2012 Mitsubishi Shogun

Mitsubishi Shogun is what they call the mighty Pajero in the British market.

The Japanese car maker released details of a refreshed model for the new year. The 2012 Shogun looks pretty the same, and is in fact basically the same vehicle as before, but it gets a few refreshing updates. It now comes with a Euro V compliant turbo diesel engine and offers a choice of either three door short-wheel base or five door long-wheel base versions.

As well as the three and five door options, Shogun buyers will have a choice of a four model line-up – the SG2, SG3, SG4 and the familiar Warrior which, in terms of specification will sit above the SG2. As always, the Shogun comes packed with an array of standard safety and luxury equipment. In addition to the re-designed front grille, all variants will benefit from new 18” alloy wheels.


Details and specs:

The 12MY marks the arrival of a fresher and sportier look across the Shogun range featuring:

  • New chrome grille with slotted bars and thick dividers on either sides
  • New colour-keyed front bumper
  • Black front skid plate
  • New twelve spoke 18” alloy wheels
  • Black roof rails
  • Euro V compliant engine

The same philosophy prevails inside the car with new items such as:

  • New high-quality material for both cloth and leather upholsteries
  • New enhanced illumination for instruments
  • New brushed silver finish for power window control panels

Furthermore, new features are also introduced, including:

  • SG3 and SG4 variants will be equipped with auto lights, auto wipers and privacy glass
  • SG4 variants will now include a colour coded spare wheel cover as standard
  • Brake override system – in case the driver accidentally hits the brake and accelerator at the same time (the car automatically opts for the safer braking option)

The new 12MY is available in the following colours:

  • Diamond Black (Pearlescent)
  • Frost White (Solid)
  • Graphite Brown  (Metallic)
  • Orient Red (Metallic)
  • Cool Silver (Metallic)

Emissions and Fuel Economy

Details 12MY
Man Auto Man Auto
Euro Status V V
Service Schedule (miles) 9000 9000
Exhaust Gas Cleaning System Cat + Closed Flow DPF Cat + Closed Flow DPF
Output PS 200 200
Fuel Economy
Combined (mpg) 36.2 34.4 34.9 33.2
Urban (mpg) 29.7 28.2 29.4 28
Extra Urban (mpg) 40.9 39.2 39.2 37.7
CO2 207 216 213 224

Servicing and Maintenance

The legendary Mitsubishi Shogun has a 3-year / unlimited mileage warranty together with a pan-European roadside assistance package. Service intervals for all 12MY Shogun variants are 9,000 miles/12 months (whichever comes first) and Mitsubishi’s extremely competitive service plan (MSP), covering the first three scheduled services can be purchased for just £750.

Vehicle Pricing

Prices for the new model year Mitsubishi Shogun range from just £29,499 for the entry level SG2 model and rise to £40,999 for the higher specification SG4 model.


Away from the much commented “Chelsea tractors” luxury soft-roaders, heavy-duty workhorses such as the Shogunhave carved out a very unique niche in the market where ability and dependability matter first and foremost.

Since its debut in 1982, Mitsubishi has produced millions of Shoguns, with a whopping 104,328 units sold in the UK alone. The Mitsubishi Shogun is a vehicle that inspires exceptional brand loyalty, with seven in ten customers retaining a Shogun.

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