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3.5 out of 5 3.5
Parkers overall rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
Mitsubishi Shogun (07-18) - rated 3.5 out of 5
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At a glance

New price £24,954 - £43,454
Used price £3,150 - £32,535
Used monthly cost £79 - £812
Fuel economy
Not tested to latest standards
View pre-2017 economy specs
Road tax cost £145 - £570
Insurance group 30 - 38 How much is it to insure?

PROS

Impressive off-road ability, well built cabin, generous standard equipment

CONS

Crude compared to many offroaders, lacks interior refinement, noisy engine

Mitsubishi Shogun rivals

Written by David Ross on

The Shogun is almost recognised as a brand in its own right and has been one of the stalwarts of the large 4x4 sector.

For 2007 there was a (mostly) new model, bringing with it the most significant changes to the car since 2000. Still offered in compact three-door and roomy five-door versions the Shogun gains major updates to the interior, a revised diesel engine and improved safety.

However, Mitsubishi has upgraded the Shogun conscious of the fact that plenty of customers still want a vehicle that is very capable off road - and as before it's virtually unstoppable on rough terrain.

Impressive off-road

Whether you opt for the shorter wheelbase three-door model or the full-size five door version, the Mitsubishi Shogun is an impressive off-road machine. It comes with an equally impressive heritage of dirt-defying ability, so it’s perhaps no shocker the Shogun is so good at tackling tough countryside with an easy stride.

With four-wheel drive and a low-ratio transfer gearbox, the Shogun is adept on any road or track you can point it down, though its size does mean it’s not quite as agile off-road as a Suzuki Jimny. However, the upside to this is you can take more people and luggage in the Shogun, with the five-door model offering seven seats and a large amount of cargo space.

Mitsubishi Shogun rivals