Mitsubishi SUVs Ratings

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    2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport - XLS 4x4

    Pros: outside appearance

    Cons: comfort of ride

    Advice: check out suspension and ride in back seat to check to ride comfort

    looks good, handles ok, but very poor suspension for overall comfort, people riding in bad seat are very uncomfortable, front seat comfort ok. they need a new suspension to improve overall ride, have decided not to trade for newer model because of the ride discomfort

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    2002 Mitsubishi Montero - Limited (A5)

    Pros: The directional display, arm rest, two glove compartments, the third row fold away seat, and best of all the power seats.

    Cons: A front bra cover not availible at time of purchase

    Advice: If you want a good looking muscle SUV with a nice feel the LIMITED is the way to go!

    Highly impressed with the feel of the Montero Limited. The comfort a car and the feel of a SUV. To me it is a good combination of comfort and feel for the road in one SUV. The gas usage is not that bad for the power that you have at your control.

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    2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport - XLS 4x4

    Pros: All wheel drive

    Cons: No power seat option

    Advice: Good overall vehicle with minor flaws.

    Good handling with the all wheel drive. Radio controls are very tiny. The climate controls are in the wrong order. Vehicle feels very stable even in sharp corners. Brakes work well but feel a little soft. Design is old time but feels better than most of the new stuff. The only things it needs are a rear hatch remote release and a powerseat option.

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    2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport - LS 4x4

    Pros: Ruggedness for off-road/pulling

    Cons: gas mileage

    Advice: Highly Recommend--please see comments-this is my second Mitsu Sport LS-4WD

    An excellent 4WD 'Truck'' on-off road. Needs more HP, closer turning/steer ratio, fair gas mileage, soft brakes, heavier shocks. Good pulling vehicle. No mechanical problems.

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    2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport - XLS 4x4

    Pros: style

    Cons: reccomends premium gas

    Advice: great upgrade from the sport model

    overall great suv for the money,very comfortable,a pleasure to drive.

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    2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport - LS 4x4

    Pros: The entire package - Comfort, sure-footed, looks good, ride

    Cons: Gas Milage so far 17 to 18 GPM

    Advice: Research & Compare... You will probably come back

    We were ready to leave the station wagon behind, but not yet ready for a sedan... the van was out... My wife wanted a pretty car... I wanted something that looked good, drove well, had 4 wheel drive, and could still get us to the outter banks comfortably with our family of 5 for summer vacation... Also checked with owners for reliability...The Montero Sport LS was the solution... Feels good so far... looking forward to driving more

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    2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport - LTD 4x4

    Pros: I like the heated seats and the sun roof

    Cons: The shape of the side views and the lights do not turn themselves off after I open the door - I think automatic lights should be standard now

    Advice: Don't buy it retail, the dealership will come down like $1500 off MSRP at least - get the 3.5L engine if you need the torque

    I am really enjoying my new Mitsu Montero Sport Limited. It's a sharp looking import SUV with out the price tag, although it's a bit pricey, the value of the equipment and every option, the Mitsubishi name and of course the syling make it worth the price. I've always owned japanese vehicles and this is my first mitsu, I have nothing to complain about other than some silly engineering quirks. My opinions though.. The engine is powerful enough to tow 5000lbs and the on-the-fly 4-wheel drive is great and I can't wait for it to snow. I'll be back with an updated review later.