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The Mitsubishi Montero is classified as a sport utility vehicle (SUV) that can get up to 15 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 19 MPG on the highway. It has 215 hp (horsepower) and a curb weight of 4,787 pounds. The SUV comes with a 3.8 L V6 engine and has a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds. It has a tire size of: P265/65R17 and has also gone by the name the Mitsubishi Pajero.
 
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2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport
$2,999
144,855 miles
Brooklyn, NY
Automatic
4-Wheel Drive
3.5L V6

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Classified as a full size sport utility vehicle (SUV), the Mitsubishi Montero can get up to 15 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 19 MPG on the highway. It has 215 hp (horsepower) and a curb weight of 4,787 pounds. The SUV comes with a 3.8 L V6 engine and has a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds. It has a tire size of: P265/65R17 and has also gone by the name the Mitsubishi Pajero. The SUV was marketed all around the globe by Mitsubishi and after the Pajero name translating to "wanker" in Spanish, it was then marketed as the Montero in Spain and the Americas (except for Brazil and Jamaica) and as the Shogun in the United Kingdom. As of 2006, the Montero has not been sold in North America. The Mitsubishi Montero has earned recognition in the rally world and has been particularly noted for having won the Dakar Rally 12 times, having the highest number of Dakar Rally stage wins (nearly twice that of the nearest competitor), and seizing 80% of Dakar Rally podium finishes from 2001-2005.