Mitsubishi Shogun (2007 - 2019)

4

3.2 SG3 LWB

reviewed by macscrooge on 13 August 2021
4
Overall rating
3
How it drives
2
Fuel economy
4
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
3
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
4
How you rate the manufacturer
4
Overall reliability

Ready for the Zombie Apocalypse!

Bought to replace my wife’s 2008 Honda CR-V (our third), this car does a fairly low mileage so the less than stellar fuel consumption isn’t really an issue. We both adore this car and the dog is Ok with it too.
The Shogun is a big, friendly thing and rather puts me in mind of my old Volvo 940 wagons, only much taller. It looks fabulous, is surprisingly sprightly, comfy, well tooled-up and of course, vast! The vocal engine and rustic suspension leave you in no doubt that you are operating machinery - but this makes for a refreshing change from the ‘appliance’ like nature of many modern cars.
Thus far we’ve not used the 4WD as it handles tidily enough even on greasy roads in 2WD mode. Best to slow down a bit for the corners though!
You’ll easily spot our Shogun - it’s the one without a tow bar....
UPDATE August 2021. Still going strong but an expensive aircon issue needing a couple of dealer visits has lost one star.

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Price£21,544–£44,075
Road TaxK–L
MPG21.4–36.2 mpg
Real MPG82.9%

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