Mitsubishi Shogun goes commercial | New Release - Car News Feb 2019


13:02 Wednesday 27 Feb 2019

A new commercial version of the Mitsubishi Shogun Sport has been launched, aimed at retail and business users.

The Mitsubishi Shogun Sport Commercial has a flat rear load area measuring 1,920mm x 1,000mm, and with clearance of 1,040mm high.  This gives the off-road SUV a voluminous load capacity of 1,488 litres VDA, and a maximum load capacity of 605kg.  The Shogun can also tow up to 3.1 tonnes.

It has the same Super Select II 4WD system as the standard Shogun Sport, which has an off-road terrain selector with settings for gravel, mud/snow, sand and rock, low ratio transfer gearing, lockable centre and rear differential, and Hill Descent Control.

The Mitsubishi Shogun Sport Commercial also features 18-inch alloy wheels, 360-degree camera, heated leather seats, LED headlamps, keyless operation system, audio system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth, DAB radio, 510-watt Mitsubishi Power Sound speaker system, two USB connections, 3-pin plug socket located in the centre console, Forward Collision Mitigation, Blind Spot Warning, and Trailer Stability Assist all as standard.

The Shogun Sport Commercial is available to order now and is priced from £32,504 CVOTR.


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