report on Mitsubishi Shogan 3.0 V6 short wheel base, automatic transmission. test: 1998. Possibly the most fun I have had driving a car in about 15 years. The 3 litre V6 was fabulous, pouring in on the power at the drop of my foot. The high driving position gave me a sense of genuine safety and was a real novelty at the time. I realised there and then that I preferred sitting up high rather than half way into the tarmac , the feeling you get in a sports acr. The handling was remarkably good and the power steering made turning a doddle. Cornering was not a problem as the stiff chassis helped to create a tight turning experience and I was alotogether happy with what I expeirneced. £20,000 is a lot of dosh, but what a car. If I could live down the mocking of my mates, I'd have one.