48Mitsubishi ASX

Mitsubishi ASX

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48Mitsubishi ASX
4.1

226 reviews

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Build Quality
4.1
Value for Money
4.2
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.2
Noise Level
3.6
Braking
4.4
Acceleration / Power
3.9
Gear Shifting
4.2
Suspension
4.0
Fuel Efficiency
4.2
Handling
4.2
Interior Design
4.0
Boot Size
4.2
Comfort
4.2
Features
4.1

Reviews

226 reviews
Mice
Mice14 posts
  XB

Good value service for the time of ownership

Bought for wife as demo christmas 2013. Aspire turbo diesel auto (the proper 6 speed auto, not CVT). Now has 240K and still going strong. Has done a couple of rear wheel hubs, but they are cheap enough for quality aftermarket, and easy to replace (for me at least). Balance shaft drive can rattle, changed with a improved version out of UK. Recently had a EGR cooling solenoid giving intermittent problems and changed. Interior plastics are a bit cheap looking, but hardy. Show details
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Neil E
Neil ESouth East Queensland, QLD13 posts
  ASX

Still going strong

99770 kilometres and still going strong. Recently did 3400 kilometre trip and never missed a beat. Only annoyance is rattle in the dash somewhere. Still love my Mitsubishi. It’s a keeper.
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anand_natrulz
  ASX XC Black Edition
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Taffyboy
TaffyboyPerth, WA2 posts
  ASX XD ES

An average car that does the job

I have had 2 x ASX company cars in the past year and travelled 40000km.

The Positives:
*Good fuel economy
*Handling in and around roundabouts and bends is respectful with little body roll
*Nice and nippy around city and multistory carparks are never an issue to drive around

The Negatives:
*The engine sounds like it will jump out of the bonnet when pulling on to a major highway trying to get to 100kph. Under powered. The CVT transmission just doesn't handle this situation at all.
*Any day over 36 (pretty every day in Perth in Summer) the forward facing crash camera will warn you it's not working. Mitsubishi have informed me they are aware of issue but never resolved ( my Rav4) never had this issue
*Seats are uncomfortable Show details

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ron
ron32 posts
  XB
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Sylvester
Sylvester15 posts
  XD GSR
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AJC
AJCMurrumbidgee Region, NSW2 posts
  XA
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MumOf1
MumOf1QLD43 posts
  XD Exceed

Great size, but heavy on fuel

I have wanted an ASX for such a long time- love the size, and the look, and in particular the 10yr warranty. Due to covid-supply issues, I was lucky enough to buy a brand new 2022 XLS-Plus model, which is the Exceed without blind spot indicators (they were the part missing, so created a new model so Mitsubishi could continue to meet up with the demand). It’s comfortable.
Previously owning a 2016 Outlander which was excellent on fuel avg 5.5L/100km, I was disappointed how heavy the ASX is by comparison (combined driving average about 8.5L).
I love the 10 year warranty and capped price servicing though. Great as a run around, and easy for city driving! Show details
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Suzie
SuzieGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC
  ASX XD ES

Ignition, click sound

When I turn the key into the "ON" position I hear a click, click, click sound, anywhere 1-5 times, it varies. People tell it is normal, I am doubting it. Even have problems starting few occasions. Since I have had the first service after 4 weeks driving as per warranty, the car has felt different. 6 months ownership. Show details
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CPW
CPWSydney Surrounds, NSW6 posts
  Verified XD Exceed
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Neil E
Neil ESouth East Queensland, QLD13 posts
  XC

Been a great car

The ASX has now done 68,500 kilometres. No rattles, no mechanical problems. Got six years out of the original battery (good one, Mitsubishi). Travelled 60,000 kilometres on the original tyres. The 2015 ASX has not been a great car, it has been a fantastic car. Show details
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george
george4 posts
  XA

nice car

my 2011 model auto cost me nothing in repairs ,a bit slow and noisy but at 125 k i still have original tyres and brake pads ,a bit boring but reliable and cant complain.i would buy another but i am nearing 70. Show details
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Anne
Anne3 posts
  ASX

When I accelerate it is rough and slow. Not sure if it is the CVT transmission. 2022 model. Was given to me as a gift

Disappointed, unsure what to do. Really upset about this, received as a gift. Show details
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Demi
DemiPerth, WA2 posts
  ASX XD ES

Worth for money but only me feeling lack of power?

I own a 2022 ASX and a 2011 Golf, the ASX has a lot improvement in functions and the whole family love it! Good space for a family and more comfort.

But talking about the power, I never expect a 2.0L car could be like this powerless, the engine has massive noise when climbing but it didn't change nothing! The speed is not increasing at all! It was only me in the car and it feels like the engine noise is like complaining carrying a family of 4! But it was only me! Why yelling! Golf never yells even with 4 pp on the car.

Overall the ASX is good. Show details

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Chaitanya
ChaitanyaSydney, NSW3 posts
  ASX XD ES

Bang for buck!

Been driving the Mitsubishi ASX 2019 ES for over 3 years now. No issues whatsoever. Comfort, handling and features are great for the price point. Very satisfied overall. Show details
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Questions & Answers

Sandi M.
Sandi M. · XD GSR (2019-2024)

I backed into a pole and the only damage was a broken outer case of the rear left tail light. It still works but ever since I have a message on my dash that says BSW temporarily unavailable. If I replace the taillight will this be corrected or do I have a problem with the sensor and need an auto mechanic to fix it.

Mice
Mice  

I believe sensors are in rear bumper and will need recalibration by the dealer when replaced. When you damaged the light, you probably hit the bumper as well?

Sandi M.
Sandi M.  

Thank you.

tadeusz g.
tadeusz g. · ASX XC (2014-2019)

Can my19 asx alarm time on entry be change d to 2 sec

Sylvester
Sylvester  

Have no idea what that is but surely your dealer can field that question.

JonD
JonD  

I haven't heard of that setting being changeable

Schnubbi
Schnubbi · ASX

Hi,

I bought a good used Mitsubishi ASX from 2011. Now the interior is a bit used and I would like to replace it with the interior of a newer ASX model. The car hasn't really changed over the last 13 years and wondered if I could replace the steering wheel and headunit + surrounding plastics which include fan outlet and aircon dials etc from a newer ASX model and retrofit it to my older ASX. Does anyone have any experience with that and could help me out?

JonD
JonD  
Schnubbi
Schnubbi  

Ok thanks JonD for your help. Yep will need to do some more research. Someone said that I would need to replace the full electrical harness which would be possible.

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CategorySmall / Compact SUVsSmall / Compact SUVsSmall / Compact SUVsSmall / Compact SUVs
Starting Price $28,990$29,240$26,990
TransmissionContinuously Variable (CVT)Continuously Variable (CVT)Continuously Variable (CVT)Continuously Variable (CVT)
Drive TypeFront Wheel Drive (FWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
Fuel TypePetrolPetrolPetrolPetrol
Wheels18" Alloy18" Alloy18" Alloy18" Alloy
ANCAP Safety Rating5 Stars5 Stars
Fuel Consumption7.6 L/100km7.6 L/100km7.6 L/100km7.6 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 63 L63 L63 L63 L
Engine4B11 MIVEC MPI Petrol 2.04B11 MIVEC MPI Petrol 2.0L4 Cylinder 2.0 L
Max Power110kW @ 6000rpm110kW @ 6000rpm110kW @ 6000rpm110kW @ 6000rpm
Max Torque197Nm @ 4200rpm197Nm @ 4200rpm197Nm @ 4200rpm197Nm @ 4200rpm
Country of ManufactureJapanJapanJapanJapan
Phone ConnectivityAndroid Auto (Wireless), Apple CarPlay (Wireless), Bluetooth and USBAndroid Auto (Wireless), Apple CarPlay (Wireless), Bluetooth and USB
Security FeaturesImmobilizerImmobilizer
Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)1,300 kg1,300 kg1,300 kg
Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)750 kg750 kg750 kg
Manufacturer Warranty5 year(s)5 year(s)
Keyless Features
Keyless Locking/UnlockingYesYes
Headlights
Headlight TypeLEDLED
Safety Features
CamerasRearRear
Parking SensorsRearRear
Dimensions
Kerb Weight1,389 kg1,382 kg
Ground Clearance205 mm205 mm205 mm205 mm
Driver Information
Digital Radio (DAB+)YesYes
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