The latest Mitsubishi Shogun cars in stock
If you live in the countryside or spend your time powering up hills, you could do worse than a used Mitsubishi Shogun. It's a fantastic off-roader that, truth be told, has its limitations around town. Built from 1998 to 2007, it was originally known as Challenger. The Shogun does make a good large family car, with plenty load space and a decent 2.5-litre diesel engine. The earlier models came with 100bhp, but this was later uprated to 115, which takes the Shogun Sports to 60mph in 16.3 seconds and on to 93mph. It's a good engine for towing and manages nearly 30mpg. The 170 or 175bhp 3.0VS is smoother but thirstier, at just 16mpg. The TD GLX is the entry-level model and it's fitted with limited slip differential and a radio/cassette, so you might want to consider an after-market CD player. With the GLS, you get alloys, roof rails and spoiler, front fogs, headlamp washers and luggage area cover. In 2001, the range was rebadged as the Classic, Equippe and Elegance.