Mitsubishi ASX (RVR or Outlander Sport) was launched in 2009 and since then, the company has sold more than 1.32 million units overall, continuing its evolution and journey by redesigning and rethinking the model that brought the company’s win.
The ASX’s exterior is now more robust than the outgoing model, creating a stronger stance. With a lightweight compact body, and a 2.0L MIVEC 16-valve engine equipped with either a five-speed manual transmission or the INVECS-III CVT with six-speed Sports Mode, makes the car very versatile for everyday use. Customers have the option of choosing between two versions, two and four-wheel-drive.
The Mitshubishi company reassures its customers, by delivering mondaine safety features, including RISE impact safety body and a Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) braking system.
The ASX model benefits from the latest technology, with an improved Smartphone-link Display Audio (SDA) that now offers more advanced connectivity. The display size has been increased to eight inches, and top trim level versions come equipped with a TomTom navigation system.
The new Mitsubishi ASX comes in three new colors, offering their customers a wider palette to choose from - Red Diamond, Sunshine Orange, and Oak Brown. The new Mitsubishi is currently the key to the company’s global strategy and vision.