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Mitsubishi Shogun Sport

  • tickGreat off-road performance
  • tickGood towing capacity
  • tickPlenty of space inside

Mitsubishi Shogun Sport SUV (2018 - )

The Shogun Sport will appeal to a pretty specific group of customers. It’s not brilliant to drive, and the interior quality isn’t fantastic either. But its off-road capabilities are excellent, and it’s a genuine seven-seater with plenty of space inside. If either of those criteria are important to you then it’s well worth checking out, but in other areas, there are rival cars that will perform better.
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Mitsubishi Shogun Sport running costs

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Mitsubishi Shogun Sport features

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Mitsubishi Shogun Sport reliability

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Mitsubishi Shogun Sport interior

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Mitsubishi Shogun Sport performance

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It goes without saying there is a huge amount of choice in the SUV and crossover market at the price at which the Shogun Sport operates, though when you zero in on the Mitsubishi’s real selling points you realise it’s a rather more specialist machine operating in a smaller niche. In a Land Rover context it’s priced against the Land Rover Discovery Sport, where in reality it’s more like a Defender in terms of its target audience. You could probably buy a Shogun Sport for little over half of what a well-specced Defender would cost, and it’s pretty much as capable off-road. But in style, tech and desirability the Land Rover operates in an entirely different league. Indeed, a SsangYong Rexton is probably a closer comparison for the Mitsubishi.

There’s only one engine choice and, while it’s fit for the functional purpose, the 2.4-litre diesel is poor for emissions and economy, and the Shogun Sport will cost quite a bit to run.
It goes without saying there is a huge amount of choice in the SUV and crossover market at the price at which the Shogun Sport operates, though when you zero in on the Mitsubishi’s real selling points you realise it’s a rather more specialist machine operating in a smaller niche. In a Land Rover context it’s priced against the Land Rover Discovery Sport, where in reality it’s more like a Defender in terms of its target audience. You could probably buy a Shogun Sport for little over half of what a well-specced Defender would cost, and it’s pretty much as capable off-road. But in style, tech and desirability the Land Rover operates in an entirely different league. Indeed, a SsangYong Rexton is probably a closer comparison for the Mitsubishi.

There’s only one engine choice and, while it’s fit for the functional purpose, the 2.4-litre diesel is poor for emissions and economy, and the Shogun Sport will cost quite a bit to run.

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