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Have you ever considered between Nissan Terra vs Montero Sport? Though the Nissan Terra is relatively new to the Philippine mid-size SUV segment, it still stands out while the Mitsubishi Montero Sport is rising to fame. Now let’s find out which one is worth selecting! Based on figures, the Nissan Terra is significantly larger in almost all categories, which is 100 mm longer, 50 mm wider and has 30 mm more height, a longer wheelbase by around 50 mm as well as a higher ground clearance. Nonetheless, the smaller Montero Sport is actually considered as one of the best handling mid-size SUVs. With its generous ground clearance, Nissan Terra is a winner in terms of off-roading capabilities. In short, if you have to pass through rough and sketchy roads on a regular basis, go for the Terra. Otherwise, choose the Mitsubishi Montero Sport for paved roads. As for looks, that’s up to you. The Terra is brusque and utilitarian, and tough-looking while the new Montero Sport GT is futuristic and elegant. By and large, the two top of the line variants sports the same amount of interior features. The Nissan Terra 2019 though has a larger touchscreen that comes with Apple CarPlay and Android auto whereas the Montero Sport has a smaller 6.7-inch unit. Especially, the Montero Sport GT comes with a sunroof. In terms of safety, both of these models have curtain airbags, side airbags, and dual front airbags. The Mitsubishi Montero Sport 2019 surpasses the Nissan Terra with respect to a Knee airbag. Two models are equipped with other features such as an anti-lock braking system with EBD, stability control, and locking differentials. To sum up, the Nissan Terra and the Mitsubishi Montero Sport have their own appeal. For fully listed comparison, come to Nissan Terra vs Montero Sport on our site!
Hello! I am making a car simulation and currently use Range Rover Sport S 2013 as the simulated car. However, there is a slight issue - I don't know what suspension does the car use. I have heard that in the front it has double wishbone suspension, but on the rear - live axle. However, I haven't confirmed this information. What I hope is that some of you could confirm or correct this info so that I could set up my simulation correctly. Also, if possible, I'd like to find out what are the default spring settings of the given car: stiffness (in N/m) damping (in N/(m/s)) rest length (in m) caster (in degrees) All of those numbers I need for front and rear seperately. Thank you!
I honestly DO NOT know where to post this, hope it's okay I am doing it here. Hello everyone, I am 24 years old from Toronto and I obviously have a G licence. (I am from the suburbs actually but it's close). I drove my father's car for years and now I need my own. I have not more than $10,000 for the car and that price should cover EVERYTHING I need for the car other than upgrades I will spend on individually later on Facts: 1) I can't drive manual (yeah it sucks) so please don't ask if I can. 2) I want something sporty (2 doors or 4 or a hatchback). 3) I will share this vehicle with my mother and sister so it can't be something like a Toyota Celica which according to them is " too small and uncomfortable". 4) I love how reliable Toyota Camry is and honestly the car looks great but I want something more powerful but as reliable or close to it at least. 5) I already said I can ONLY afford in TOTAL on EVERYTHING not more than $10,000CAD so if it's even a dollar more it's out of my budget. 6) I LOVE MUSTANGS but doubt I can get a nice one in good condition for the price (they're coming with a face-lift on 2015 and I will probably finance that if I will be able to afford it then) I also hear that the Mustang V6 2004 has a good name when it comes to power and reliability but I am not sure how true it is, so let me know. 7) I love the 2014 Subaru BRZ and I checked it for insurance and it was $245/month. (I don't know how accurate it is but just saying) I love that car. As a side note I also really like the Acura RSX but I think they're too pricey mainly for the fact it's still a Honda. Anyway correct me if I'm wrong. Keep in mind that this is my first car so even if a Lamborghini is only 5 bucks, I still won't get it because the insurance will rape me. So please be mindful when it comes to cheap but insurance costly cars. I will periodically add more points but for now this is it. Please let me know. Thanks in advance!
Hi i just turned 16 and have started to look at cars to buy. My budget is up to 8k. Two cars i have been interested in are the Pontiac Vibe and the Toyota Matrix. I have done some research and know that they are practically the same (toyota made a deal with pontiac and made the same car) but found two similar deals in my area of residence and cant decide between the two. Heres the link for the Pontiac :http://denver.craigs...2802330271.html. If the link doesn't work then this is what the description says: 2007 Pontiac Vibe, 71,000 miles. Exact same car as the Toyota Matrix. You can expect the reliability of a Toyota. This is a solid car, great brand. Automatic Transmission. Four door. Hatchback liftgate with separate liftglass Large carrying capacity - great for hauling bikes, skis, strollers... Seats in back fold flat, great for car camping - you could even make a bed back there. Air Conditioning, Dual Air Bags, Roof Rack, Sun Roof The front console has a handy 115V plug outlet (that is like a two prong wall outlet). Front wheel drive. New wipers. Tires recently balanced and rotated. Recent oil change. Cautions: Windows and locks are manual; CD player doesn't work (radio does), no back wiper. This car doesn't have bells and whistles but it has a reliable brand. -$6900 The Toyota Matrix i found said its a 2003 matrix xr automatic transmission with 60,000 miles and has a sun roof also. The seller is asking for $7900 but im pretty sure i could bargain him down to $7500. My main delima is that the pontiac is four years newer, a bit cheaper, but has 10,000 more miles and does not have a working cd player (cheap to fix), has manual windows and locks, and has no back wiper. Both cars are in good running condition and seem to have been taken care of well. If anyone knows anything or might have some advice, please comment. Thanks.