Mitsubishi is introducing a minor facelift for the aging Shogun in United Kingdom.

Mitsubishi is introducing a minor facelift for the aging Shogun in United Kingdom.

Several months ago, Mitsubishi launched a refreshed Pajero at home in Japan and now they are doing the same thing with the UK-spec Shogun. The fourth generation of the model has been on sale since 2006 but it wasn't truly an all-new model as it was basically an update of the third-gen that came out way back in 1999.

Rather than coming out with an overhauled model, Mitsubishi is applying a subtle makeover on the aging model before the fifth-gen's arrival programmed for next year at the earliest. This new facelift for the current model is applied on both short and long wheelbases and encompasses a restyled front fascia, xenon headlights with headlamps washers and integrated fog lamps with LED daytime running lights.

Depending on the version, the Shogun now has a USB port, improved sound deadening material, rear AC, tire pressure monitoring system, black or beige leather upholstery, piano black or wood accents along with other minor tweaks. It can be had with silver, grey or brown metallic paints as well as with black or white pearlescent hues and a solid white finish.

Pricing for the SWB model kicks off at £29,369 whereas the LWB begins at £28,599. The most expensive model is the LWB Shogun 3.2 DI-D SG4 Auto available from £36,799.

Additional details can be found in the attached press release.

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Mitsubishi Shogun facelift introduced in UK