The Mitsubishi Shogun Black Edition features an impressive list of accessories as standard, but how does it compare to modern SUV competitors?
Based on the top of the range SG4 trim level, the Mitsubishi Shogun Black includes sat-nav, leather upholstery and a reversing camera. In addition, the Black includes head and tail-light surrounds, a grille finished with matt-black, foglights bezels, door handles, side-steps, rear roof spoiler and 20 inch alloy wheels.
Although the Mitsubishi lacks the prestige of a Jeep or Land Rover, it remains a straightforward and practical motor, with unexpected qualities such as heated seats and seven-inch screens in the back of the front seats.
The vehicle is powered by a 197bhp four-cylinder 3.2-litre diesel, sounding rough at idle speeds and when accelerating. Even with the Mitsubishi weighing 2.2-tonnes, a useful 441Nm of torque from 2,000rpm means rapid dispatches. On larger wheels, the ride can be uneven, and the electrically powered steering can lack sharpness. In spite of the Mitsubishi's epic size, the vehicle isn't overawing. A boot as big as 1,719 litres is also available with the rear seats folded down.
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