The Highways Agency has ordered 30 4x4 Shoguns which are being built at Mitsubishi’s Specialist Vehicle Operations Centre at Cirencester, which refits, adapts and upgrades standard models to meet individual client requirements.
It takes around 24 hours to complete each Shogun to the Highways Agency needs, including light bars, grill lights and Highways Agency livery.
Dan Pigot, Corporate Sales Manager at Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, said that “The Highways Agency is an existing customer and it knows the Shogun will stand up to their high demands.” Dan went onto say that the “The Shogun is a tough, practical vehicle but it is also extremely comfortable to drive. For eight hours of the day the vehicle is their office so it needs to be comfortable and the feedback from the traffic officers is that they really like the Shoguns.”
Mitsubishi’s Specialist Vehicle Operations (MSVO) supply vehicles to the National Grid and the Ministry of Defence, and recently supplied 138 specialist vehicles to the Environment Agency, including 70 new Outlanders.
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