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About Mitsubishi Shogun Commercial

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The Shogun is so tough and reliable in all terrains and weather that it’s used by half the country’s police forces and the Highways Agency. Mitsubishi claims that the Shogun’s engine is the biggest four-cylinder one in any production car, and of course these vans are based on the cars, so you get a very powerful commercial vehicle that can cope with extreme weather and demanding driving surfaces.

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About Mitsubishi Shogun Commercial

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The Shogun is so tough and reliable in all terrains and weather that it’s used by half the country’s police forces and the Highways Agency. Mitsubishi claims that the Shogun’s engine is the biggest four-cylinder one in any production car, and of course these vans are based on the cars, so you get a very powerful commercial vehicle that can cope with extreme weather and demanding driving surfaces.

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About Mitsubishi Shogun Commercial

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In the 4Work Commercial series, you get the SWB (short wheel base) SG2, Warrior and Barbarian. The SG2 also comes in an LWB (long wheel base) version. The 3.2 litre engines are four-cylinder diesels and give the Shogun the ability to carry a payload of 650kg and tow up to 3000kg. It looks really stylish - every inch the 4x4 - but it's able to handle extremely demanding loads and conditions without sacrificing performance.

Because of their performance, good looks and driveability, you may wonder whether the tax people accept the Shogun 4Work range as commercial vehicles. They do, because Mitsubishi has been careful to ensure that the Shogun complies completely with Revenue and Customs build regulations for light commercial vehicles. That means that if you provide a Shogun for your employees, they have a reduced Benefit in Kind liability. Similarly, if you trade as a registered company, you can potentially reclaim the VAT on the vehicle.

The SWB SG2 is the three-door version, and the LWB SG2 has five doors. Both have ABS brakes with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution and Mitsubishi’s Active Stability and Track Control (M-ASTC), which assists traction and helps you stay safe in the most demanding conditions.

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There are roof rails to secure loads of up to 100kg and side steps to help passengers get in and out. The vehicle has rain and dusk sensors, HID headlamps with auto-levelling and front fog lamps. Keyless entry is available too. Needless to say, the front seats are heated, the steering wheel is leather and there’s cruise control.

The 3.2 litre engine is a DOHC common rail four-cylinder diesel and compliant with Euro 6b emissions standards (238 g/km). Urban mileage comes in at 27.4mpg and non-urban at 34mpg. The Shogun has a automatic five-speed gearbox with a clutchless manual shift facility. When you select Sports mode, the Super Select all-terrain four-wheel-drive system allows you to choose four different rear-wheel or 4WD configurations - and the brilliant part of this is that you can select these while the vehicle is moving.

When it comes to entertainment, there’s an element type aerial in the window, Bluetooth, MP3 CD/Radio with six speakers and a USB port. All the audio controls are on the steering wheel - convenient but also safer.

The three-door Warrior 4Work has the same underlying specification as the SG2, but it also has leather upholstery, a powered driver's seat, chrome trim, a reversing camera, tailgate privacy, a sat-nav system with a 7” touch screen and DAB radio.

The Barbarian 4Work has three doors and the next level of trim up from the Warrior - 20” black and silver alloy wheels, a full spare-wheel cover and aluminium sports pedals.

Obviously, these are desirable vehicles, so in terms of security there are a category-one Thatcham alarm, immobiliser, locking wheel nuts and visible VIN - all of these come as standard. And there’s a huge number of optional extras too.

So whether you’re lugging bricks about during the week or cross-country rallying at the weekend, the Shogun is an extremely rugged, versatile, safe and reliable choice.

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