Mitsubishi's range of cars offers niche appeal, and includes the Shogun, which offers go-anywhere off-road ability and excellent practicality, and the Lancer Evolution X, which delivers incredible performance wrapped up in a sensible saloon bodystyle.

  • Mitsubishi Mirage

    The Mitsubishi Mirage is the baby of the Mitsubishi range, but that doesn’t mean it's not for grown ups. The three-cylinder, five door only Mirage is  smaller and more affordable than the Mitsubishi Lancer but it's still fun to drive and cheap to run. It takes the fight to the classier Volkswagen up! as well as the more humble Suzuki Splash and Chevrolet Spark. It's super efficient, with all three engines offering close to 70mpg, while it has one of the tightest turning circles in its class, making it perfect for city driving and parking.  

    Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback

    5 Doors
    £9,054 - £13,054
    1.5 / 5
  • Mitsubishi ASX

    The Mitsubishi ASX is Mitsubishi's ‘crossover’ car, which means it's a rival for the Nissan Qashqai. It aims to mix the best qualities of a traditional hatchback and a high-riding 4x4 in a single, practical package. Despite the off-road looks, only the diesel version of the Mitsubishi ASX is offered with four-wheel drive - the 1.6-litre petrol car is front-wheel drive only. Pricing is very competitive and standard equipment is generous, making the Mitsubishi ASX a cost effective alternative to Nissan's Qashqai.

    Mitsubishi ASX SUV

    5 Doors
    £22,934 - £24,384
    2.3 / 5
  • Mitsubishi Shogun

    The Mitsubishi Shogun is a solid, dependable full-sized 4x4 for those needing extraordinary off-road capability. It looks good and offers seats for seven in long-wheelbase form. The cabin is decently equipped as standard, too. The engine sounds a bit gruff and the Mitsubishi Shogun feels a little crude to drive on the road, but it undercuts many rivals on price.

    Mitsubishi Shogun SUV

    3 & 5 Doors
    £26,889 - £37,489
    1.5 / 5
  • Mitsubishi i-Miev

    If you are the kind of person who thinks electric cars are impractical oddities with little practicality, Mitsubishi's i-Miev is the car that's aiming to prove you wrong. based on the petrol-powered i, it offers five-doors, four-seats and a 246-litre boot. But the switch from petrol to electric power has had no impact at all on its spacious interior. In fact the Mitsubishi i-Miev is such an appealing package that both Peugeot and Citroen have built their own versions of the car. 

    Mitsubishi i-MiEV micro car

    5 Doors
    2.0 / 5
  • Mitsubishi Outlander

    The Mitsubishi Outlander is the sister car to the Peugeot 4007 and Citroen C-Crosser. Like these, the Mitsubishi Outlander feels more like a tall estate car than a traditional SUV to drive, with the security of four-wheel drive for when you need it. Practicality is key to its appeal, with two additional seats folding into the boot floor, giving a seven-seater layout. There's one engine choice - a powerful 2.2-litre diesel that's offered with a six-speed manual or a twin-clutch automated manual similar to the one found in the Mitsubishi Evo X. Smart looks, a neat interior and decent equipment levels appeal, but tough competition from budget rivals makes it look expensive.

    Mitsubishi Outlander SUV

    5 Doors
    £33,304 - £40,054
    2.4 / 5
  • Mitsubishi L200

    The Mitsubishi L200 is a traditional pick-up truck that majors on simplicity and practicality. The Single and Club Cab versions are aimed at commercial buyers, but the Double Cab offers standard equipment and cabin space on a par with a normal 4x4, but replaces the boot with a large bed at the back which can be covered. One engine is available, a 2.5-litre four-cylinder diesel, and there is a choice of manual and automatic gearboxes. The Mitsubishi L200 still drives like a commercial vehicle, though, and is bouncy at speed, but four-wheel drive is standard, and it can tow up to 2,700kg.

    Mitsubishi L200 pick-up

    4 Doors
    2.3 / 5
  • Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 2014

    The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV may look like a run-of-the-mill SUV, but that drab exterior hides a wealth of clever technology. The PHEV Outlander is in fact a range-extender, hybrid that's capable of seriously impressive economy and emissions figures. Best of all, it costs about the same as a conventional Mitsubishi Outlander (once you’ve taken account of the Government's £5,000 grant for hybrid cars), which means this is arguably the first hybrid on the market that you won’t face a financial penalty for if you do decide to buy it. 

    The clever technology combines with the Outlander's conventional SUV body to make a hybrid that is super practical. The PHEV does lose a little headroom in the back compared to the standard Outlander, while the boot is also 14 litres smaller, but the compromise is little compared to some of the competition. The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV's four-wheel drive system means it is one of the few hybrids that would make for a decent tow car, and it is even capable of taking the occasional trip off-road.

    Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV SUV

    5 Doors
    4.0 / 5