I agree completely with this! As the manufacturers state, while the system can significantly help to correct skids before they occur, they cannot defy the laws of gravity so please drive carefully.
On another note, I have added a link the the '01 Montero's IIHS 40 mph crash test report on the left hand column additional resources box for easy reference to newbies. For those of you who haven't seen it yet, or haven tried out the additional resources box, please feel free to do so.
Actually, the Montero and M-class have more similarities than their intials . Both have 4 wheel independent systems and the ability to have permanent 4WD. While the M-class will do better in on-road situations, the Montero will definitely outrun the M-class on a medium duty off-road trail. No question about that...that's also where the long travel suspension will shine.
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