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Mitsubishi Montero Sport flaunts more style and elegance with the limited edition Black Series

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) puts more excitement on the bestselling Montero Sport with the release of the Montero Sport Black Series. The Black Series which is a limited edition is available on the GLS 2WD Automatic Transmission variant.

Mitsubishi Montero Sport flaunts more style and elegance with the limited edition Black Series

The Black Series is themed to boast a more sophisticated style and elegance achieved by adding genuine accessories all laid in the touch of black. Upgrades and accessories fitted on the exterior are the Black Front Grille, Black Front and Rear Bumper Under Garnish, Black Roof Rails and body color rear spoiler. Headlamps were upgraded from Halogen to LED with LED Daytime Running Lamp (DRL). Tail lamps are also now LED illuminated. For an added stance and sporty look a hood emblem that spells Montero Sport is added. Inside this limited edition Montero Sport, scuff plate with illumination and interior emblem were added.

The same power and performance is expected from the Montero Sport Black Series with its 2.4L 4 In-line 16 Valve DOHC Clean Diesel (4N15) with Variable Geometry Turbo and Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing Electronic Control (MIVEC) System. The 2.4 liter 4N15 diesel produces maximum power of 181PS/3,500RPM and maximum torque of 430NM. Power is transmitted to an 8-speed automatic transmission with Sports mode.

The Montero Sport Black series is available in 2 colors namely the Jet Black Mica and White Pearl. It is available at a Suggested Retail Price (SRP) of PhP 1,800,000* (additional PhP 15,000 for White Pearl). To know more about the Montero Sport Black Series visit your nearest Mitsubishi Motors dealership or check-out mmpc.ph.

Topics: Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation , Montero Sport , Montero Sport Black Series
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