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MITSUBISHI SHOGUN LWB 3.2 DI AND MITSUBISHI ASX ZC-H 2.2 DIESEL


Mitsubishi Shogun


2016 Badminton Horse Trials. Testing the Mitsubishi Shogun this month, we can see why the partnership has worked so well. Let’s look first at showground swagger. The Shogun has it in spades. A strikingly bold appearance deep air intakes, broad nose, strong contours and 18” alloys, this vehicle has the sturdy athleticism of an extremely capable offroader. The Surrey Hills were the backdrop for our trip in the LWD 3.2 DI. Stepping inside, the amount of light is the first thing that hits you, transmission is quiet and responsive and the Shogun is surprisingly agile given its generous size, making the cabin a spacious, airy environment. Instruments sit comfortably within reach. For cross country prowess and an exhibition of skilled riding performance, the Mitsubishi’s Super Select wheel drive system is the companion you want alongside you in a challenging environment. Quickly available, the four driving modes - two for everyday use and two for offroad and extreme offroad capability, twinned with a 5-speed automatic gearbox with seamless gearshift make the Shogun unphased by plunging tors, impenetrable by raging rivers and muddy banks no uphill struggle. The range starts from just £34,184. This Winter we also had the


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ext year, Mitsubishi Motors celebrates 25 years of official sponsorship at the


enormous pleasure of testing the formidable Mitsubishi ASX. Mitsubishi have been producing superb sport utility vehicles since the moment these excellent crossovers first appeared on the market and have continued to refine and developed their cars to become specialist in producing these versatile vehicles. From the outside the Mitsubishi ASX is a beautiful looking car and a far cry from the boxy, unwieldy tanks which first defined this style


of driving. For example, there is the wonderfully rounded nose giving this SUV a smooth curvaceous and sporty look. As we climbed aboard the ASX we were delighted by the high ride position and the commanding view of the road. The elegant new panoramic glass roof creates an unparalleled feeling of open air and features a built-in blind that can be closed and opened electronically. Adding an amazing sense of open space throughout the interior the panoramic roof also features LED mood lighting. There is an extremely wide range of intelligent ergonomic design features. The ASX’s AWC (All Wheel Control) technology oversees the operation of the electronically- controlled on-demand 4WD, ABS and M-ASTC systems, providing an integrated approach to handling, traction and stability. We took our ASX on a wintry drive through some very demanding Surrey countryside and were very impressed by its handling on sharp bends, its smooth


acceleration and there’s also Cruise control which makes for more relaxed driving on longer journeys. It has a very respectable 0- 62acceleration in 10.8 seconds and returns a generous 49mpg in the combined cycle. We recommend you take a closer look as we did. Avaoialbel from £24,899. To book a test drive or for full details contact Mitsubishi Motors on 01285 647774 or visit mitsubishi-cars.co.uk


Mitsubishi ASX 97


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