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Mitsubishi announces Shogun price drop

Date: 23 August 2013   |   Author: Jack Carfrae

Mitsubishi has slashed prices of its Shogun 4x4 by up to £5000 depending on the model.

The reductions range from between £3900 to the full £5000 across the range and apply to both passenger models and commercial vehicles and long- and short-wheelbase.

The cheapest SG2 short-wheelbase manual passenger model now starts at £26,199, while the priciest long-wheelbase SG4 automatic passenger version costs £36,799.

The Shogun has proved popular with public sector fleets such as the Highways Agency, which require robust vehicles for use in all weathers.