Mitsubishi has extended its renowned Shogun 4x4 range with the addition of three special edition models, Shogun Field, Shogun Warrior and Shogun Sport Warrior.
"Having a wide range of models and options keeps existing and conquest customers catered for," said Lance Bradley UK Sales and Marketing Director for Mitsubishi. "We expect to sell around 17,000 4-wheel drive vehicles this year in the UK and these additional variants together with the new core Shogun product keep us firmly ahead of the competition."Mitsubishi Shogun ‘Field’ Special Edition
As its model name suggests, the Shogun ‘Field’ is designed to fit into the range between the work-horse models and the top of the range luxury versions giving customers the best of both worlds.
On sale from 1 April 2003, the Shogun Field has a 7 seat configuration with a 3.2 DI-D direct injection turbo diesel engine, with the option of a 5-speed manual or an automatic/manual dual mode transmission. The Shogun Field is the first Shogun to incorporate Mitsubishi’s new Active Stability and Traction Control system (MASTC)*.
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