Mitsubishi ASX prices revealed
* Mitsubishi's Qashqai rival * Prices and spec details * On sale in July, from 14,999...
The Mitsubishi ASX crossover will cost from 14,999 when it goes on sale in July.
Designed as a direct rival to the Nissan Qashqai, the ASX will come with a choice of two engines a 115bhp 1.6 petrol, or a 147bhp 1.8 diesel with prices starting at 14,999 for the entry-level petrol, rising to 22,049 for the range-topping four-wheel-drive diesel.
Greener by design
An engine stop-start system, low-rolling-resistance tyres and regenerative braking help to produce impressively low CO2 emissions of between 135g/km and 150g/km. Average economy ranges from 47.1mpg to 51.4mpg.
The ASX comes in three trims: ASX 2, ASX 3 and ASX 4. Standard equipment on ASX 2 models includes:
• front, side and curtain airbags, drivers knee airbag
• engine stop-start system
• alloy wheels
• stability and traction controls
• keyless entry
• CD player
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> Mitsubishi ASX 6: click to enlargeASX 3 trim gets:
• climate control
• engine start button
• cruise control
• heated seats
• privacy glass
• leather-covered steering wheel and gearknob
• automatic lights and wipers
• chrome exterior detailing
ASX 4 trim adds:
• leather seats
• reversing camera
• Kenwood stereo incorporating MP3-player control
The ASX has the maximum five-star Euro NCAP crash-test rating, along with whiplash-reducing seats and up to seven airbags. There's also brake assist, stability and traction controls, and an emergency stop signal system which automatically switches on hazard warning lights.
ASX 1.8 DiD
ASX 1.8 DiD 4x40-62mph
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ASX 2 1.6
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ASX 4 1.6
ASX 3 1.8
ASX 3 1.8 4x4
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