on the highway. Road feel is never very lively in SUVs, but the Montero's rack-and-pinion steering is a big improvement over the previous-generation's recirculating-ball setup. Cornering response is predictably ponderous and there is the inevitable sensation of great bulk when driving this 4675-pound truck. The Montero features big ventilated disc brakes front and rear, necessary to haul this truck down from highway speeds, and they work well. ABS comes standard.
2011 Mitsubishi Montero is a highly capable off-road traveler with luxurious accommodations. It costs considerably less than luxury vehicles such as the Toyota Land Cruiser. 2011 Mitsubishi Montero is also thoroughly capable as an all-weather family vehicle. This is among the best-equipped and most versatile sport-utilities available. 2011 Mitsubishi Montero offers excellent capability in severe backcountry terrain and a smooth ride both on the highway and on washboard-rippled dirt roads.