The 2020 Mitsubishi ASX is one of the latest updates from Mitsubishi. The Mitsubishi ASX was initially launched with a 148bhp 2.0-liter petrol engine. The entry-level Dynamic Mitsubishi ASX models have a five-speed gearbox and front-wheel drive, while key overrun specs provide the possibility of an automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive. Aside from a range of colors and some accessories convenient to trade, there is no list of options. Mitsubishi says this makes for a simpler shopping experience and shorter waiting times for your new sleek SUV.
The 2020 Mitsubishi ASX comes with 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system with a Digital Audio Broadcasting, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto telephone connection, plus a pair of easily accessible USB ports above the cube in front of the gear lever. Scroll to trim and you also get the TomTom package navigation inside. Overall, it beats the Nissan Qashqai and Peugeot 3008 systems, but those of the Ateca and Karoq are better.
The dashboard is adjustable simple and sensitive, and the air conditioning rotary controls are direct and placed within easy reach. The digital display between instrument numbers is quite small and difficult to read, though. The steering wheel adjusts for both reach and height and there is plenty of room to rest the left foot. The driver’s seat is comfortable to sit on but does not support you too much in the corners, leaving you hanging on the steering wheel for stability. Driver seat height adjustment is standard throughout the range and higher specifications The overtaking models have an adjustable eight-way electric driver’s seat. An extended front clamp is standard on all clothes.
2020 Mitsubishi ASX Equipment
Mitsubishi has a simple dual-range range for the ASX with no factory-available options available and only a few dealers fit the accessories. Don’t worry, however you can choose from a range of colors. The beginning of the interval is Dynamic embellishment, which offers many of the equipment that buyers will really need. It includes 18in wheels, LED lights, keyless entry and start, a rearview camera, climate control, heated front seats, and cruise control. This level of standard equipment certainly compares to those of the more expensive entry-level Peugeot 3008s, Seat Atecas, and Skoda Karoqs. The experiment adds the possibility of an automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive, as well as an additional safety device, but otherwise, it is not worth updating. Although you may want the idea of the panoramic glass roof that comes with it, taller buyers should be aware that it brings a compromise to the headroom, as our interior space section explains.
2020 Mitsubishi ASX Engine
2020 Mitsubishi ASX equipped with a hearty 148bhp, performance of the equally powerful Seat Ateca 1.5 TSI or Skoda Karoq; while the Ateca and Karoq use fuels to increase engine power, especially in low shooters, you will not find any such equipment in the Mitsubishi ASX. Its engine will still pull from 1500rpm, but with much less power than any turbulent rival. So you will need the engine that spins 4000rpm if you want to quickly overtake slow traffic or explode to speed on a short highway, which makes it more taxable to drive. And the ASX’s latest performance is more in line with its smaller 1.0-liter rivals; if you climb into the manual gearbox, 0-62mph takes 10.2 seconds reasonable. Opt for automatic and the pace decreases to a slow 12.5 seconds.
2020 Mitsubishi ASX Safety
The Mitsubishi ASX gets five-star Euro NCAP rating looks impressive. However, the car was tested long ago that the rating is no longer valid, and even when it was, the ASX adult occupancy test was taken from poor and marginal results. It is unlikely to match the safety ratings of rivals like the Peugeot 3008, Seat Ateca, and Skoda Karoq, who have all earned five-star ratings in subsequent, stricter tests.
The available with automatic emergency braking (AEB), a key safety feature that is standard for many rivals these days. Beyond regulation gets a blind spot warning, inaccurate cross-traffic warning, and lane change assistance. All Mitsubishi ASX versions come with anti-whip head brakes, front, side, and curtain airbags, and one for the driver’s knees, as well as brake, assist stability control, and emergency stop signal system. In terms of safety equipment, all 2020 Mitsubishi ASX versions get locking wheel nuts, a Thatcham-approved alarm, and deadlocks.