Using the aforementioned to hold onto the correct gear and choosing the right lines, the Eclipse Cross will give you huge smiles all-round…Read More
Every so often manufactures bring along a couple of their heritage cars to SMMT Test Days, museum pieces if you like, and this year it was the turn of one of my 80s pin-up cars, the Mitsubishi Starion, 2ltr, single turbo, wide body. This, dear reader, is the car I was …..Read More
Mitsubishi say that the Shogun is aimed at true off-road drivers who demand a comprehensively equipped, reliable and cost-effective vehicle with proven all-wheel-drive ability. And they’re right, this classic off-roader combines four-wheel-drive go-anywhere ability with a Euro 6-compliant turbo diesel engine, and is one of the few cars in its class to still offer …..Read More
Now in its 5th generation, Mitsubishi say that they went back to the drawing board and created an entirely new vehicle from the ground up with significant improvements pretty much everywhere.
New for 2016 are Single Cab 4Life and Club Cab 4Life variants with the promise of improved ………Read More
The ASX is Mitsubishi’s entry into the compact crossover market in which they believe that it will target the style conscious family buyer who wants to upgrade from a C-segment hatchback to a compact SUV. Thing is, there’s a lot of competition in that particular market with the likes of the Mazda CX-5, Kia Sportage, Skoda Yeti, Hyundai ix35, Suzuki S-Cross and the Nissan Qashqai. Have Mitsubishi hit the nail on the head?…….Read More
The L200 has been in production since 1978 with the first models arriving in the UK almost a decade later in '87. Those first UK models were only available as a Single Cab in either 2WD or 4WD, buyers would have to wait another decade for the Double Cab to arrive in 1997.
Since its launch in 2006, the fourth-generation L200 has been a huge success for Mitsubishi and has plenty of ……….Read More
Between 1953 and 1998, Mitsubishi motors produced over 200,000 Jeep variants under licence from the Willys company in America. Very few were exported, but as they were predominantly right hand drive, a few were imported into the UK. This particular example dates from 1979 and is just one of 8 that were ‘officially’ imported by the Colt Car Company. It has undergone……….Read More
Since the first-generation Shoguns arrived in the UK back in 1982, they have built up a 34-year reputation for being a tough but affordable vehicle with go-anywhere off-road capability. Available in both SWB (3 door), and LWB (5 door), they've won countless awards over the years for their on and off-road ability, and having never driven one, we at The Mud Life figured it was…….Read More