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Mitsubishi Montero Sport vs Nissan Terra Comparison

Overview Mitsubishi Montero Sport Nissan Terra Ford Everest
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Fuel Type
Diesel
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From The Experts

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Mitsubishi Montero Sport

One thing which really makes the Mitsubishi Montero Sport praiseworthy is the gorgeous looks it has been bestowed with. The Montero Sport completely ditches the traditional old school stance for a much more modern and futuristic take, which completely has taken the benchmark to a whole new level.

Being a large seven-seater, Mitsubishi has managed to rake insufficient amount of space on the inside. While the seats feel comfortable with ample back and under thigh support, all the three rows, including the third one feels spacious for even tall people with ease.

The previous generation Montero lacked behind its rivals in terms of comfort and convenience features, but not this one. The new generation Mitsubishi Montero Sport comprises of a long list of features which the rival SUVs are equipped with, with some of the features being exclusive to it.

Nissan Terra

The Nissan Terra has got a very good road presence, thanks to the large dimensions it has been bestowed with. The heightened stance, as well as muscular appeal of the front fascia, does give the Terra an intimidating appeal which usually people expect from full-size SUVs.

Since the Terra is a seven-seater full-size SUV, it packs in a tremendous amount of space on the inside. In addition to the first and second row, even the last row is quite spacious for adults, which makes the Nissan Terra the roomiest SUV in its class.

Complementing the way Nissan Terra looks is its go-anywhere ability, as the four-wheel drivetrain of the SUV makes it capable to traverse over any kind of terrain.

Ford Everest

When it comes to intimidating stance and road presence, nothing comes close to the Ford Everest. The huge dimensions along with butch looks and design give the Ford Everest a much larger feel in both standstill as well as while in motion, thus commanding huge respect from fellow drivers on the road.

Even on the inside, the Ford Everest feels plush and premium with a good mix of colors and features it is equipped with. The instrument console as well as touch screen infotainment system feels modern and contemporary, while at the same time, the long list of comfort and convenience features do make the Ford Everest feel expensive and value for money.

All the three rows of seats of the Ford Everest feel comfortable, and while the legroom and knee room isn’t best-in-class, it still feels plush and imparts refined ride quality for longer routes. The panoramic sunroof, as well as large side glasses, further add to the spacious feel on the inside.

Mitsubishi Montero Sport

The new Mitsubishi Montero Sport has been designed with utmost precision and modernity on the outside. However, on the inside, things are not as radical, as the cabin and dashboard feel plain and not that uber cool. The instrument console as well as the center console which features the touch screen infotainment system, could have been designed in a more radical way, which would have complemented the exterior design fully.

Nissan Terra

The same big dimensions which do give the Nissan Terra massive road presence do play a spoilsport when it comes to in-city maneuverability. The vehicle feels too big to drive in tight traffic conditions, which hampers its ease of driving.

While the Nissan Terra is priced as a premium full-size SUV, the interior cabin does not feel too special. The layout of the dashboard has been kept simple, and while it packs in all the essential features, it could have done with a few more special features to justify its premium positioning.

Given the high ground clearance and slightly boxy design, the Nissan Terra suffers from a considerable amount of body roll, and at the same time, the soft suspension makes the overall ride a bit bouncy at higher speeds.

 

Ford Everest

The diesel engine with which the Ford Everest is equipped with feels mighty and powerful while on the go, the slow automatic gearbox ruins the driving experience a bit. The shifts feel a bit lazy, especially in lower gears, which gives it a bit slow acceleration figures despite having great power and torque figures.

Another slight problem with the engine of the Ford Everest is that it feels a bit noisy. The engine feels noisy on the outside, especially when revved hard. Also, the refinement of the engine too isn’t that great in higher rpms.

The big dimensions do give the Ford Everest a great and commanding road presence. However, the Ford Everest feels cumbersome to drive in city traffic conditions, due to much longer wheelbase as well as high turning radius.

Technical Specifications
Dimensions & Capacity
Seating Capacity 7 7 5
No Of Doors 5 5 4
Length 4785 mm 4885 mm 4893 mm
Width 1815 mm 1865 mm 1862 mm
Height 1805 mm 1835 mm 1836 mm
Ground Clearance 218 mm 225 mm 225 mm
Wheel Base 2800 mm 2850 mm 2850 mm
Engine Details
Engine 2.4L Diesel Engine, In-line 4 Cylinder 16 Valve DOHC Inline 4-Cylinder, DOHC, Variable Turbocharger (VGS) with Intercooler 2.2L Diesel Engine, 4 Cylinder 16 Valve
No Of Cylinders 4 4 4
Valves Per Cylinder 4 4 4
Fuel Supply System CRDi Common Rail Direct Injection CRDi
Transmission
Gear Box 8-Speed 6-Speed 10-Speed
Transmission Type Automatic Manual Automatic
Performance
Fuel Type Diesel Diesel Diesel
Engine Displacement 2442 cc 2488 cc 2196 cc
Power 179 hp 187 hp 180 hp
Torque 430 Nm 450 Nm 420 Nm
Suspension & Brakes
Shock Absorbers Type Coil Spring Coil Spring Coil Spring
Front Suspension Double Wishbone Double Wishbone Double Wishbone
Rear Suspension Multi-Link Multi-Link Watts Linkage
Wheel & Tyre
Tyre Size 265/60 R18 255 /65 R17 265/50 R20
Tyre Type Radial Radial Radial
Wheel Size R18 R17 R20
Alloy Wheel Size 18 Inch 17 Inch 20 Inch
Steering
Adjustable Steering Column Yes Yes Yes
Steering Column Tilt & Telescopic Tilt Adjustable
Steering Type Power Power Electric Power
Safety & Security
Security
Power Door Locks
Engine Immobilizer
Anti Theft Device
Central Locking
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System
Driver Airbag
Passenger Airbag
Rear Seat Belts
Seat Belt Warning
Brake Assist
Door Ajar Warning
Crash Sensor
Child Safety Locks
Side Impact Beams
Front Impact Beams
Ebd
Engine Check Warning
Features
Miscellaneous
Leather Seats
Fabric Upholstery
Digital Clock
Digital Odometer
Electronic Multi Tripmeter
Leather Steering Wheel
Tacho Meter
Comfort
Air Conditioner
Power Steering
Accessory Power Outlet
Foldable Rear Seat
Adjustable Seats
Low Fuel Warning Light
Rear Reading Lamp
Rear Seat Headrest
Rear Seat Center Arm Rest
Cup Holders-Front
Bottle Holder
Cruise Control
Folding Table Rear
Heater
Keyless Entry
Power Windows Front
Power Windows Rear
On Board Computer
Central Console Armrest
Entertainment & Communication
FM/AM/Radio
Speakers Front
Speakers Rear
Integrated 2DIN Audio
Bluetooth Connectivity
USB & Auxiliary Input
Touch Screen
Exterior
Centrally Mounted Fuel Tank
Front Brake Type Ventilated Discs Ventilated Discs Ventilated Discs
Rear Brake Type Discs Drums Discs
Adjustable Headlights
Alloy Wheels
Fog Lights Front
Integrated Antenna
Manually Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
Power Antenna
Rear Window Wiper
Removable Convertible Top
Wheel Covers

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