With the recent launch of the all-new Mitsubishi Montero Sport, we can’t help but wonder what changed. Does it have the same engine? Did it get bigger? Did Mitsubishi add more features? Here in the AutoDeal Face Off, we help you spot the difference between the two.
A few months after its debut in Thailand, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) finally unveils the all-new Montero Sport locally. It's redesigned from the ground up and now boasts better performance, comfort, and most importantly - safety features.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) considers 2015 as their best year yet as they sold a total of 54,087 units nationwide. This is their 9th consecutive sales increase and their highest sales milestone since 1996.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is off to a good start this 2016 as they capped off February with remarkable sales records. The Japanese carmaker has sold a total of 4,870 units that month, with the Montero Sport showing a strong force in its segment.
Sports Utility Vehicles or SUVs are popular in the local automotive industry because they offer more passenger space, luggage carrying capacity, versatility, and capability to drive on varied road and driving conditions.
Lately, our inbox and social media pages are brimming with car comparo requests. As we sifted through, we found that many of you wanted to know which between the all-new models of the Mitsubishi Montero Sport and the Toyota Fortuner is the better SUV.