Mitsubishi’s hugely popular 50:50 finance offer is to continue into the first quarter of 2004 on the Space Star, Carisma, Colt & Shogun Pinin. Free servicing – 3 Years / 27,000 miles - has also been extended and will be available between January and March on Space Star, Carisma, Space Wagon and, as a new addition, Shogun Pinin.

Benefiting from both consumer offers, the Mitsubishi Shogun Pinin, Carisma and Space Star combine value for money prices and excellent equipment levels. Add to this the benefits of 50:50 finance (50% deposit, 50% in twelve months with 0% APR) and the peace of mind that comes with free servicing and you have a very attractive package.

Over 4,300 customers in the UK have taken advantage of Mitsubishi’s 50:50 finance offer during 2003 with more expected next year, particularly with the popular Shogun Pinin now boasting 50:50 finance plus 3 years free servicing. Combining Pininfarina’s distinctive design with Mitsubishi’s world-renowned quality, reliability and 4WD technology, the Shogun Pinin is a dynamic small 4x4 which is as much fun to drive on road as it is off.

For those customers looking to buy the largest model from the Shogun family range, January sees the introduction of a real value proposition for a limited period of time – a long wheel base Shogun Equippe 3.2 DI-D complete with leather, CD multi-player, wood dash and a hard spare wheel cover – all for just £29,999.


Published : 24/12/03 Author : Melanie Carter

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