The Montreal represents ISO's return to the compact crossover SUV market. It will be offered with a choice of three engines, two turbo petrols and one turbo diesel, three specification levels and with a 6 speed manual or DCG auto. AWD is standard in the US and Canada, RWD is also offered in other countries.
The top of the line 260 Premium is fitted with a 2.0 turbo four cylinder with 260hp/194kW@6100rpm and 361Nm/266ft-lb@1900-4500rpm with either the 6 speed manual or 6 speed DCG auto. A 2.3L turbo diesel four cylinder is also available in the Premium.
The Montreal Premium is extremely well equipped, with 10 speaker audio with iPod connection and six disc CD, HD or DAB+ radio, voice control, bluetooth, sat nav, climate control, cruise control, park assist, front heated leather seats, 8 way power drivers seat adjustment. North American and Chinese models ISOConnect internet service, heated rear seats, rear side airbags. a power adjustable passenger seat and adaptive cruise control.
The Montreal is the safest car that ISO has ever built. It features 7 airbags, a reversing camera, auto emergency braking, blind spot warnings, auto headlights and wipers, alloy wheels and DSC. North American and Chinese models add rear side airbags (optional elsewhere).
Prices start from US$32,950, CA$41,800, 379,800 RMB, £18,995, 19.490 €, AU$27,650
The 260 Premium AWD costs US$44,150, CA$49,195, 465,990 RMB, £28,445, 29,750 €, AU$47,890
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