Thursday, July 19, 2018

Mitsubishi Shogun LWB 3.2 DI – DC – SG5

The Shogun has always been aimed at the true off-road driver who demanded a comprehensively equipped, reliable and cost-effective vehicle with a proven track record of all-wheel-drive ability that is also able to offer the classic off-road function with the added benefit of a go-anywhere four-wheel-drive system. Well, the updated version of Mitsubishi Shogun is all that and those key...

My summer holidays will never be the same again

Every summer I take a very British holiday by the sea and every year it either rains or I find on arrival that the place we are going to be actually staying in turns out to be a shed at the bottom of a farmer’s garden. Of course like many millions of you – I turned to the interweb to...

Mitsubishi L200 Series 5 Barbarian Double Cab Review

Pick-up trucks are a fundamental part of Mitsubishi Motors and the current L200 has won more awards than any of its rivals put together. Since its UK launch back in 2006, the current L200 has out sold all other pick-ups too, accounting for over 4.1 million vehicles made to date, which in my eyes makes them pretty good at...

Mitsubishi Motors admits to manipulating fuel use figures on kei cars

Mitsubishi Motors have admitted to falsifying fuel use figures for four vehicles which are currently sold in the Japanese market. The company has confirmed that the "fuel consumption testing data submitted to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism" saw vehicles tested "improperly to present better fuel consumption rates than the actual rates." A statement released by Mitsubishi Motors...

A tribute to the last Mitsubishi Evolution

Earlier this year Mitsubishi announced that the 10th iteration of the Lancer Evolution would be their last. Japan's rally car for the street is officially being phased out, with production ending in Japan, and we're going to miss it terribly. But Mitsubishi are sending the Evo out in style, by releasing one last 'Final Edition' version of the car,...

Mitsubishi updates 8-year old Lancer

The current model Lancer has been with us for a while now, some 8 years in fact. Despite dropping the hardcore Evolution model, Mitsubishi isn't quite finished with the car yet and have announced a host of changes for the 2016 model year. You could hardly call the changes drastic, as overall the 2016 Lancer still looks like the same...

2016 Mitsubishi Challenger revealed

Mitsubishi has today unveiled the new 2016 Challenger at the 2015 Bangkok International Grand Motor Sale. The 2016 Challenger is the third generation of the rugged 4x4 family wagon and continues the same formula used on the previous two models: a genuine off-road 4-wheel drive vehicle, but with the versatility, finish and comfort of a lighter-duty SUV. From the front,...

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