The Shogun isn’t a cheap car and, like most big 4x4s, resale values aren’t the strongest. Fuel consumption is as steep as you’d expect – mid-thirties at best – so prepare to throw a lot of juice in the tank. Also, every Shogun is in the top, 35%, company car tax band.
Mitsubishi Shogun quality & reliability
The no-nonsense off-road ethos of the Shogun is evident in the way it's built. The cabin materials are more hard-wearing than classy, but like the rest of the car, they feel like they'll easily last the distance. The car's simple design and engineering should guarantee many a trouble-free mile, on- or off-road.
Mitsubishi Shogun safety & security
Traction and stability control systems are standard across the range and aim to keep you out of trouble. Anti-lock brakes come with electronic brakeforce distribution for more stable stopping power. Front, side and curtain airbags are also standard, along with keyless entry and alarm.