Driving the Montero Sport
SUPER SELECT 4WD-II
See how Super Select 4WD-II works
Choose this setting for a smooth, economic performance and fuel efficiency when driving on roads in normal conditions.
This setting is for more stability or when you need added traction on rough roads or in slippery or hazardous conditions.
If you’re on low-grip or uneven surfaces, use this setting for evenly distributed power to the wheels and an overall better grip.
If you’re on steep hills, or driving on snow, sand or mud, this setting offers better turning power and maximum traction.
The 4WD system with extra control
Improve traction control when driving off-road by choosing the GRAVEL, MUD/SNOW, SAND or ROCK* setting, using the Off Road Mode selector. The engine output, transmission settings and braking adjust accordingly to optimise performance, giving you safer driving on any terrain.
* The ROCK setting is only available in the 4LLc setting.
* OFF ROAD MODE is only available in the 4HLc and 4LLc setting.
Smoothes out the bumps in any road
8-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
A more relaxed, luxurious ride
The new generation Montero Sport has an 8-speed automatic transmission — the first ever in the history of Mitsubishi Motors. This creates a smoother ride, with improved fuel efficiency.
3.0 L MIVEC ENGINE
MULTI AROUND MONITOR
Parking made easy
Multiple cameras mounted on the front, rear and sides of the Montero Sport allow you keep an eye on your blind spots. Using the collected data, the Multi Around Monitor will also create a bird's-eye visual of the vehicle, helping you orientate yourself and park more safely.
ELECTRIC PARKING BRAKE (EPB)
A parking brake at the flick of a switch
The electric parking brake is situated right by the 4WD Drive Mode Selector dial. It's easy to operate: simply pull the switch up to apply the parking brake, or push the switch down to release. If the Brake Auto Hold (BAH) function is active, the vehicle will remain stationary even if you release the brake pedal. Pressing the accelerator will release the brake.
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL [ACC]
A simple way to reduce driver stress
The Adaptive Cruise Control system maintains a selected distance between your vehicle and the car ahead using built-in radar. You’ll find it helps to reduce driver stress during slow traffic and enhances your driving comfort overall.
Equipment may vary by market. Please consult your local Mitsubishi Motors dealer/distributor for details.
ACC: The detection and control capabilities of ACC are supplemental only. Please drive safely and never rely solely on these functions while driving. ACC may not activate in some situations. This system may not correctly detect the actual situation depending on the type of vehicle in front and its conditions, the weather conditions, and the road conditions. Additionally, the system may be unable to decelerate sufficiently if the vehicle in front applies the brakes suddenly or another vehicle cuts into your path, so your vehicle approaches the front vehicle. When the car stops, ACC finishes its control and the brake is released approximately 2 seconds after stopping. To prevent the vehicle from moving thereafter, the driver may have to hold the brake pedal down.