From now until the 30th September, Mitsubishi Motors UK will be offering a free leather interior upgrade, worth £1,700, to all customers buying a new 3.2 DI-D Shogun Field.
The Field combines all the qualities of a Shogun such as comfort, practicality, reliability, performance and adds to these features the very latest in all-wheel-drive technology. 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.
Priced at £28,999 for the manual and £30,499 for automatic transmission, the Shogun Field Special Edition has been created to suit those people requiring a 4x4 with more of a traditional-looking exterior, but which still combines saloon-car comfort and performance with all-terrain vehicle agility and durability. The Shogun Field is available with the choice of either Grand Blue or Glass Green exterior colours with an interior combining wood, leather and titanium trimmings.
The Field is not the only model to benefit from a special offer; for those customers who want to make a bit more of a statement on the road with their new Shogun, an 18" Alloy Wheel pack is now available through Mitsubishi dealerships. Enhancing both the exterior look and on road driving characteristics, the Alloy Wheel pack is available across the Shogun range at a special price of £1,595.78 +VAT, a saving of £335.77.
The Mitsubishi Shogun continues to be as popular as ever with customers in 2003, with sales up 24% on the same period last year.
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