Mitsubishi Shogun Barbarian launched
Styling upgrades add visual zest to the ageing Mitsubishi Shogun SUV
The new Mitsubishi Shogun Barbarian offers up a host of extras over the Warrior model on which it's based for a relatively modest £1,500 premium.
The new model is fitted with a series of extras including 20-inch alloy wheels, a leather interior with carbon inserts, a colour-coded spare-wheel cover and alloy pedals. The addition of a DAB digital radio rounds off the extra kit.
The new model shares the rest of its equipment with the Warrior which includes climate control, cruise control and sat-nav.
Buyers can choose to have their Barbarian finished in Black Pearl, Frost White, Elger Grey, and Cool Silver. The model is also available with the usual combinations of short (three-door) and long (five-door) wheelbases and with either a manual or an automatic gearbox.
Look behind the fancy new add-ons and the Barbarian is a car that has been long due for replacement, but if you are looking for a cheap and dependable off-road workhorse, then the Shogun could fit the bill.
With prices starting from £31,999 it costs significantly less than rivals such as the Toyota Land Cruiser and the Land Rover Discovery, while offering far more appeal than than the cheaper SsangYong Rexton W.
Read our full review of the Mitsubishi Shogun – and all the other models in the Mitsubishi range – by visiting the Carbuyer Mitsubishi reviews page.
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