Mitsubishi Shogun review

Category: Luxury SUV

Section: Interior

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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

Sit behind the wheel of the Shogun and you’re transported back to the early 2000s. Although there’s plenty of soft-touch plastic on the tops of the doors and dashboard, you don’t have to look much lower to find hard, unattractive materials and cheap-looking switches.

All but the entry-level SG2 models get electric leather seats as standard that have a decent range of adjustment, but the steering wheel doesn’t move enough to suit taller drivers. Whatever you do, you’ll feel like you’re towering over almost every other road user. We also find the seats to be rather flat and unsupportive, leaving you clinging onto the steering wheel in bends.