Used Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 2018 - present review


Mitsubishi Shogun Sport
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What alternatives should I consider to a used Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 4x4?

If you don’t plan on doing any off-roading, simply any other large SUV would be a better buy than a Mitsubishi Shogun Sport. A Peugeot 5008 is much more economical, nicer to drive and still comes with seven decent-sized seats. A Hyundai Santa Fe would have a much longer warranty and a Kia Sorento has a lot more kit for less money.

But, if you’re after a full-blown mud-plugger, then a Toyota Land Cruiser might fit the bill nicely. It has Toyota’s famed reputation for reliability, has a more spacious interior with plenty of oddments storage space and is a fair bit more economical than the Shogun Sport. It doesn’t come with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, but that’s really the only thing the Mitsubishi has on it.

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Mitsubishi Shogun Sport
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A true off-roader with a separate chassis, the Mitsubishi Shogun Sport is best kept away from Tarmac because of its vague on-road manners.

  • Standard seven seats
  • Off-road ability
  • Cheap feeling interior
  • Expensive to buy and run
  • Fidgety ride