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Mitsubishi ASX updated with extra equipment, mechanical tweaks

The Mitsubishi ASX has been updated with extra equipment and a number of revisions designed to make it quieter, more efficient, more comfortable and better to drive than before. Mitsubishi claims tweaks to the suspension lead to “improved ride comfort, handling stability and sharper, more responsive steering”...

2014 Mitsubishi ASX: extra features, mechanical tweaks, revised prices

The Mitsubishi ASX has been updated for the 2014 model year, gaining extra equipment, mechanical tweaks and revised prices. Four of the six available ASX variants are now cheaper than before, with the entry-level front-wheel-drive petrol manual down $1000 to $24,990 and the flagship Aspire all-wheel-drive diesel auto down $3000 to $33,490...

Mitsubishi ASX adds gutsier 2.2-litre turbo-diesel engine

The Mitsubishi ASX sub-compact SUV has scored a new 2.2-litre turbo-diesel engine in a mid-life range tweak. Lifted from the larger Outlander, the new engine produces 110kW and 360Nm, and for the first time offers Mitsubishi ASX buyers the combination of a diesel engine with a automatic gearbox. Indeed, the 2...

2013 Mitsubishi ASX specifications & pricing revealed

This year's fifth-best-selling city-sized compact SUV is getting an update come September. The 2013 Mitsubishi ASX will see a revised exterior and interior as well as improvements to its drivetrain as part of a mid-life update...

Mitsubishi ASX: updated 2013 SUV starts US production

Mitsubishi has started production of the 2013 Mitsubishi ASX at its North American plant in Normal, Illinois, giving us our first look at the updated SUV that goes on sale in Australia next month. The refreshed Mitsubishi ASX compact crossover, or Outlander Sport as it’s called in the US, comes two years after the small SUV was launched in Australia in 2010...

Mitsubishi ASX, Lancer and Outlander get ACTiV

Mitsubishi has released three new limited edition models - the Mitsubishi ASX ACTiV, Mitsubishi Lancer ACTiV, and Mitsubishi Outlander ACTiV. The Mitsubishi ASX ACTiV (pictured above), limited to only 400 units, is based on the $25,990 110kW/197Nm ASX two-wheel drive but sees the addition of a body kit that includes front and rear air dams and front bumper cover as well as 17-inch alloy wheels and a chrome-tipped muffler...

2013 Mitsubishi ASX coming in August

The Mitsubishi ASX small SUV is set to undergo a cosmetic facelift when the mid-life update is unveiled at next month's New York Motor Show. The original ASX (pictured here), which currently claims around 16 percent of the small SUV segment in Australia, was introduced to the local market back in mid 2010, meaning the update comes only two years since the model was launched...

2010-2011 Mitsubishi ASX recalled in Australia

  Mitsubishi Motors Australia has recalled 7647 Mitsubishi ASX compact SUVs over a potential defect with the cars’ power steering system. The recalled ASX vehicles were produced between June 11, 2010 and August 10, 2011...

2012 Mitsubishi Lancer, ASX, Outlander, Pajero Platinum on sale

Mitsubishi Australia has added four well equipped and sharply priced special edition Platinum models to its range, offering local customers new levels of specification and value in its Lancer, ASX, Outlander and Pajero models lines. The 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Platinum is based on the base model Lancer ES...

2012 Mitsubishi ASX update on sale in Australia

The 2012 Mitsubishi ASX update is now on sale in Australia. The highlight of the refreshed range is the new option of a reversing camera for the entry-level model, which means the entire ASX line-up is now available with the potentially life-saving safety feature...

Video: Mitsubishi ASX, Outlander set five world records

Mitsubishi has released a video of the Mitsubishi ASX and Mitsubishi Outlander SUVs setting five world records in 24 hours on the ice and snow at Ghost Lake, Alberta, Canada. The fact that Mitsubishi uses the phrase “setting” records rather than “breaking” them, and the fact that they are all rather specific, suggests to us that the vehicles are the first and only ones to be officially tested by the Guinness people in the five disciplines...