Review: Mitsubishi Shogun Sport (1998 – 2006)
Tough, dependable and hard working. Better from 2000 onwards and improved again in 2002. Impressive survival rate. In 2018, of 18,500 L200 Shogun Sports sold between year 2000 and 2007, 12,000 are still on the road.
Unsophisticated road manners. Really an SUV based on an L200 pick-up.
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From mid November 2001 got the new L200's uprated Step III 2.5 diesel engine, which brought it a 16% power boost and a 5% improvement in economy. Revised 4-cylinder in-line 2.5 litre turbo-diesel... Read more
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