Written on: 21/12/2009
hello my name is joe i love the shogun it will go any were for me not like a land rover sorry i mean gay rover it gets stuck on any thing i had one it was
rubbish i turned it over on a roundabout going 39mph its top speed was 91
i can take a corner in the shogun at 57mph its top speed is 115 the onle thing i dont like about it its to tall so the roof get scratched off bushes
an it to long and it only does 30mpg but besides that i would recomend
tha you burn your land rover and buy a... (read more)
Written on: 31/03/2006 by BULLDOG001
The Mitsubishi Shogun is a great 4x4 car, it is a great car to be a passenger in and to be behind the wheel of it can handle virtually anything for £7,000 you can buy mine. (read more)
Written on: 15/10/2005 by mum of many
I needed a large car capable of fitting 4 child seats and a months worth of shopping. This is no problem for the Mitsubishi Shogun, as it has a super amount of space inside. I am a mum with numerous school runs, narrow lanes, and minute parking spaces to contend with, and I still manage despite the size of this monster. I feel safe in this motor, as I sit high and there is good all round vision, albeit reversing can be a bit difficult to assess the distance between the car and the space... (read more)
Written on: 11/10/2005 by RB001
I owned a Landrover Discovery and a Honda CRV before the Shogun. I loved the Discovery but it let me down too often, and in hindsight it drove like a tractor. The CRV was just boring. The Shogun is a much better car than both of these. It's reliable, hard as nails, totally comfortable, and it feels very safe. It cruises up and down motorways, and is also handy around town... for such a big car. I can't fault it. (read more)
Written on: 15/09/2005 by markwatson
I have owned a Mitsubishi Shogun 2.8TDI now for the last 19 months it has got 93,000 mile on the clock and it is on its 3rd engine. It's very good on fuel it hasn't cost much in the last 9 month as it is still in a garage waiting for repairs but a 4x4 x half. (read more)
Written on: 28/10/2004 by shirst (1 review written)
I have been an owner of a Mitsubishi Shogun 2.8TDI 7 seater 4x4 for over 2 years during which time I have clocked up nearly 80,000 miles. The clock is now at 113,000 and I have just had to replace the exhaust system at a cost of £300. My local mechanic (not dealer) puts in a service every 12 -14000 miles and this seems to do the trick.
I use the car largely for motorway driving and find that the size of the vehicle offers a high degree of safety whilst the engine throbs at a steady 90mph.... (read more)
Written on: 07/02/2003 by ginger.
mitsubishi shogun is the best out of toyota land cruiser and land rover discovery. The shogun drives brilliant off road (read more)
Written on: 01/11/2002 by The Somerset Samurai.
I run a Shogun 2800 TDI for pleasure and in my towing business.This vehicle will tow anything - with ease -in all conditions,with complete reliability.It is roomy, comfortable and fuel consumption is reasonable. Mine does 24 mpg at all times, towing or not.Taken overall there are very few vehicles that can equal it. (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2001 by Niall.
This is my first Mitsubishi Pajero (called Shogun in UK and Ireland). I drive the 2.5 TDi variant. It is an excellent commuting vehicle and weekend workhorse and it easily endures all kinds of conditions here in Finland where there is Arctic winter for five months of the year. The Pajero's 4x4 traction is excellent in fresh deep snow and on packed slippery ice. Interior space is excellent with seven seats, two of which are reserve in the cargo bay. Driving visibility is excellent. The only... (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2001 by Stuart.
Had a Toyota Landcruiser before this which went very rigid when in 4WD and reverse was a hard time. Despite it's size the Mitsubishi Shogun drives better than most cars in & out of 4WD. Massive amount of room inside, the 7 seats are handy and the rear most seats are quite substantial & complete with headrests but easily fold away. Top speed isn't much as with others in it's class (110 if the wind isn't against you) but put your foot down from scratch and it really shifts! Perfectly... (read more)
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