According to Motor1.com, the external appearance of the ASX is highly chiseled. The car’s grille features bracket-shaped trim up front, and the headlights are complexly designed with running lights in the form of hooks below the primary lamps. Remarkably, the crossover is offered in six different colors. There are also higher-level trims with black roofs available.
Notably, the interior of the ASX may appear significantly different based on the trim level. The entry model’s interior includes an analog instrument cluster with a 4.2-inch screen. Additionally, the range-topping model comes with a 10.25-inch digital instrument display or a 7.0-inch version.
Meanwhile, the typical infotainment screen has a landscape design and measures 7.0 inches. A 9.3-inch display with a portrait arrangement is an improvement that enables wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
For referemce, each of their specifications is included in the table below:
|Engine||Horsepower||Torque||Battery Capacity||Electric-Only Range In Combined Category|
|1.0-Liter Three-Cylinder Six-Speed Manual||90 HP (67 kW)||118 LB-FT (160 Nm)||N/A||N/A|
|1.3-Liter Four-Cylinder Mild Hybrid Six-Speed Manual||138 HP (103 kW)||192 LB-FT (260 Nm)||N/A||N/A|
|1.3-Liter Four-Cylinder Mild Hybrid Seven-Speed Dual-Clutch||156 HP (116 kW)||199 LB-FT (270 Nm)||N/A||N/A|
|1.6-Liter Four-Cylinder Hybrid||141 HP (105 kW)||109 LB-FT (148 Nm)||1.3 kWh||N/A|
|1.6-Liter Plug-in Hybrid||160 HP (117 kW)||106 LB-FT (144 Nm)||10.5 kWh||29.2 miles – 30.45 miles (47 KM – 49 KM)|
All ASX models are equipped with emergency braking assistance, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, and parking assistance for added security. On the other hand, blind spot assistance, active lane departure warning, and speed alert are added to higher-level models.
Meanwhile, models with the longest range include adaptive cruise control and active lane-following assistance.
As of now, Mitsubishi has not yet disclosed the new ASX’s price.