The interior styling is as you would expect of Mitsubishi stylish, functional and uncluttered with chunky and tactile switchgear.
How It Looks - Interior
The interior styling is as you would expect of Mitsubishi stylish, functional and uncluttered with chunky and tactile switchgear. The cabin is well crafted and features good quality grey and black plastics with metallic effect contrasting trim.
Black leather seat facings are standard and accentuate the Shogun's well appointed interior. The black carpet was of a good quality and should prove durable in the long term.
The Shogun Warrior is fitted with a 10 CD autochanger, stereo radio/cassette with 6 speakers as standard. The sound was a bit dull and it was not the easiest of systems to use.
For 2004 'Smartnav' navigation system is fitted as standard on the long wheel base Shogun Warrior.
Our test vehicle also featured optional DVD Satellite Navigation.
- BMW X5, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Kia Sorento, Land Rover Discovery, Mercedes-Benz ML-CLass, Nissan Patrol, SsangYong Rexton, Toyota Land Cruiser and Volvo XC90
What We Liked
- Overall driving experience
- Excellent road manners
- INVECS-II learning 5-speed automatic transmission
- Fuel consumption
- Build quality
- Excellent main beam mechanism - the best we've tested
What We Disliked
- Nothing to dislike
What We'd Like To See
- Reversing sensors as standard
- Curtain airbags
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|