The Mitsubishi ASX has had yet another update. Here’s why it is getting better with age.
The Exceed variant is the best 2020 Mitsubishi ASX money can buy, but is a fourth refresh enough to hide its age?
Mitsubishi has treated the ASX to one of its biggest updates yet. But can a fresh face, a new engine and tech spruce-up keep the popular and ageing small SUV relevant a decade into its generation?
It's not the newest offering in its class – far from it – but the ASX still has plenty to offer if you're after cheap, fuss-free motoring.
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.
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.
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.
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...
The 2015 update Mitsubishi ASX improves in many ways.
Buyers and manufacturers are obsessed with all things SUV at the moment, with soaring sales leading to massive expansions plans of high-riding hatchbacks and wagons with tough styling. So it comes as no surprise, then, that a new ultra-small SUV market has emerged beneath the RAV4 and CX-5 compact class...
It’s that time of the year again, another school year is underway, and the Mitsubishi ASX was my weapon of choice as I prepared to take on the ‘car park mafia’.