Mitsubishi ASX updated | New Release - Car News Sep 2019

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13:52 Wednesday 11 Sep 2019

Mitsubishi’s ASX SUV has been treated to a refresh.

A new front end includes LED headlights and bolder styling, while at the rear there are new bumpers and LED rear light clusters.  New 18-inch alloy wheels and two new paint colours – Red Diamond and Oak Brown – complete the external changes.

Under the bonnet, a new 150bhp 2.0-litre MIVEC petrol engine has been added, while a front-wheel drive version with five-speed manual gearbox  is now available in addition to the four-wheel drive, CVT automatic transmission model.

Active Stability Control with Traction Control and Hill Start Assist, reversing camera, and, on Exceed trim level, Blind Spot Warning, Lane Change Assist, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, are now standard features.

An improved interior includes a new eight-inch touchscreen Smartphone-link Display Audio system, DAB, Bluetooth and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.  Exceed models get integrated TomTom satnav, new leather trim, piano black and silver accents, and new black headlining.

The upgraded ASX range is available to order now at Mitsubishi retailers priced from £20,295 on-the-road.


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