The Mitsubishi ASX has been updated both inside and out for 2020, including a new petrol engine.
When we reviewed the Mitsubishi ASX back in 2014, it arrived almost exactly as large swathes of the UK became submerged during the worst flooding the country had seen in decades. At the time, the ASX impressed us with its willingness to keep on chugging even as our roads became fast-flowing rivers, but with Mitsubishi giving the ASX something of a facelift for 2017, we thought we’d see how the company’s crossover has fared over the years.
The Mitsubishi ASX crossover has received something of an update for the 2017 model year, with a new front end design, improved seats, revised model designations and a new colour.
Watch our review of the 2014 Mitsubishi ASX 2.2D Automatic.
With the recent flooding making getting around in normal cars somewhat difficult, many motorists are considering switching to one of the new compact crossovers. The 2014 Mitsubishi ASX offers a blend of car-like manners and the 4WD capability of a full SUV. Read our review to learn more...
The Mitsubishi ASX range has been refreshed for 2014, most notably with the introduction of an automatic transmission option and a reduction in price by nearly as much as £2,400 on some models.
The new Mitsubishi ASX (Active Sports Crossover) will be priced from £14,999 to £22,049 when UK sales start in July 1020