Prices start at around £37,000 for the entry-level Shogun Sport 3 variant. That pitches this SUV against strong (though less capable) SUV 'D'-segment 7-seat competitors like Hyundai's Santa Fe, Kia's Sorrento, Skoda's Kodiaq and the Land Rover Discovery Sport. To face down models like these, this model needed strong equipment levels - and gets them. All variants feature leather upholstery, electrically-adjustable front seats, power folding mirrors, full-LED headlamps and tail lamps, dual-zone climate control, a reversing camera with rear parking sensors, keyless entry, privacy glass and automatic headlamps and wipers.
Bluetooth connectivity with music streaming is also standard, as is the Mitsubishi Motors Smartphone Link Display Audio system which allows users to connect to apps or other features of their Apple or Android smartphone through the touchscreen or via voice control. Priced from around £39,000, the plusher Shogun Sport 4 adds heated front seats, the Mitsubishi Power Sound System with additional tweeters and a 510W amplifier, headlamp washers and a full rosta of camera-driven safety kit. This includes Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Mitigation which uses radars in the front grille to judge whether there is risk of a collision with the vehicle in front. There's also a Blind Spot Warning system, a 360?? 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.