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New Mitsubishi Shogun Sport: prices, specifications and CO2 emissions

Mitsubishi Shogun Sport


Mitsubishi’s all-new flagship off-road vehicle, the Shogun Sport, goes on sale in July, priced from £37,775.

The seven-seat SUV sits between the Outlander and Shogun in the range and will be offered with a choice of two trim levels: Shogun Sport 3 and Shogun Sport 4.

Both versions use a 2.4-litre turbodiesel engine that produces 181PS and 430Nm of torque combined with an all-wheel drive system and an all-new, eight-speed automatic transmission. It can return a combined 32.8mpg, with CO2 emissions of 227g/km.

Mitsubbishi says it is the most capable and advanced full-size SUV it has ever produced. Drivers can switch seamlessly between two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive on all terrains.

Standard specification includes Hill Descent Control, Trailer Start Assist, Hill Start Assist and a dedicated off-road mode.

Luggage space reaches 1,488 litres with the rear seat folded.

The entry-level Shogun Sport 3 features leather upholstery, electrically adjustable front seats, power folding mirrors, LED headlamps, reversing camera with rear parking sensors and keyless entry.

Priced from £39,775, the Shogun Sport 4 adds heated front seats, a 510W sound system and advanced safety and driver assistance systems including; Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Mitigation, Blind Spot Warning, a 360-degree view camera and the Ultrasonic Mis-Acceleration Mitigation System which utilises front parking sensors to halt any accidental sudden acceleration when any obstacles are detected nearby.

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