Mitsubishi Shogun Car Reviews

The Mitsubishi Shogun is a large 4x4. It is currently in its fourth generation. The car appeals to a wide variety of motorists, as it is available in three different versions. It serves well as a family car and as a luxury 4x4. The Shogun can also be used as a working vehicle, as it can tow an incredible 3,300kg.

Price Range: £-1 - £39,310
Insurance Groups: 29 - 31
MPG Range: 10 - 36
Score: 4/5
Spacious interior
Offers great off-road experience
Value for money
On-road ride not the best
Handling could be better
Interior is a bit boring

Latest Mitsubishi Shogun Car Reviews:

Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG2 3dr - February 2012
You could happily spend hours conquering the roughest off-road terrain in this Shogun, where it’s truly at home. The combination of its steering and suspension endow the Mitsubishi with excellent h...
Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC Warrior 3dr - March 2012
The Mitsubishi Shogun is a car that offers plenty of space and has a reasonable level of equipment, but compared to rivals from Land Rover, the Shogun doesn't quite match up. The vehicle certainly ...
Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC Warrior Auto 3dr - February 2012
The Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC Warrior Auto 3dr delivers practicality, safety and durability in an attractive package. It also comes with a good range of standard equipment but running costs are g...
Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG2 Auto 5dr - February 2012
If you're serious about off-roading, the Shogun is one of the best in the business and the diesel engine produces a mountain of torque. However, if you're never going to venture off the tarmac, the...
Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG4 Auto 5dr - February 2012
As 4x4s go, the Shogun is one of the best on the market, offering almost unrivalled off-road credentials. However, this luxurious model is squarely aimed at buyers who are unlikely to ever take the...

Mitsubishi Shogun Overview

The Shogun provides more than adequate passenger space, with room for seven people. Head and legroom are good all-round and the seats can be arranged to better accommodate passengers or removed completely to create additional boot space.

The Mitsubishi Shogun delivers a pleasurable driving experience. The car focuses on being a true off-roader rather than on providing a refined on-road experience. Moreover, it is blessed with a stylish exterior and represents good value for money.


The Mitsubishi Shogun was produced in its first generation from 1982. It was initially named the Pajero and was a 3-door, 5-seater model with a range of engine options. A year after the car’s introduction, in 1983, a 5-door version was released with space for seven passengers.

The Pajero received several updates over the course of its lifetime, and was given a much more luxurious interior in 1987.

The second generation of the vehicle debuted in 1991.

This model sported a sleeker, more stylish exterior and was equipped with more technological innovations. There was a revised range of engine options, and 4-speed or 5-speed transmissions were available.

The car was produced in its third generation from 1999. It has been completely restyled and was lower off the ground, making for better handling. Larger engines were available and the cars general performance had been improved.

The Mitsubishi Shogun is currently in its fourth generation and has been since 2006. It is equipped with enhanced safety features and more powerful engine options are available. The interior is more luxurious and sports a Rockford acoustic sound system.


The Mitsubishi Shogun is a versatile 4x4 that makes for an excellent family car with a spacious interior. It also represents good value for money.

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