MASTC

AcronymDefinition
MASTCMitsubishi Active Stability and Traction Control
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I actually tried several times to make the Strada "drift" around the loops but the Mitsubishi Active Stability and Traction Control (MASTC) would not have any of my nonsense.
Known as MASTC, this facility electronically compares the speed of all four wheels and applies the brakes to any wheel that is about to spin.
I've long complained about the handling problems of SUVs when driving via the rear wheels, but MASTC goes some way towards making these machines much safer for inexperienced drivers.
This includes the company's unique Active Stability and Traction Control (MASTC).
As the first Shogun in the UK to feature Mitsubishi's unique Active Stability and Traction Control (MASTC), the Shogun Field is quite possibly one of the best off-road and towing vehicles on the road.
And earlier this year, the boys from Mitsubishi took the machine another leap forward by introducing Active Stability and Traction Control (MASTC) for the first time in the UK on their new Shogun Field limited edition model.
Wearing its workhorse hat, MASTC strengthens the Shogun's already renowned off-road ability, no matter the conditions.