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Brand New 67 Plate Mitsubishi Shogun3.2 DI-DC [187] SG2 5dr Auto

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Standard specification

Driver Convenience

Bluetooth telephone connectivityCentre multi info display
Cruise controlDoor ajar warning lamp
Lights on warningOdometer/tripmeter with digital display
PASRemote fuel flap release
Tachometer 

Entertainment

6 speakersBluetooth audio streaming
Steering wheel mounted audio controlsStereo radio/CD player and MP3 facility
USB port 

Exterior Features

Auto dimming rear view mirrorAutomatic headlamp levelling
Automatic lights and wipersBlack roof rails
Chrome front grilleColour keyed bumpers
Colour keyed door handlesColour keyed door mirrors
Electric adjustable/heated/folding door mirrorsElectric windows with drivers 'one touch' open
Front and rear towing ringsFront fog lamps
Front skid plateHeadlight washers
Intermittent rear wash/wipeLED daytime running lights
Rear quarter windows 'butterfly' typeRear window demister with timer
Silver side stepsVariable intermittent front wash/wipe
Xenon headlights 

Interior Features

2nd row centre armrest with built-in cupholders2nd row side armrests with built-in cupholders
3rd row folding/removable bench seat60/40 split/folding tip-up 2nd row seats
Anti-odour air filterCabin air filter
Cargo room underfloor compartmentCentre console accessory socket
Chrome interior door handlesClimate control
Cloth upholsteryCoathangers (2)
Detachable third row headrestsDriver and passenger illuminated vanity mirror
Extendable sunvisorsFloor console box with slide-adjust centre armrest
Front accessory power socketFront cupholders
Front door courtesy lampsFront door pockets
Front map reading lightsFront seatback pockets
Gloss black gear gaiter surroundHeated front seats
Height adjustable 1st and 2nd row headrestsInstrument panel light dimmer
Interior mood lightingIsofix rear child seat preparation in 2nd row
Leather gear knob and handbrake gripLockable/illuminated glovebox
Luggage area lampLuggage cover
Luggage tie-down hooksReach and rake adjustable steering column
Rear accessory power socketRear air conditioning
Rear courtesy lightsRear interior light
Reclining rear seatsRetractable assist grips (6)
Stowage pocket in tailgate trim 

Safety

'Childproof' rear door locks3 point ELR front seat belts
3 point ELR/ALR belts x3 on 2nd rowABS+Electronic Brake force Distribution
Collapsible steering columnCurtain airbags
Dual SRS airbagsFront passenger airbag deactivation
Front seatbelt pretensionerFront side airbags
Seatbelt warning lampSTC - Stability and traction control
Two 3 point ELR/ALR seatbelts in 3rd rowTyre pressure monitoring system

Security

Central door lockingEngine immobiliser
Key left in ignition audible warningKeyless entry and alarm
Locking wheel nuts 

Technical

Diesel particulate filter 

Trim

Gloss black audio surroundMetallic interior trim

Wheels

18" alloy wheelsTailgate mounted spare wheel
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Technical specification

Emissions

CO2 (g/km)245Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 6

Engine and Drive Train

CamshaftDOHCCatalytic ConvertorTrue
CC3200Compression Ratio16.0:1
Cylinder LayoutIN-LINECylinders4
Cylinders - Bore (mm)98.5Cylinders - Stroke (mm)105
Engine LayoutNORTH SOUTHFuel DeliveryCOMMON RAIL
Gears5 SPEEDNumber of Valves16
TransmissionAUTO 

Fuel Consumption

EC Combined (mpg)30.4EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesTrue
EC Extra Urban (mpg)32.8EC Urban (mpg)26.9

General

Badge Engine CC3.2Badge Power187
Coin DescriptionDI-DCCoin SeriesSG2
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0737DService Interval Frequency - Months12
Service Interval Mileage12500Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage62500
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years5Vehicle Homologation ClassM1

Performance

Engine Power - BHP187Engine Power - KW140
Engine Power - RPM3500Engine Torque - LBS.FT325
Engine Torque - MKG45Engine Torque - NM441
Engine Torque - RPM2000 

Tyres

Alloys?TrueTyre Size Front265/60 R18
Tyre Size Rear265/60 R18Tyre Size SpareFULL SIZE
Wheel Type18" ALLOY 

Vehicle Dimensions

Height1870Wheelbase2780
Width1875 

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)69Gross Vehicle Weight3030
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)1790Max. Loading Weight655
Max. Roof Load100Max. Towing Weight - Braked3000
Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked750Minimum Kerbweight2375
No. of Seats7Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb11.4
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Independent review

Review courtesy of Car and Driving

Mitsubishi Shogun

Mitsubishi's Shogun has been a seemingly constant fixture amongst family-sized 4x4s. These days, you can no longer get a manual model but the auto version still has a devoted following. Jonathan Crouch takes a look at what you get for your money.

Ten Second Review

Not all large, luxurious family-sized 4x4s have to be pretend off-roaders, really more tarmac-orientated. Here's a five or seven-seater contender that really can cut it when the going gets rough and has a proper 4x4 heritage with a badge you can trust in this sector. This fourth generation Mitsubishi Shogun offers loads of space, decent value for money and an unstoppable feel. Though it can't match the road-going prowess and interior class of German large SUV rivals, it's more practical than any of them. Authentic, capable and very tough, it'll probably out-last you.

Background

Mitsubishi likes to see its Shogun as the 'original' large 4x4, an SUV tough enough to venture where others feared to tread, yet offering the interior luxury of a high-end saloon. Back in 1982 when it was first launched, it was the only real option for those unwilling to stretch up to a Range Rover and sold in prodigious numbers until the Nineties arrived along with a host of new rivals, nearly all prioritising a smoother roadgoing experience. It took until the new millennium for the Shogun to make any real attempt to sharpen up its act on tarmac and even then, it continued to buck the luxury 4x4 trend by prioritising ultimate go-anywhere ability over ultimate roadgoing response. As the decade wore on, comparisons with luxury 4x4 models like BMW's X5, Mercedes' M-Class and Audi's Q7 seemed more and more irrelevant. This was something different, like Toyota's Landcruiser a really 'authentic' large SUV designed for people who actually wanted to fully exercise its rugged virtues. People living in remote areas. People who wanted to tow. People who wanted more than just a lifestyle statement. These folk knew what they were getting with a Shogun, but there weren't enough of them. Hence Mitsubishi's continual attempts to broaden this model's appeal, most notably with a far-reaching package of improvements in 2012, then a round of price cuts in 2013 and a general facelift in the Autumn of 2014: that's the version we're looking at here. It's only now offered in automatic form but you do still get the choice of either short or long wheelbase bodystyles.

Driving Experience

If you're after the last word in off road ability, the Mitsubishi Shogun, despite the 11 Paris-Dakar wins that it can boast, is not it. What the Shogun does offer is a very usable compromise between on-road refinement and off-road ability that will be more than adequate for most. If you want something that's a little more adept in the deep stuff, you'll be looking at something like a Land Rover Discovery. Mitsubishi's engineers will argue with this, of course, and to be fair, this car is very competent indeed in the rough stuff. The Shogun uses an AWC all-wheel control system, which works in tandem with a 'Super Select 4 II' transfer case. Using a centre differential lock to split available torque 33:67 front to rear, this system offers no fewer than four transmission modes; high range rear wheel drive, high-range full time four wheel drive, four-wheel drive with a locked centre differential for slippery conditions and low range four wheel drive with the locked differential for hauling yourself out of a mud bath. On road, owners will appreciate the added urge of the 3,200cc common-rail diesel that's now good for 197bhp, paired to the auto gearbox you now have to have. This makes the Shogun rather punchy off the line, getting to 60mph in just 10.5 seconds in auto five-door guise. The ride quality is far better than in old-school body-on-frame SUVs and the extra length of the five-door car further irons out poor surfaces. Noise levels at motorway cruising speeds are a little higher than more urbane rivals, but as a vehicle that works well both on and off road, the Mitsubishi is packed with very sensible compromises.

Design and Build

Though the front end of this model has gained a minor spruce-up in recent times with a deeper more integrated front grille and smart LED daytime running lights, the shape remains instantly familiar, the short overhangs, the upright windscreen, the strong high flanks, the flared wheelarches and the rear-mounted spare wheel all combining to remind buyers that this is no bling smoothie, instead wearing its credentials on its sleeve. Three door short or five-door long wheelbase models are offered. It's properly big too, at least in long wheel base guise. This is 4.9m long, 1.9m wide and 1.9m high so you'll need a garage with a fair amount of headroom, especially if you fit a roof box for ski trips. Mitsubishi's innovative 'Hide&Seat' system quickly converts the long wheelbase car from a five to a seven-seater with two seats that fold from a flat boot floor to create a third row complete with integrated head rests. The three door car is a little more pinched in the back, as you'd expect for a vehicle that sacrifices fully 235mm in wheelbase to its big sibling.

Market and Model

Mitsubishi's price cuts in recent years mean that you can now own a family-sized seven-seater Shogun for the price of a much smaller CR-V or RAV4-style compact SUV. Which is worth thinking about. The Shogun is fairly unique these days in SUV-land in offering a range of short wheelbase 3-door options, now priced in the £29,500-£35,000 bracket. Long wheelbase 7-seat variants start at around the £32,000 mark and range up to around £40,000. The most obvious rugged rivals are Toyota's Land Cruiser 2.8 D-4D and possibly Land Rover's Discovery both of which cost significantly more. And it gets better from Mitsubishi's point of view. Plusher versions of both the Toyota and the Land Rover sit well into the £45,000-£50,000 bracket, making this Shogun look very good value indeed. Whether you choose a SWB 5-seat or LWB 7-seat Shogun, there's just a single 197bhp 3.2-litre DI-DC diesel engine on offer and it now comes only mated to automatic transmission. Equipment levels include an alarm and keyless entry, black roof rails, heated front seats, electric windows and mirrors, plus climate control and 18-inch alloy wheels. Top models get the MMCS 'Mitsubishi Motors Communications System' colour screen with its wealth of driver information, including audio settings and a display from the fast and efficient satellite navigation set-up. Built in here is a 40GB hard disc drive that can also act as a music server, able to store up to 2,000 songs.

Cost of Ownership

Ultimately, emissions regulations will kill off this generation Shogun model; they've already made sure that we can't buy the manual gearbox version in this country because it can't meet the Euro6 standard. But then this is a very big and heavy vehicle, so you wouldn't expect it to sip fuel, especially if you're running loaded or towing. The kerb weight of long wheelbase car is a hefty 2,275kg and this takes some energy to get moving. The plus side is that whole life running costs are on the reasonable side, depreciation offset to a certain extent by the low up front asking price and by a steady demand for this sort of car, a genre that's a bit more immune to the vagaries of fashion than typical compact or luxury 4x4s. Insurance is on the reasonable side thanks to the Shogun generally being purchased by more mature customers who don't park them outside nightclubs. Fuel economy is rated at 34.9mpg (combined) for an automatic long wheelbase variant, with 213g/km of CO2.

Summary

The Mitsubishi Shogun occupies a small but important niche in an ever-evolving 4x4 market. As sales of the more ostentatious cars wane in favour of more environmentally responsible transport, there will remain a core requirement for an all-weather, all-terrain vehicle that can tow, fulfil the family responsibilities and not be too precious about things in the process. The Shogun discharges these duties with a minimum of drama. This fourth generation car brooks no great surprises but in many ways familiarity has bred respect for Mitsubishi's low-key approach. Solid engineering, a thoughtful compromise between off-road durability and on-road refinement and value pricing all combine to make sure that what some people may consider a throwback is, in fact, a vehicle of keen relevance. We'd be prepared to bet that Shoguns will still be in British dealerships long after Porsche Cayennes and Range Rover Sports are distant memories. Ultimately, perhaps this statistic is the most telling one. Seven in every ten customers for this car go on and buy another one. It's easy to see why.

Performance
70%
Handling
60%
Comfort
60%
Space
80%
Styling
80%
Build
70%
Value
60%
Equipment
70%
Economy
70%
Depreciation
70%
Insurance
70%
* This vehicle is affected by the new 2017 road tax rules. Find out more

Hire purchase (HP)

Monthly payment£620.58
Deposit£5257
Term (months)60
Fixed interest rate5%
Cash price£35,045
Credit amount£29,788
Completion fee£1
Total amount payable£42,492.80
APRFixed 9.55% APR representative

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