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Retail price £15,990
Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG2 Van +20

Year 2014

Transmission Manual

Mileage 72,536

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 3.2

Retail price £33,069 Finance from £876 per month
Mitsubishi Shogun SPORT 2.4 DI-DC 181PS 4 5DR AUTO +20

Year

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 15

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 2.4

Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 2.4 DI-DC Commercial Auto

Year 2019

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 17,031

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 2.4

Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 2.4 DI-DC 4 5dr Auto 4WD +24

Year 2019

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 9,403

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 2.4

Retail price £14,450 Finance from £367 per month
Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC [197] SG2 5dr Station +47

Year 2015

Transmission Manual

Mileage 46,674

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 3200

Retail price £6,995 Finance from £164 per month
Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2TD (168bhp) 4X4 Elegance Stat +17

Year 2007

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 97,000

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 3200

Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 2.4 DI-DC 4 5dr Auto 4WD +24

Year 2020

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 9,624

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 2.4

Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC [187] SG2 3dr Auto +24

Year 2018

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 18,729

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 3.2

Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 2.4 DI-DC 4 5dr Auto 4WD +15

Year 2019

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 4,128

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 2.4

Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-DC [187] Barbarian 3dr Au +24

Year 2015

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 43,000

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 3.2

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Why buy a used Mitsubishi Shogun with Exchange and Mart?

In its own quiet way, Mitsubishi often seems to spot innovation early. Porsche licensed copies of Mitsubishi's contra rotating balancer shaft to make their engines as smooth as butter and the Gasoline Direct Injection technology fitted to the Carisma was rapidly imitated by many manufacturers. The third generation Mitsubishi Shogun, which arrived in May 2000, was also a car that helped set trends. Engines and suspension were bolted directly to the monocoque body rather than installed in a separate chassis, contrary to the way that many family-style 4x4s had developed. In fact, it had more in common with the car-like luxury 4x4 models such as BMW's X5. This 'hybrid' between old school rugged appeal and modern underpinnings proved very popular, and this fourth generation car builds on those solid foundations with a massive host of detail changes. Here's how to look for a used bargain amongst the later fourth generation models. If there's one thing the Shogun has a lot of it's history and a brief precis is probably in order. The first generation car appeared at the 1981 Tokyo Show, followed by the second generation (1992-1999) and third generation models (1999-2007). The bigger but more energy efficient fourth generation version debuted in 2007 but we're particularly interested here in the post-2009 cars. These models built on the fourth generation Shogun's improved safety, Euro IV emissions compliance and superior interior quality and added a 3.2-litre turbodiesel engine that boosted power from a modest 168bhp to a far more muscular 197bhp. A new five-speed automatic gearbox was also introduced. This model persisted until 2011 when Mitsubishi introduced a subtle facelift with a revised chrome grille with slotted bars and thick dividers on either sides. There were also colour-keyed bumpers, a black front skid plate, redesigned alloy wheels and black roof rails.

About the Mitsubishi Shogun

The Mitsubishi Shogun is hardly the last word in glamour but sometimes something rugged and unpretentious is just the ticket. The post-2009 cars are a good deal better to drive than the early 'Gen 4' Shogun models, due to the added power and torque. They're also 10% more economical to boot, while emissions dropped from 271 to a more manageable 247g/km. My tip would be a five door Elegance with the automatic gearbox. It's still a tough beast but there's a smoothness to this transmission that is so much more relaxing than a manual model.

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If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 14.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed rate of interest of 14.9%, you would pay £163.87 per month. Total charge for credit will be £1,865.76 and total amount repayable is £7,865.76