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Mitsubishi Shogun Sport

(2018 - present)

The Mitsubishi Shogun Sport is a seven-seat SUV that is currently the largest model in the Mitsubishi SUV family. It is based on the popular L200 pick-up, which is reflected in it being more functional and less luxurious than the car-based crossovers from other brands.

The Shogun Sport has received generally poor reviews from the UK motoring media. As of November 2019, it has the unwanted distinction of being the lowest-rated car we have analysed in our Expert Ratings aggregator.

The Shogun Sport has received praise for its off-road ability, towing ability and overall spaciousness, but been criticised for its poor on-road driving experience, poor fuel consumption and general lack of refinement.

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Body style: Large SUV
Engines: diesel
Price: From £29,999 on-road

Launched: Spring 2018
Last updated: N/A
Replacement due: TBA


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Safety rating

Independent crash test and safety ratings from Euro NCAP

The Mitsubishi Shogun Sport has not been crash tested and rated by Euro NCAP.

Eco rating

Independent emissions and efficiency ratings from Green NCAP

The Mitsubishi Shogun Sport has not been lab tested and rated by Green NCAP.

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