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2018 Mitsubishi ASX XLS AWD Diesel review

The Mitsubishi ASX has been lightly upgraded for what is now an ageing model in every sense. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, and here we test the top-spec diesel in XLS guise.

2017 Mitsubishi ASX XLS review

It's been on sale for seven years, but that hasn't slowed down the popularity of Mitsubishi's smallest SUV, the ASX. We take a look at the range-topping XLS variant in 2017 guise.

2015 Mitsubishi ASX XLS 4WD Review

The Mitsubishi ASX is about to enter its sixth year of production — with a mid model year update, we find out whether it's still a good purchase.

2015 Mitsubishi ASX XLS 4WD Review : Glamping Weekender

Compact SUV sales are booming. Australian buyers can’t seem to get enough of these high-rise hatchbacks, and the Mitsubishi ASX is right up there with the top-sellers - despite the fact it's now a little long in the tooth. The ASX was one of the first small SUVs to hit the Australian market (the first and current generation arrived in 2010) and the segment is one of the fastest-growing in Australia this year...

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2015 Mitsubishi ASX XLS Review

Read the article here. On Australian roads since 2010, the Mitsubishi ASX is one of the most popular small SUVs on the new car market. Offering buyers space, style and flexibility, the model has been freshly updated for 2015. And with a range starting at $24,990, and this top-spec XLS version now more affordable than before, what better time to have a closer look at this Japanese Sports Crossover...

2015 Mitsubishi ASX XLS Review : Glamping Weekender

Compact SUV sales are booming. Australian buyers can’t seem to get enough of these high-rise hatchbacks. But what is it that makes cars like this so appealing? Is it the tougher look? The promise of adventure? Confidence on the road? Take the Mitsubishi ASX for example. This was one of the first of the current crop of compact SUV’s to hit Australian roads and is consistently a top seller in the segment...

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Matt Campbell road tests Mitsubishi's sub-compact SUV.

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Small SUV comparison: Honda HR-V VTi-L v Mazda CX-3 Akari v Mitsubishi ASX XLS v Toyota C-HR Koba

Small crossovers are a vogue segment, drawing buyers up from lower hatchbacks and down from bigger SUVs alike. The newest entrant, creating significant buzz, is the Toyota C-HR. Australia’s biggest-selling brand has taken its time joining the fray, but based on our favourable first impression, it has been well worth the wait...

Small SUV Mega Test: CarAdvice readers join us at MotorWorld to test 11 small SUVs

At the recent MotorWorld Sydney event at Sydney Motorsport Park, we assembled 11 small SUVs under $50,000 with the aim of comparing not only the cars, but the thoughts of the CarAdvice testing team with the thoughts of you – our readers – and other members of the public...

Kia Sportage v Mitsubishi ASX: Comparison review

As more buyers move into SUVs, there are plenty of calls for diesel options, even in some of the more compact models on the market. That’s where these two cars come in – the Kia Sportage and Mitsubishi ASX. These two feature-packed diesel SUVs straddle the line between small and mid-sized, and are situated in a similar price bracket to larger all-wheel drive petrol SUVs such as the Toyota RAV4 and Nissan X-Trail...

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Mitsubishi ASX, Eclipse Cross, Outlander recalled again

Mitsubishi has recalled the 2018 Eclipse Cross, 2018/19 ASX and 2017/18 Outlander for the second time this week over concerns about their autonomous emergency braking systems. According to the company, the system might continue applying the brakes when they're no longer required to avoid a collision, increasing the risk of following traffic running into the car...

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, ASX, Outlander recalled

Mitsubishi Australia has recalled the 2018 Eclipse Cross, 2017/18 Outlander, and 2018/19 ASX, over concerns about the active stability control (ASC) safety systems. According to the company, 'incorrect operation' of the ASC could make active safety systems like adaptive cruise control, forward-collision mitigation, brake holding, hill-start assist and all-wheel drive disable momentarily...

Mitsubishi ASX Black Edition launches from $26,740 - UPDATE

Mitsubishi Australia has announced another special-edition version of one of its SUV models, in the form of the ASX Black Edition. UPDATE, 24/10/18: The information CarAdvice originally received stated there was no price increase for the ASX Black Edition over the ES on which it's based. However, this isn't the case – pricing is $1280 dearer at $26,740 plus ORCs...

2019 Mitsubishi ASX pricing and specs

Where other carmakers play up their premium aspirations, Mitsubishi has done the opposite, adding new base level trims to the ASX as part of a model year 2019 refresh. With ASX positioned as the top-seller in the small SUV segment, Mitsubishi has attempted to amp up value as a means of sustaining volume...

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2017 Mitsubishi ASX LS (2WD) review

"I need the quote, the whole quote, and nothing but the quote," I asked with my guilt-ridden neo-postmodern-quasi-proletariat fists clutching the table. The receptionist remained placid, and with a laconic smile shoved a taxi voucher into disbelieving fingers. "What's this?" I cried, willfully suspending my disbelief in the Jungian evilness of the collective society, however she remained calm as a latter-day class revolution on YouTube...

2017 Mitsubishi ASX LS (2WD) review

First, a history lesson. The year is 2010, and in these 12 months we saw Apple introduce the iPad, Julia Gillard became Australia’s first female prime minister, and the AFL Grand Final between fierce rivals Collingwood and St Kilda ended in a draw, leading to a rematch where the former won. In this same year, Mitsubishi’s first-ever compact SUV, the ASX, launched Down Under...

2015 Mitsubishi Asx XLS (4wd) Review

The ownership experience has been good to date. The 6 speed non CVT auto together with the 2.3 turbo diesel provides good performance for its class. There is some mid range lag at times but the engine transmission combo is more than adequate. It comes with loads of features as standard including heated seats, reverse camera, DAB radio, auto wipers and lights, electric drivers seats, folding side mirrors, proximity key...

2015 Mitsubishi Asx Ls (4wd) Review

Picked my ASX diesel from Newcastle NSW and drove back to Gold Coast. I managed to get 5.2/litres per hundred. Which I thought was pretty good at the first attempt. Probably could have had a lower result except there were a lot of road works on the Pacific Hwy. The radio had good reception. My Bluetooth streaming sounded good. Phoning seems to work well...

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