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Mitsubishi ASX 2010 - present
Mitsubishi ASX, 2010 - present
57RatingAverage car rating4.21% better than average rating of competitors (4.2)Review number: 7
3% worse than average rating of competitors (4.5)9% worse than average rating of competitors (4.2)4% better than average rating of competitors (3.8)3% worse than average rating of competitors (3.9)3% better than average rating of competitors (4.5)
RecommendsYes 86% No 14%
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The Mitsubishi company, like all (almost), succumbs to the fashion of small all-terrain vehicles and introduces us to the Mitsubishi ASX. This car is built on an Outlander base, but is a bit smaller and shorter. The front ASX is a typical Mitsubishi with the company-specific aggressive grille and headlights, but all the other parts don’t impress with interesting lines or unexpected solutions. The inside also has a slender design, and the materials are cheap - it feels good to touch the plastic surface. However, the driver's position is comfortable and the devices are easy to understand. All ASX models have good standard equipment which includes an electronic stability control system. The practical and spacious 442-liter luggage compartment is a big plus, but it can't be extended with the rear seats completely removed (the Skoda Yeti can be removed). On the road, the Mitsubishi ASX is obedient, but lacks the sense of fun typical of competitors Skoda Yeti or Nissan Qashqai. True, the diesel 1.8-liter engine is extremely economical - its free speed reaches only 600rpm. This engine can also be equipped with all-wheel drive.
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Reviews: 7
Townsman's top
My rating  My rating Recommended  
Sleek, sporty-looking, eco-friendly fuel economy
Would like an electric, hybrid version of this beast
The city's irreplaceable SUV...
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Misubishi ASX 2012 1.8D cleartec
My rating  My rating Recommended  
Engine, economy, design, control, visibility, safety, traction
Chassis and sound insulation, Lithuanian corrosion
A fun SUV that can economically travel long distances, pleasant handling, safe driving and great looks. Everything is needed and nothing is needed!...
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Mitsubishi ASX Cleartec
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Good visibility, not bad on the road
engine, sound insulation, finishing, plastic, sound equipment, assembly quality, comfort.
First of all, this machine is not worth writing about, but I have noticed that it has been heavily advertised lately and has little accurate information about it. Everyone says that low fuel consumption is supposed to jeep a good ...
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Mitsubishi ASX 1.8 diesel invite
My rating  My rating Recommended  
Quite maneuverable, economical, inexpensive, suitable for off-road use
Poor sound insulation, the seats are not comfortable for long trips
The car is really great, obediently standing on the road, good stability control, excellent snowmaking (4WD). Inside, the quality may be poor, the sound insulation is certainly not great, but the acoustic audio system is immersed ...
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Jake 2015-09-29
ASX 1.6 2015
My rating  My rating Recommended  
economical, comfortable to sit at the back
Collected from the dealership only filled up the tank for the second time. Done 370 miles a week driving to work in the city and went to the country with family at the weekend. Was surprised by fuel efficiency - 49MPG. Calculated ...
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ASX 1.6 2015
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fuel consumption is low, comfortable to sit in the back
I did not find
I picked it up from the cabin and refueled only a second time. I drove about 600 km = a working week in the city and we went to Kernav? from Vilnius with my family for the weekend. Surprised vid. fuel consumption - 5.8 L / 100 km....
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2011 ASX 1.6 petrol
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Economy, stability
Sound insulation, engine power
The local cabin is hard enough to expect from a car of this size. The trunk is big enough, and there is a lot less space for passengers in the back, even when the front seats are pushed back. The biggest disadvantage of this car -...
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