2007 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

Mitsubishi Montero Sport 3.0 2007
Kilometres:152,000
Fuel:Gasoline
Fuel consumption: 11L/100km
Transmission: Manual. 4x4: 2WD, 4WD and 4WD low range
Engine: 3.0L V6 gasoline

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Car:

· Power windows

· Electric central door locking

· Great Air Conditioning system

· Audio System (great audio system via aux cable)

· USB port to charge your phone

· Anti-theft alarm and steering wheel lock

· Two keys

· SRS Airbags

· High clearance for off roading

Bed:

· Rear seats can be converted to a spacious double bed

· Sleeps two easily. I’m 6’3 and have had no problems, retractable in 5 minutes to have all 5 seats available

· 1 x foldable mattress

· 1 x blanket

· 2 x pillows

· 1 x spare set of linen

· 1 x cushion

· Storage under bed for five boxes

 

Kitchen:

· 1 x full bottle of gas with stove

· 1 x saucepan

· 1 x frying pan

· 1 x spatula and ladle

· 1 x chopping board

· 4 plates, 4 bowls, 2 mugs

· Set of Cutlery

· 1 x chef knife

· 1 x bottle opener

· 1 x tea strainer with tea leaves

· 1 x camping kettle

· 1 x cooler box

· Extendable table that comes out from the back of the car

 

Mechanical:

Box of all essential tools for car maintenance

· Pipe / funnel for filling gas

· Oil, Coolant, Windscreen cleaner

· Spark cables

· Full kit for changing tires (under back seats)

 

Others:

· 20 Liter Jerry Cans

· User Manual

· Steering wheel + wheel clamp security locks

· Spare tire (under car)

· Roof rack

· Cigarette lighter USB charger with 2 ports

· Power pack with USB and socket to power any device with a plug

· 2 x mosquito window nets

· Tinted windows (impossible to see into the back seats and boot - ideal when sleeping in the car)

· Windscreen sun shield

· 1 x camping chair

· 1 x mandatory emergency kit (extinguisher, reflective jacket, warning triangle etc.)

· Sim cards (Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Brazil)

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Car Maintenance:

The car has been very well maintained by myself and the previous owners (2 overlanders and 1 Chilean). I can show all work and service receipts under taken by all.

· Complete service history from all previous owners

· Full mechanical check-ups every 5000km and oil / filter changes every 10,000km

New oil, oil filter and air filter (152,000)

· New rear brake pads (143,000)

· New 4x4 transfer (132,000)

· New front brake pads (137,000)

· Wheel alignment (123,000)

· Rear brake pads (123,000)

· ABS sensor (123,000)

· Stabilizer bar rubbers (123,000)

· Distribution kit (94,000)

· Tires (96,000 back and 102,000 front)

· Thermostat and cooling system clean and purge & plug radiator (98,000)

· Battery (98,000)

 

Minor Imperfections:

The boot of the car needs to be locked and unlocked manually with a key (fixable)

Front cigarette lighter doesn’t work (fixable at mechanic but the back cigarette lighter works fine).

A bit of wear on the upholstery but nothing severe.

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constructing the bed:

  1. Headrests off - place under front seats

  2. Unscrew and take bottom of the seats off

  3. Put 4 screws together, safe

  4. Top of seats come down

  5. Bottom seats, turn around and place on top of top seats

  6. Build support structure the squared frames and small 'feet' to hold in place

  7. Planks number 1 - 4 come out

  8. Put in respective numbered positions (1 starts behind passenger seat, 4 behind driver)

  9. Slide the 2 wooden boards into place on top of the structure

  10. Unfold mattress

  11. Slide front seats back, to hold bed in place