New 2016 Mitsubishi Asx Quotes


The ASXs 1.8-litre diesel engine is the world’s first to use variable valve timing. With the engines idle speed dropping to 600rpm when the car is at a stop the technology helps improve fuel economy. The entry level 1.6-litre petrol engine, available in two-wheel drive only, is flexible and delivers adequate performance in a variety of circumstances. The 1.8 is available in two or four-wheel-drive and is strong when driving at high speeds. Book a test drive via this website to experience the ride for yourself.

Running Costs

Both available engines for the ASX are quite efficient in terms of fuel economy. The 1.6-litre petrol can return 47.0mpg while the 1.8-litre engine achieves an impressive 51.0mpg. The CO2 ratings are reasonable for such a large vehicle falling somewhere between 135g/km and 145g/km making it cleaner than its rivals thanks to its stop-start system. The service plans for both versions are commendable with the petrol covered for three years and 37,000 miles at £450 while the diesel package runs at £650 over the same period but with a reduced mileage of 27,000.


All versions of the ASX come well equipped with plenty of equipment to aid comfort, safety and convenience. All models come with alloy wheels, air conditioning and four electric windows. The 2 version adds multi-information trip computer, two-tone front and rear bumpers and follow me home headlight delay. There’s 17 inch alloy wheels, front grille with chrome surround, rear privacy glass, exhaust trim finisher, front fog lights, rear parking sensors, rain-sensing wipers and two extra speakers for the stereo along with iPod connection are added for the 3 Version. While, at the top of the range, leather seats, sat-nav, Bluetooth, USB input and reversing camera are included. Order a brochure via for full details.