Mitsubishi Shogun: Final UK model joins the company’s heritage fleet

The final Mitsubishi Shogun imported into the UK has been added to the company’s heritage fleet along with a 1987 Shogun SWB 2.6L manual.


Production of the Mitsubishi Shogun/Montero/Pajero is winding down with the company not replacing its largest offroader.

The Shogun was introduced into the UK 1982, and 114,164 were sold in the UK across 37 years and four generations.

The last UK Shogun is a white SWB model with leather, digital radio, sat nav, reversing camera, and climate control. The main features of the 1987 Shogun in the fleet are its radio cassette, reclining front seats, and height adjustable steering.



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Mitsubishi Shogun: Final UK model joins the company’s heritage fleet