In 1982 Mitsubishi launched a brand new breed of car: a 4x4 which was tough enough to go where others feared to tread, yet enjoyed the sort of sophisticated specification normally associated with top end saloons. Over 30 years later the Shogun is an icon and the latest generation is the strongest, quietest, safest and smartest Shogun ever built.
Of course the Shogun has changed considerably since the early
days, but the principle has never varied: to this day it remains a
dyed-in-the-wool, no-holds-barred, authentic off-roader, built
to outlast the opposition if not the owner. Indulgent yet
supremely practical, it is superb value for money, unbeatable
for loading, lugging and pulling heavy objects, and absolutely
unstoppable in the wild. The technical superiority of its
drivetrain, four-wheel independent suspension and stability
and traction control systems have been honed in the extreme
conditions of cross-country rallying, and its phenomenal
reliability has been proven, beyond a shadow of a doubt,
time and time again. Indeed, the Shogun is a vehicle genuinely
beloved by its owners: no less than seventy percent of all new
sales are repeat purchases, so maybe you should find out why.
|On The Road Price||£30,574.00|
|Total Amount Of Credit||£24,074.00|
|Total Amount Payable||£34,303.29|
|Optional Final Payment||£11,360.00|
|Excess Mileage Charge||£0.12|
|Fixed Interest Rate||5.9%|
Terms and Conditions
Deposit Contributions can only be used towards a finance option through Shogun Finance Ltd. The 0% APR Representative is only available on Hire Purchase Finance plan, requires a 50% deposit and is over 12 months, it is only available through Shogun Finance Ltd T/A Finance Mitsubishi, 116 Cockfosters Road, Barnet, EN4 0DY and is subject to status to UK resident customers aged 18 and over. Finance Mitsubishi is part of Lloyds Banking Group. Offer is only applicable in the UK (excludes Channel Islands & I.O.M), subject to availability, whilst stocks last and may be amended or withdrawn at any time. Offer available between 29th June 2016 and 28th September 2016.