The company’s newest small crossover, the Mitsubishi ASX, has been introduced by Mitsubishi and will be marketed in the remaining European nations. The new car and the Renault Captor are substantially identical. with the front grille embellishments being the only noticeable modification, giving the term “badge engineering” new meaning. Even the wheels on the Renault captors are identical. Fans of the French vehicle will recognize the engine options that Mitsubishi has imitated, just as it has done with the exterior style.
Under the hood, The Mitsubishi ASX’s first engine is a 90 horsepower, 1.0 litre, three-cylinder unit. The next engine is a 1.3-litre turbocharged gasoline engine with 12-volt mild hybrid technology. It comes in two power outputs. The powertrain is available with 138 horsepower and a six-speed manual transmission or with 155 horsepower and a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
In addition, the Mitsubishi ASX is the first Mitsubishi to be available as a full hybrid in Europe. because of the 1.6-litre gas engine, two electric motors, and automatic multimode gearbox that it has. This engine produces 141 horsepower.
Customers have the option of choosing how much time they want to spend inside the cabin. Customers have the option of purchasing an advanced 10.25 digital driver display with 3D navigation and complete personalization. A 7-inch screen is also available if you only want to make a minor financial sacrifice. If you’re solely interested in your financial condition, the screen can be shrunk to only 4.2 inches and set up between analogue gauges.
Despite keeping its small size, the Mitsubishi ASX measures 4228 millimetres in length, 1797 millimetres in width, and 1573 millimetres in height. More legroom or trunk space is made available by the back seat’s movable feature.