Mitsubishi Shogun

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The Mitsubishi Shogun, as it’s known on these shores, has been around since the early 1980s and has served as a utilitarian and comfortable off-roader. 

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The Mitsubishi Shogun, as it’s known on these shores, has been around since the early 1980s and has served as a utilitarian and comfortable off-roader. 

It is known by several different names across the world, including Pajero in its native Japan and Montero in Spain and South America. 

Early cars were known for their reliability and ruggedness, as well as strong performance off-road which made them popular with everyone from farmers to those needing to tow a horse box. Models were imported from Japan and could be distinguished by their Pajero badging.

The Shogun Sport pick-up truck was available between 1998 and 2006, but this was perhaps better suited to being an off-road work-horse than a daily driver. 

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Most Popular Model Reviews

Mitsubishi Shogun Station Wagon 1984 - 2000

3 out of 5
Mitsubishi Shogun Station Wagon 1984 - 2000

New price range:
£11,799 - £40,245

Used price range:
£254 - £1,972

Quality; ability; reliability
Recent cars are still expensive; five-door is cumbersome

Mitsubishi Shogun Station Wagon 2000 - 2006

3 out of 5
Mitsubishi Shogun Station Wagon 2000 - 2006

New price range:
£21,544 - £37,940

Used price range:
£728 - £5,213

Strong off-road ability, robust build quality, very reliable
Poor on road handling, agricultural diesels

Mitsubishi Shogun Station Wagon 2007 - 2018

3.5 out of 5
Mitsubishi Shogun Station Wagon 2007 - 2018

New price range:
£24,954 - £43,454

Used price range:
£3,148 - £32,536

Impressive off-road ability, well built cabin, generous standard equipment
Crude compared to many offroaders, lacks interior refinement, noisy engine

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