Mitsubishi’s base ASX small SUV raised prices slightly until 2022, but added new equipment.
The ASX has jumped in its pre-road price (MSRP) by $ 500 across the board and retains all variants. Changes for 2022 that apply to all variants include “safety modifications” to comply with the ADR85 side post impact test, a different white paint option, and two additional USB ports (one type A, one type C).
Variants with synthetic suede trim get a new water-repellent finish for this material, and the top-of-the-range Exceed now receives the âExceedâ badges.
Now priced at $ 24,490 for the base 2.0-liter ES manual, at $ 33,990 for the top-of-the-line 2.4-liter Exceed car, the ASX maintains its position as one of the more affordable players. in the small SUV segment.
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The lineup continues to start at the base ES which may be available as a six-speed manual ($ 24,490) or CVT automatic ($ 26,740), paired with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine producing 110 kW / 197 Nm.
Equipment includes 18-inch alloy wheels, 8.0-inch multimedia touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, LED headlights, keyless access, basic air conditioning, fabric seat covers , a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a reversing camera and a car emergency braking system.
The recently launched ES-L variant ($ 28,140) continues through 2022, including automatic headlights with LED fog lights, rain-sensing windshield wipers, chrome trim and adds the exit warning of lane, automatic high beams and rear parking sensors to the equipment list. All grades from ES-L are CVT only.
Next is the ES ADAS ($ 28,490) which adds blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and lane change assistance to safety equipment, and the ES Plus ($ 28,890 ) which adds push ignition and privacy glass.
The MR ($ 28,490) has the same price as the ES ADAS. The MR is the first variant that can be chosen with the larger 2.4-liter four-cylinder petrol engine (123 kW / 222 Nm) like the MR Plus ($ 31,140). The MR Plus also benefits from automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers, upgraded audio, paddle shifters, lane departure warning and leather seat upholstery. synthetic / suede.
Between the MR and the MR Plus is the LS ($ 29,240), which can only be chosen with the base 2.0-liter engine, and adds roof racks, privacy windows, and ignition. by push, in addition to all standard equipment on the ES ADAS.
Next is the GSR ($ 31,490), which is only available with the larger 2.4-liter engine and offers the same refinements as the MR Plus with other sporty features like a spoiler and roof rails. black as well as push-ignition and rear privacy glass on the LS.
The XLS Plus ($ 33,640) adds the blackened grille, 18-inch two-tone alloys, panoramic sunroof, interior mood lighting, integrated navigation system, heated front seats, power driver adjustment and fully synthetic leather. seats.
Finally, at the top of the line is the Exceed ($ 33,990), which includes all available equipment as well as a premium nine-speaker sound system.
While the Japanese-origin ASX continues to prove popular in Australia, it is also one of the oldest products in the Mitsubishi lineup, with its basic form more than a decade old. It’s expected for a new generation, especially in light of Mitsubishi’s recent launch of the next-generation Outlander and updated Eclipse Cross.
It is not yet clear whether the next generation will continue on a Mitsubishi platform, or if it will be merged into the Renault Nissan Mitsubishi alliance’s CMF-B platform, which underpins competitors Nissan Juke and Renault Captur.
Mitsubishi ASX 2022 price
|2.0L manual||2.0L automatic CVT||2.4L automatic CVT|
|ES||$ 24,490||$ 26,740||–|
|ES ADAS||–||$ 28,490||–|
|ES More||–||$ 28,890||–|
|MR More||–||–||$ 31,140|
|XLS Plus||–||–||$ 33,640|
|To go past||–||–||$ 33,990|