There's enough adjustment in the driver's seat to get most people comfortable, but the steering wheel adjusts for height only, not reach. All-round visibility is a strong point, while the controls are grouped together sensibly and are easy-to-use.
Mitsubishi Shogun space & practicality
The Shogun is a big car with bags of space. You're unlikely to hear passengers on the first two rows complain about head- or legroom, but the third-row seats are best reserved for children. These seats tuck away under the boot floor when they're not needed and leave masses of boot space. The seats, however, aren’t as clever as they are in many big 4x4s.
Mitsubishi Shogun equipment
All Shoguns have climate control, alloys, MP3-compatible CD player, electric windows and mirrors and keyless entry. Warriors get a reversing camera, privacy glass and leather, while SG3 models have automatic lights and wipers, rear air-con controls and sat-nav. The SG4 model throws in a rear-seat DVD screen system.