Used Mitsubishi Shogun (2007 - 2018) Costs

Review by David Ross on
Last Updated: 28 Jul 2015
3.5
The Shogun is almost recognised as a brand in its own right and has been one of the stalwarts of the large 4x4 sector. For 2007 there was a (mostly) new model, bringing with it the most significant changes to the car since 2000.

3.5 out of 5

Running costs

The Shogun is priced competitively against rivals like the Toyota Land Cruiser and an average fuel consumption of up to about 30mpg is fairly typical of a large 4x4, so Mitsubishi Shogun running costs shouldn't be bad. The Shogun will typically shed about 50% or so of its original cost after three years, which isn't bad for this type of car.

Summary Running Costs

Servicing period

12,500 miles.

Warranty

Three years/unlimited miles.

Road tax (12 months)

£150.00 - £580.00

Vehicle excise duty (VED) varies according to the CO2 emissions and the fuel type of the vehicle. For cars registered after March 1st 2001 VED or road tax is based on the car's CO2 emissions. For cars registered before March 1st 2001 it is based on engine size.

Full running costs data

2 out of 5

Green credentials

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    206
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    280

CO2 emission figure (g/km)

Fuel economy rating

The arrows indicate the best and worst CO2 bands for this model.

Emissions summary

Mitsubishi Shogun emissions aren't great. The Shogun is a moderately polluting model with emissions of 207g/km of CO2 and economy of 36.2mpg for three-door manual models.

Five door models are only slightly worse with the manual version putting out 213g/km of CO2 and averaging 34.9mpg.

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