Common questions

Is the Mitsubishi Shogun Sport reliable?

Is the Mitsubishi Shogun Sport reliable?

Mitsubishi has a fantastic reliability record, so although we don’t have any specific data for the Shogun Sport, you can reasonably hope that there won’t be constant trips to the dealer. If you do have any trouble, the car comes with an excellent five-year or 62,500-mile warranty as standard.

Are Shogun Sport good off-road?

Here, the Shogun Sport has a real advantage over conventional SUVs. Its ability to switch between high and low range gearboxes and lock the differentials, coupled with its terrain selection system, makes it capable of dealing with off-road conditions that would stymie many of its competitors.

How many miles will a Shogun do?

Great comfort, high driving position, great visibility and bags of room, this thing swallows up families and luggage no problem. I’ll be keeping my Shogun for years to come. I’ve heard they can easily go to 250,000 miles if well maintained.

What is the road tax on a Mitsubishi Shogun?


Annual Road Tax CO2 Emissions (g/km)
3.2 DI-DC (197bhp) SG3 5d Auto £340.00 224 (Band K)
3.2 DI-DC SG3 5d Auto £340.00 224 (Band K)
3.2 DI-DC (187bhp) SG3 5d Auto (31 Mar 2017 – 28 Feb 2018) £155.00 245 (Band L)
3.2 DI-DC (187bhp) SG3 5d Auto (1 Oct 2015 – 31 Mar 2017) £585.00 245 (Band L)

When did they stop making the Mitsubishi Shogun?

The fourth iteration of the Shogun dates from 2006 and is being discontinued after a number of facelifts during its long life. The Shogun is built at Mitsubishi’s plant in Sakahogi, Japan, which recently completed the final European-spec models.

Does Shogun Sport have diff lock?

The Shogun has two; as well as a centre diff lock, there’s another on the back axle, so even with a rear wheel floating in mid-air, you’ll still have traction. But while the Shogun’s system is useful, it disengages with the rear diff lock turned on.

Does Mitsubishi Shogun have 7 seats?

The Shogun Sport is the ultimate SUV, born of decades of four wheel drive, off-road engineering experience. With 7 seats and a 3.1 tonne towing capacity it’s designed to take you where ever you need to go and carry whatever you want to take, whether that’s people or cargo.

How many Litres of fuel does a Shogun hold?

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 90
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): 1033
Max. Loading Weight: 640
Max. Roof Load: 100
Max. Towing Weight – Braked: 3300

What Insurance Group is a Shogun?


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Are Mitsubishi Shoguns good?

The Mitsubishi Shogun has been on sale for over 35 years, and the current fourth generation has spent over 12 years in showrooms. It sacrifices on-road comfort for excellent off-road ability, so we’d only really recommend the Shogun if you need a car that will get you to remote locations off the beaten track.

Is the Mitsubishi Shogun Sport a 4×4?

The Mitsubishi Shogun Sport nestles mid-range in Mitsubishi’s 4×4 line-up between the Shogun Pinin and the full-size Shogun. It’s available in a number of guises, the one we have on test here is the top of the range “Warrior”, in this case powered by a 2.5-litre four cylinder turbo diesel, but also available as a 3.0-litre petrol V6.

How many miles per gallon does a Mitsubishi Shogun get?

Earlier this year, the prices were reduced by £2,000 across the range leaving this, the top of the range diesel costing only £21,000. This is backed up by 9k mile service intervals and a 3 year unlimited mileage warranty. The Shogun Sport averaged 22 mpg over 1000 miles of mixed driving. The petrol V6 would probably struggle to get above 20 mpg.

What makes the Mitsubishi Shogun Sport different from the L200?

Mitsubishi says some of the Shogun Sport’s development budget was spent on bespoke body mounts, dampers tuned for comfort and additional cabin insulation to improve refinement compared with the L200 pick-up, as well as a revised rear suspension set-up to enhance ride and handling.

How much does the Toyota Shogun Sport cost?

The top-spec 4, which starts at £39,775 and is expected to be chosen by three-quarters of Shogun Sport buyers, adds — among other items — heated front seats, an uprated audio system and adaptive cruise control.