Articles about Montero Sport

We can only wish our plants were as high-tech as theirs
Mitsubishi's Laem Chabang plant in Thailand is the Japanese carmaker's largest manufacturing facility and export hub outside of its home country, with a production capacity of 390,000 units per year. We toured the place this week and got briefed
Solidifying its hold on the market
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines is experiencing an upswing as the Japanese carmaker saw its February sales go up by 19 percent compared to January, giving it a modest 1.5-percent growth so far in 2012.Mitsubishi Philippines sold 2,751 units last
Help our letter sender decide
Hi!The e-mails that Botchi regularly replies to are great! I think they really give readers a more personal and genuine perspective on the cars available today.Anyway, I am looking into the Montero Sport VGT, the Sorento CRDi and the 
Help our letter sender decide
Hi, Botchi!I'm planning to buy my first sport-utility vehicle in early 2012. I'm now conducting my own research to help me choose between a gasoline-fed engine or a diesel-powered engine. I drive 40 kilometers every day,
Want to find out what the country's top-selling SUV gets for next year?
The year may not be yet over Mitsubishi Motors Philippines has seen fit to upgrade the Montero Sport.For the 2012 model of the Montero Sport, Mitsubishi Philippines is offering more refinements and technological advancements to it to make the ride more
Want the real score?
Call it a coincidence, but just mere minutes after the Chief tackled the Mitsubishi Montero Sport sudden acceleration cases in his All Will Drive column, we received Mitsubishi Motors Philippines' official statement on the matter. In a related development, the blog monteroaccident.
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