Mitsubishi Shogun updated for 2014

  • Slight redesign of front end
  • Standard LED daytime running lights
  • At dealerships and ready to order now

Mitsubishi has updated its world renowned off-road heavyweight for the 2015 model year. The Shogun, and its commercial variants, feature a slightly redesigned front end, distinguished by a new grille and LED daytime running lights, and increased specification.

Existing equipment

The outgoing SG2 already boasted an impressive array of standard features, including  18-inch alloy wheels, roof rails, side steps, front fog lamps, electric heated and folding door mirrors, electric front windows, climate control, cruise control, heated front seats and multi-function display.

Similarly, the top-of-the-range Barbarian rivals a lot of premium 4×4 in terms of specification, with leather seats, 20 inch alloys, DAB radio, rear spoiler, Bluetooth, reversing camera and a touch-screen satellite navigation system.

New features

The Barbarian and Warrior spec customers now benefit from a new audio unit with USB Port, Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) and improved sound deadening on auto derivatives, while SG2 buyers receive all this extra, in addition to rear air conditioning.


Prices start from £23,040.83 plus VAT on the 3.2-litre, short-wheelbase SG2 4Work right through to the short-wheelbase Barbarian Auto at £29,278.33 plus VAT. Only the SG2 is available on the long-wheelbase. All vehicles are in the dealerships and ready to order now.