10.25.03 - Added Installing white face gauge on the DIY page.
10.23.03 - Added Kirk's and Jason's Rides in the Gallery Page.
10.21.03 - Removing front skidplate added to the DIY page.
10.18.03 - Keyless Programming added to the DIY page.
10.14.03 - Added the first DIY, Installing turn signal lights.
10.09.03 - Added new pictures of Galo and Spo's Rides in the Gallery Page.
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Welcome to Montero Sport Online. If this is your first visit to the site, please register and browse through the growing and informative message forum. Join members and guests in the Chat Room on Thursday nights @ 8:00 p.m. (ET). To help enhance the Gallery page or show off your ‘Sport, please send pictures by email. Looking to improve your ride for off-roading or just add aesthetic touches? Check the accessories or links pages to see some of the available products. Other features include automotive news and shows around the world. A few calculators have been added that may be helpful in deciding tire size, gear ratios, etc. If you have any suggestions, comments, or questions...please feel free to email me. Thank you for visiting and the site will be updated as often as possible.
:: New Design ::
Mitsubishi's 2004 Montero Sport, built on the upcoming Galant platform, will be manufactured in Normal, Illinois. Article and spy shots of the new model can be found on thecarconnection.com website.
"Sources say the '04 Montero Sport will have bolder styling, which at minimum should bring a fresh front end with Mitsubishi's new eagle-beak corporate countenance. Since the current Montero Sport is a spinoff of the previous-generation big Montero, the '04 could well move to the latest Montero platform, but we can't confirm that just now." (consumerguide.com)
Mitsubishi is also introducing a new model for the '04 SUV line, called the Endeavor. It will be competing with other mid-size SUV's. It was supposed to replace the Montero Sport, but that idea has been put on hold as it's sales are too high for Mitsubishi to simply ignore.
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:: Creation ::
In 1997, Mitsubishi answered the demand for a mid-size SUV with the Montero Sport, smaller in comparison to the regular Montero. Although built on the same chassis, the new 'Sport incorporated a lower, lighter, and shorter body. Three models were introduced: the ES with 2-wheel drive, the LS with 4-wheel drive, and the XLS with 2- or 4-wheel drive. All models had a 3.0 liter V6 engine, except the ES with a 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine. Standard 5-speed manual transmission came in the ES and 4wd LS, while others had a 4-speed automatic. Click Here to see how the design of the Montero Sport came about.
:: Mitsubishi SUV ::
Montero, Outlander, Endeavor, and as well as other Mitsubishi SUV owner's are welcome to the site. The Montero & Endeavor message boards can be found in the Forum. I will try to collect and update more information and try to create a Mitsubishi webpage.
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