1995 Mitsubishi Montero
For 95, a more powerful (177-horsepower) engine with four valves per cylinder entered base LS models. California vehicles got a 168-horsepower engine. The SR again used a dual-cam 3.5-liter engine with 215 horsepower.
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Product Review Summary
12 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Feb 20, 2002
Welcome to the Family!
Pros: Style, controls, features, comfort, suspension
Cons: access to rear seats, slight lack of torque, hard to reach spark plugs.
Feb 28, 2007
Over 200000 Miles and still rolling
Pros: Rugged, comfortable, dependable, roomy
Cons: not the best gas mileage, some repairs will be costly
Jun 4, 2001
One Tough SUV Through and Through
Pros: Great Design, Extremely Comfortable, Good Size, Good Features
Cons: Mediocre Gas Mileage, Lacks Power
Mar 10, 2001
Happy Montero Owner
Pros: Versatile, reliable, awesome sunroof, great in winter weather.
Cons: Plastic wheel hubs fall off.
Nov 25, 1999
Pros: handles well
Cons: leg room in very back when seats are down Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 8, 2001
I love this truck!
Pros: Reliable, tough and luxurious.
Cons: Slightly under-powered for it's size.
Feb 5, 2005
Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun 1987 - 1995
Pros: Rugged, reliable, lots of space, lasts years with maintainance and service.
Cons: 4x4 system under-developed, lazy in 4x4 mode, some design flaws obvious in winter conditions.
Aug 29, 2000
Great Family SUV
Pros: Dependable, uphill performer, roomy
Cons: Some expensive repairs after 60k miles Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 19, 2000
Stalwart and Unique
Pros: Size, reliability, manual drive, three rows of seats
Cons: Climate control system, lean on curves Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 17, 2001
No Nonsense SUV
Pros: Roomy, rugged and reliable. Low key SUV with a different kind of character. Rally influenced.
Cons: Vague steering, reels noticeably when taking sharp corners, outward rearview.