Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
How the Shogun performs in this section depends entirely on the version you’re looking at. The three-door short-wheelbase model has only room for five, less rear leg room and a smaller boot than the long-wheelbase seven-seater. With that in mind, families will be better off looking at the biggest Shogun.
Up front, there’s plenty of head room and the interior is wide, so there’s lots of space between you and your passenger. You’ll also find a good selection of storage solutions for all you odds and ends; the cubby under the front armrest is particularly cavernous.