The Shogun was introduced in 1981 and enabled Mitsubishi to become a serious contender in the 4x4 market.
The Shogun was introduced in 1981 and enabled Mitsubishi to become a serious contender in the 4x4 market. Winning the Paris-Daker rally in 1984 affirmed the Shogun's legendary status and twenty-three years later the Mitsubishi Shogun is bigger and better than ever before. The extensive Shogun range offers both long and short wheel base versions, choice of petrol or diesel engines and manual or automatic transmissions.
The current Shogun model range encompasses seven models and one special edition. Prices start at £22,999.00 OTR for the 3.2 DI-D Equippe Manual (Diesel SWB) and rise to £31,499.00 OTR for the 3.5 GDI Warrior Automatic (Petrol LWB). We tested the 3.2 DI-D Warrior Automatic (Diesel LWB) priced at £31,499.00 OTR.
Mitsubishi Shogun Road Test Data
|Model Reviewed||Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-D Warrior|
|Body Type||5-Door Long Wheel Base|
|Performance (manufacturers data)|
|0 - 62 mph||13.8 Seconds|
|Top Speed||106 mph|
|Transmission||5-speed automatic with INVECS-II electronic control|
Sports Mode, clutchless manual shift facility and shift interlock
|CO2 Emissions (NEDC Figures)||g/km|
|Economy (NEDC Figures)|
|Extra Urban||32.1 mpg|
|Euro NCAP Rating||N/A|
|Warranty|| 3-year unlimited mileage warranty|
6-year anti-corrosion perforation warranty
3-year pan-European breakdown and recovery service
|Price (when tested on the 18/11/04)||£31,499.00 OTR|