These exterior styling features come with the introduction of a (yes you guessed it) black styling kit, which includes striking black 20” alloy wheels, roof, spoiler, wing mirrors, grille and headlamp bezels, fog lamp surrounds, door handles and side steps.
Based on the current Mitsubishi 3.2 Di-D LWB Shogun SG4, the Black edition has been available since the start of the year and is available in the following colours:
Frost White (Solid) – in our opinion the best looking!
Cool Silver (Metallic)
Diamond Black (Pearlescent)
Orient Red (Metallic)
Granite Brown (Metallic)
The new Mitsubishi Shogun is Euro V compliant, and is the strongest, quietest and safest ever built. Now with 200PS and a whopping 441Nm of torque it has increased towing capacity to 3,500kg. It also achieves best-in-class CO2 emissions meaning cheaper road tax. As well as an improved leather trim, the Black Edition comes complete with new satellite navigation and Bluetooth systems amongst a host of standard equipment including iPod connectivity and a reversing camera.
Mitsubishi Shogun Black is priced £1,000 above the SG4 model at £41,999. Metallic paint will cost you an extra £540. Don’t worry though, because the ASX I’ll be testing will cost half as much as the Shogun, with many of the same features, so keep an eye out for my review!