Mitsubishi Shogun Sport SUV - Interior & comfort (2018-2021)
The interior of the Mitsubishi Shogun Sport lacks flair and the ride is uncomfortable
Anyone expecting cutting-edge tech or unbridled luxury from the Shogun Sport interior will be disappointed. The inside is primarily robust and functional, with an infotainment system that works well but is a little old-fashioned. Leather upholstery is standard across the range, which gives a welcome lift, but comfort is affected by the car’s suspension; on all but the smoothest surfaces, it feels unsettled and tends to pick out bumps and potholes in the road.
Mitsubishi Shogun Sport dashboard
The dashboard of the Shogun Sport is smart and well built, if a little unremarkable. It’s dominated by the centre console, which is framed by metal inserts. Inside those sits a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment display.
The Shogun Sport is available in two trim levels called 3 and 4. The 3 comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, power-adjustable front seats, power folding mirrors, LED headlights, dual-zone climate control, a reversing camera with rear parking sensors, privacy glass, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Move up to the 4 and you get heated front seats, adaptive cruise control, a 360-degree view camera, blind-spot warning, forward collision mitigation, headlamp washers and an upgraded sound system.
The seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system feels outdated compared to the best on the market. The graphics aren’t particularly hi-res and the menus seem old fashioned in their layout. There are much more expensive cars that don’t come with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as standard, though, so at least connecting your smartphone is easy.