2006 Mitsubishi Montero User Reviews

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    2006 Mitsubishi Montero Limited 4WD Review
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    The Mitsubishi Montero Limited Easily Passes For A Brand New Vehicle. — The Mitsubishi Montero Limited is a solid, luxurious vehicle. The Limited has all the bells and whistles. It is roomy - seats seven, plenty of leg and head room. It has a third row seat that collapses into the vehicle's deck - pretty cool because this provides additional storing space when needed. The retractable sunroof is huge and has the feel of a convertible when it's fully open. The off road capabilities are award winning - dominating the prestigious Dakar off road race 15 times. I love this Montero because though it's a 2006, it looks brand new. The reason being is because the Montero is rather obscure, so when people see it, they typically cannot compare it to anything else because it was discontinued in 2006. Aesthetically, it reminds me of a Range Rover. The vehicle continues to be manufactured overseas and is very popular. In other countries, the current model is called the Mitsubishi Pajero. I cannot overstate how much the 2003-2006 Montero Limited passes for a new vehicle. A few drawbacks are the gas mileage; the combined city/highway is 15mpg. The vehicle has many safety features; however, it does not have rear side-impact airbags, so the passengers in the rear are not fully protected. Also, the Montero's Achilles heel is that over time, the oil hoses and valve cover may eventually leak. In the end, this is an excellent vehicle, and I recommend it. If you're looking to purchase one, you'll likely need to expand your search radius because the Montero is truly limited, and it sells very quickly. While shopping for one, within a two-day period, five Monteros we were looking at sold. We drove from Louisville, KY to Indianapolis, IN and snatched up a phenomenal vehicle. An added bonus is that many 2015 SUVs mimic the Range Rover, which is another reason a used clean Montero Limited easily passes for brand new.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Roomy, design makes it look new, excellent off-road capabilities, huge sunroof, all the bells and whistles, and very luxurious.

    Cons: Poor gas mileage, no rear side-impact airbags, and difficult to find.

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    2006 Mitsubishi Montero Limited 4WD Review
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    Montero — Great car probably my best. the gas mileage sucked on it, and the exterior could have been better looking. it was a great 7 seater SUV.The car was great in the winter because all you had to do was slip it into 4 wheel drive.

    Pros: 4 wheel drive

    Cons: gas

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    It's An Advice That Any Person Should Buy Such A Car Like This One — - it has a good acceleration due to the very good shaping and the V6 engine. - very good style , interio, and exterior - it just cost me when i need to fix or make some maintainance - i think it's from the fun class cars for anyone to drive

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: it's so comfort and fun

    Cons: no reason

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2004 Mitsubishi Montero Reviews

    Best Kept Secret In Auto Industry. By palakabear

    This is the best kept secret in the auto industry. Will eat Cherokee and Land Cruiser for lunch, and ask for a Land Rover for dessert. Still making them for the Asian and Australian market. Too bad fo... Read More

    2003 Mitsubishi Montero Reviews

    Great Suv By Jack

    This car is a big improvement over all the other Monteros I had. Since 1989, my family has had Monteros, as the years progressed the Montero has definitely gotten better. This Montero drives great On,... Read More

    2002 Mitsubishi Montero Reviews

    Possibly Best Vehicle I've Ever Owned By SubaruJunk2

    At 13 years old it's about to hit 100k. Absolutely no mechanical failures so far. Looks amazing! 20" chrome rims and billeted grill have transformed it. Kids literally come running up and tell us how ... Read More

    To Good Of A Truck To Stop Selling Them In The Usa. By Kevin

    Like the look of the Montero XLS/Limited,and love the drivetrain setup,VERY DEPENDABLE.If you demand a comfortable ride in the city and a field tested off-road wheeler then drive a full-sized montero... Read More

    2001 Mitsubishi Montero Reviews

    Odds And Goods Of A Montero By Viraj24

    Like the comfort concidering to X-trail.. and it is well controlled when taking bends and all... the huge lcd and the tv is cool but a bit huge soo feels like a lorry sometimes... reverse camera and... Read More

    2000 Mitsubishi Montero Reviews

    2000 Mitsubishi Montero By Jason

    This is why I hate SUV's. It handles like crap, I accelerates Slow, It brakes horribly, and uses and incredible amount of fuel while disappointing you. But it can go offroad-- P.S. there are roads alm... Read More

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