2020 ASX GSR 42k kmsXD GSR (2019-2023)
Had my ASX GSR bang on 3 years.
I will say never get the Sterling silver bc the paint chips like crazy I am very pedantic i get told all the time but if you touch the door onto anything it chips. Scratches up a storm too and under handles all the scratches very cheap paint. You cannot buff out. Quote for 1 door was $500.
Carpet is wearing badly drivers side no other car has done this I've had 7. Even mats are wearing like crazy.
Then after 2 yrs a noise started in the rear very obvious squeaking and creaking. This is my pet hat
Love my ASXASX XA (2010-2012)
I have owned my ASX for 12.5 years.
I have had zero issues. In that time, I’ve had the front and rear suspension done. That is it! I drive it everyday, 120kms to work and back.
I do above average kms each year, around 40,000. It is the most reliable car. Has never broken down. I still love driving it. It has done 265,000 kms. My mechanic says it’s still a great little car. I still get 7.9- 8.1 litres per 100kms too. My son also has one ( 2018 ) and has had no problems either.
I service my car regularly and always have.
I’m 5’10 and it’s roo
Great size, but heavy on fuelXD Exceed (2019-2023)
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!
Ignition, click soundASX XD ES (2019-2023)
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
The ASX is ideal for my lifestyle - not too big & not too small - simply perfect!XD Exceed (2019-2023)
In October 2022 I took delivery of my new Mitsubishi ASX Exceed. I drive this car on average 4 times a week
for shopping & social outings with friends. It is an ideal size for city driving plus I really appreciate the elevated driving position that gives me an excellent view of surrounding traffic. It is easy to manoeuvre around shopping center car-parks - certainly an advantage!
The 2.4 litre engine is proving to be fairly economic with petrol consumption as low as 6.7 litres per 100 kms on the local motorways. Around town in heavy traffic
Been a great car.ASX XC (2014-2019)
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
nice carASX XA (2010-2012)
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
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.ASX
Disappointed, unsure what to do. Really upset about this, received as a gift.Show details
Worth for money but only me feeling lack of power?ASX XD ES (2019-2023)
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
Bang for buck!ASX XD ES (2019-2023)
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
Money Pit!ASX XB (2012-2014)
My ASX is an XB 2015 MY 15.5, XLS diesel. 4WD
I wish I had done more research on this model before I bought it. This model has the notorious 4N14 diesel engine in it. It has been nothing but trouble 3 years after purchase. I have spent around $8000 fixing problem after problem. I've gone through two EGR valves, a new timing chain kit, which Mitsubishi says lasts the life of the engine, which apparently is 190k. Now I've just been informed I'm up for a turbo rebuild because you can't get the turbo in Australia.
Mitsubishi should be embarrassedASX XD LS (2019-2023)
As a family car it doesn’t work. No lights in the back (where the kids go) so getting out of it at night it a nightmare. Low roof means that i have to be excluded from family drives as i am 5’11.
Key fob only works next to the sensor, so they may as well have made it an old fashioned key.
Cruise control speeds.
Door locks will lock the passenger in if the car is off, making it a major safety issue.
The soundproofing is non existent.
The in car display only works if the mitsubishi sd card is installed. Otherwise a perpetual error displays. A
love that carASX XB (2012-2014)
Family transport, to an from school and also to work
Every single day
every 12 months and never any major issues with it. Will buy this car again in a heart beat.
Very good carASX XD MR (2019-2023)
Very smooth acceleration, looks stylish, from outside To inside , very smooth feel while riding/driving.
I owned new Nishan Qashqai Ti 2017 model. Compared to that this is better ,even this one has less function compared to high end Nissan which I owned , for this Price this is Excellent car, and with 10 year warranty and 5 year Roadside assitance which provides peace of mind .
This is just fantastic car, I just loved this car ,
it is my family car now with two baby seat,
with plenty of space for one adult in rear .
some time I feel like i
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Awesome bang for buckASX XB (2012-2014)
Nice looking inside and out. No issues to date. Easy to handle. Decent on petrol. Can fit child seats in back. Compact but still a suv. Highly recommend for up to 4 people.Show details
Questions & Answers
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?
You can get some cheap items from Wish to spruce up the veh interior, new tail light assemblies as well online (that are supposed to be direct swop out and fit).
I would think that updating to a couple of years newer ASX may be possible (ie +-2014), but I doubt that you can swop out parts from a newer ASX without some problems.
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.
I just need to know where the sensor is for the tailgate for my 2017 ASX LS, as i was recently rear ended and now the sensor is telling me the tailgate is open it isn't and keeps dinging and it won't lock.
Hi. Not sure if it is in the locking mechanism itself or on the frame of the boot lid.
Hi JonD thank you do you happen to know how i can switch it off.
There may be a fuse, but I doubt that it is a single function one, most likely linked to another circuit. So I wouldn't go that route. Best is for an auto electrician to have a look to either fix or bypass (as long as you can lock the tailgate).
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|Category||Small / Compact SUVs||Small / Compact SUVs||Small / Compact SUVs||Small / Compact SUVs|
|Transmission||Continuously Variable (CVT)||Continuously Variable (CVT)||Continuously Variable (CVT)||Continuously Variable (CVT)|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|Wheels||18" Alloy||18" Alloy||18" Alloy||18" Alloy|
|ANCAP Safety Rating||5 Stars||5 Stars|
|Fuel Consumption||7.6 L/100km||7.6 L/100km||7.6 L/100km||7.6 L/100km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||63 L||63 L||63 L||63 L|
|Engine||4B11 MIVEC MPI Petrol 2.0||4B11 MIVEC MPI Petrol 2.0L||4 Cylinder 2.0 L|
|Max Power||110kW @ 6000rpm||110kW @ 6000rpm||110kW @ 6000rpm||110kW @ 6000rpm|
|Max Torque||197Nm @ 4200rpm||197Nm @ 4200rpm||197Nm @ 4200rpm||197Nm @ 4200rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||Japan||Japan||Japan||Japan|
|Phone Connectivity||Android Auto (Wireless), Apple CarPlay (Wireless), Bluetooth and USB||Android Auto (Wireless), Apple CarPlay (Wireless), Bluetooth and USB|
|Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)||1,300 kg||1,300 kg||1,300 kg|
|Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)||750 kg||750 kg||750 kg|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)||5 year(s)|
|Kerb Weight||1,389 kg||1,382 kg|
|Ground Clearance||205 mm||205 mm||205 mm||205 mm|
|Digital Radio (DAB+)||Yes||Yes|
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