Mitsubishi introduces special edition Shogun Black in the UK

Article by Christian A., on January 3, 2012

Mitsubishi Motors in the UK reveals the new Shogun Black, a special edition model in its Shogun range that has enhanced exterior styling. The new vehicle model comes after the success of the latest (12MY) Mitsubishi Shogun. In its exterior, the new Mitsubishi Shogun Black features a dynamic look with a satin black styling kit which includes striking black 20-inch alloy wheels, spoiler, roof, grille and headlamp bezels, wing mirrors, door handles, side steps and fog lamp surrounds.

The Mitsubishi Shogun complies with the Euro V. It is considered as the quietest, strongest, smartest and safest Shogun ever manufactured. With a massive 441Nm of torque and 197bhp, it has a boosted towing capacity to 3,500kg.

This vehicle is not just kinder to the environment with its best-in-class CO2 emissions; it also has lower road tax, too. It comes with new satellite navigation and Bluetooth systems in order to aid with any on or off road adventure.

The renowned Mitsubishi Shogun has a three-year or unlimited mileage warranty together with a pan-European roadside assistance package.

Service intervals for every 12MY Shogun version are 9,000 miles or 12 months, whichever comes first. Mitsubishi's competitive service plan (MSP) covering the first three scheduled services can be purchased for only £750.

Based on the current Mitsubishi 3.2 Di-D LWB Shogun SG4, the newcomer will be available from UK dealerships from 1st January 2012 in the following metallic colours: Frost White (Solid); Cool Silver (Metallic); Diamond Black (Pearlescent); Orient Red (Metallic); Granite Brown (Metallic).

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