UnggawaCheeta wrote:i don't work for Mitsu and I'm not apoligising for them, all Im saying is this: if there is indeed a problem with the Montero Transmission AND accelerator pedal, (kasi naka park daw, tapos nag high rev, tapos tumakbo), then why then has this not occurred decades that the L200 Strada and the Mitsubishi Pajero Fieldmaster, of which they share if not chassis platforms, engine and transmission platforms, have been in service?
just curious... again, if it were a chronic problem, more than the number of complaints should emerge, I also am curious as to the timing, like i said, bago mag launch ng 2012 Fortuner, don na naman nag silabasan ng sudden acceleration issues...
there are always 2 sides of the coin, if we don't ask, if we don't challenge, then we are just sheep
It seems you misread my post!
The driver of the Montero after smashing into the 2 Fortuners shifted the gear from D to P (park position) and went down from the car. Even though he was already out of the Montero and with no one stepping on the accelerator pedal it was still revving at a high rate. Mahirap ba intindihin yun?
If you bothered reading the entire article including that of the Manila Standard, the SA incidents have been happening since 2010 and there was no 2012 Fortuner yet. The only reason it became public is because of the numerous SA accidents that have occurred and the people involved in these accidents are still wondering why and what happened. In the US, the sudden acceleration issue became national because a person died. Hindi naman ganyan kalakas ang making ng Montero para Hindi kayanin ng break. Yung Fortuner hindi issue dito kasi napakahina ng making. Kung Santa Fe pa yan mAn maniwala ako sa comparison mo.
The Pajero and old Estrada di naman naka VGT makina nila.
I have nothing against the Montero Sports, I just shared this article to keep people informed.