Written on: 26/03/2011 by maxdrobot (2 reviews written)
I previously owned a 1996 Toyota landcruiser colorado diesel manual and wont fault that car either but will say the 5 speed 2001 Shogun Di-D Equippe is just a notch better than the legendary 1996 Colorado/ Prado in terms of the pulling power,comfortabilty and stabilty on the road.
Fuel economy is great and does roughly 25km/ gallon.. and that is rough at 90 to 100 km/hour.
I bought mine with a a first gear defect which i suspect is a worn synchroniser and with 200,000km on the mileometer… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/11/2010
What a car! 3.2 DID engine on an automatic box, pulls like a train. Its been a great car for towing and is a VERY capable off roader, getting most places my friends freelander struggles with. All round a fantastic car, dont expect a lightning fast motorway cruiser but its happy at 75-80 all day long… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/05/2005 by timcarter50 (1 review written)
Bought the Mitsubishi 3.2 DDI 4x4 from new for the Wife and she absolutely loves it. When I get a chance to drive it I feel the same. It's big, but not long, with a great driving position.
It has every extra you might need and everything works just, well, perfectly. Even down to the almost silent indicator clicking.
It has selectable 2 wheel drive, 4 wheel drive, low drive, high drive and triptronics.
Fuel economy is a bit low, typically 27'ish mpg but does this vehicle go. Loads of… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/03/2003 by Barmybaz. (1 review written)
Fuel consumption, selection of 4wd system, comfort, standard equipment are all good points. Just to upset everyone, buy and install a power box chip for £300 to take it up to 200 bhp. No flatspots, quieter and smoother engine, and when you floor the auto box it takes off like a scolded cat… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/12/2001 by Stuart. (1 review written)
Compared to my previous 2.8 Shogun this new model is not a revamp of it's predecessor - they threw away the drawings and it's now a totally different car. It's wider & longer and whilst it was spacious before now it's even more so. The previous method of having the 3rd row seats fold up and to the side really cramped the load space if you wanted to put anything really huge inside but now you can't even see the rear seat until you want it. When necessary it folds easily out of the floor and… Read Full Review
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