Mitsubishi ASX (2010–)

Model History

July 2010

Mitsubishi ASX Launched

The range is largely 2WD (front wheels), with AWC electronically controlled 4WD offered on the 1.8 DiD. A choice of two Euro V engines - the 1.6 petrol - 115bhp @ 6,000 rpm, 114lb.ft @ 4,000 rpm and 1.8 DiD turbodiesel 147bhp @ 4,000 rpm, 221lb.ft @ 2,000-3,000 rpm.

It has a five speed manual transmission on the 1.6-litre petrol and a six-speed manual on 1.8 DiD diesel. AWC electronically controlled 4x4 system offered with 1.8 DiD turbodiesel.

Standard equipment on all includes alloy wheels, air conditioning, Automatic Stop & Go, Active Stability Control and Traction Control, aux-in jack, keyless entry, ABS with EBD and Brake Assist, dual stage front side and curtain airbags, driver’s knee airbag, tilt and telescopic steering column.

ASX 3 gains fully automatic air conditioning, one touch starting, cruise control, heated seats, privacy glass, audio wheel controls, Bluetooth, leather covered steering wheel and shift knob, automatic lights and windscreen wipers, chrome exterior detailing.

ASX 4 gains leather seats and Kenwood in-car entertainment incorporating iPod control, sat nav and a reversing camera

Model 0-62 (secs) Top Speed (mph) Power (bhp/rpm) Torque Lb (


(Urban/Extra Urban/combined)

CO 2 (g/km)
ASX 1.6 Petrol 11.4 113 115/6000 114/4000 36.7/56.5/47.1 135
ASX 1.8 DiD 9.7 124 148/4000 221/2000-3000 42.2/58.9/51.4 145
ASX 1.8 DiD 4x4 10.0 123 147/4000 221/2000-3000 40.9/56.5/49.6 150
  • Wheelbase (mm): 2670mm
  • Dimensions L/W/H (mm): 4295 / 1770 / 1625
  • Track F/R 1525 / 1525
  • Kerb Weight (kg) 1270 (ASX2); 1290 (ASX3&4 Petrol); 1450 (ASX3&4 Diesel); 1525 (ASX3&4 Diesel 4WD)
  • Fuel tank capacity (litres): 63 (60 - 4wd)
  • Front (rear) axle: MacPherson strut (multi link)
  • Boot capacity seats up/down 442 / 1193 litres
  • Towing capacity (braked) 1100kg petrol / 1400kg diesel
  • Service Intervals: Petrol: 12,500/12 Months; Diesel: 9,000/12 months
  • Warranty: 3-year unlimited mileage, 12 year anti-corrosion perforation and 3-year pan-European roadside, home and accident assistance
Model Ins Group Mix Price
ASX 2 1.6 Petrol 13 15% £14,999
ASX 3 1.6 Petrol 13 36% £16,799
ASX 4 1.6 Petrol 14 4% £18,799
ASX 3 1.8 Diesel 19 27% £18,549
ASX 3 1.8 Diesel 4x4 19 13% £20,049
ASX 4 1.8 Diesel 19 3% £20,549
ASX 4 1.8 Diesel 4x4 20 2% £22,049

December 2013

2.2-litre diesel added to range

ASX '2.2' 6-speed auto added to the range with 2,268cc chain cam Mitsubishi diesel engine and 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission. 150PS, 360Nm torque. 153g/km CO2. Priced at £23,899.

Model Trim Price (on the road)
ASX 1.6 petrol 2WD 2 £14,999
ASX 1.6 petrol 2WD 3 £16,750
ASX 1.8 diesel 2WD 3 £18,750
ASX 1.8 diesel 4WD 4 £22,499
ASX 2.2 diesel auto 4WD 4 £23,899

November 2016

Mitsubishi launches revised ASX

The revised Mitsubishi ASX crossover is ready to make an entrance into Mitsubishi showrooms across the UK from November 1 2016. The design of the Mitsubishi ASX gets new “Dynamic Shield” visual identity, refreshing the vehicle and bringing it in line with other models in the range such as the Mitsubishi Outlander and Outlander PHEV.

The updated ASX not only welcomes the introduction of MMC’s “Dynamic Shield”, there is also a shark-fin antenna, revised seat cushions, new seat upholstery across the range and a new “Lightning Blue” colour option. Variant names in the new ASX range have also been changed, returning to the straightforward ASX 2, ASX 3, ASX 4 and ASX 5 format, and there have been changes to the trim levels too.

The engine range features a 117PS, 154Nm 1.6-litre MIVEC petrol engine driving the front wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox; a 114PS, 270Nm 1.6-litre DI-D turbo diesel engine with a six-speed manual gearbox (front-wheel drive on ASX 3 or on-demand four-wheel drive on ASX 4) and a 150PS, 260Nm 2.2-litre DI-D turbo diesel combined with on-demand four-wheel drive and a six-speed automatic transmission as standard.

In terms of fuel economy and emissions, the 1.6 turbo diesel with front-wheel drive produces CO 2 emission of just 119g/km and is capable of 61.4 mpg on the official combined fuel economy cycle, while 4WD versions produce 132g/km and return 56.5 mpg. The 1.6-litre petrol engine produces emissions of 135g/km and is capable of 48.7 mpg on the official combined fuel economy cycle, while the 2.2-litre turbo diesel has emissions of 152g/km and returns 48.7 mpg.

The Mitsubishi ASX 2 is the entry-point to the ASX range, yet offers an extremely high level of standard equipment including 16-inch alloy wheels; front fog lamps; air conditioning; Bluetooth phone connectivity; a USB port with iPhone compatibility; a leather-trimmed steering wheel; multifunction colour instrument display; electric windows front and rear; rear privacy glass and arm rests for front and rear occupants. Safety equipment includes Mitsubishi Active Stability and Traction Control (M-ASTC), Hill Start Assist and seven airbags as standard. The Mitsubishi ASX 2 1.6 petrol 117hp has a list price of £15,999.

The Mitsubishi ASX 3 builds on the impressive specification of the ASX 2 by adding two-tone 18-inch alloys; black wheel-arch garnishes; automatic climate control; keyless entry and operation; cruise control; automatic light and rain sensors; xenon super-HID ‘wide vision’ headlamps with washers; DAB radio and Bluetooth music streaming; auto-dimming rear view mirror; heated front seats; electric-folding door mirrors and, new for 2017, a reversing camera. The Mitsubishi ASX 3 1.6 petrol is priced from £18,349 with the ASX 3 1.6 turbo diesel is priced from £20,349.

The Mitsubishi ASX 4 features four-wheel drive as standard and is available with the 1.6-litre turbo diesel and 2.2-litre turbo diesel automatic. Standard features in addition to the specification of the ASX 3 include leather upholstery, black roof rails, an aluminium pedal kit (new for 2017); a panoramic glass roof and the Mitsubishi Multi Communication System (MMCS), which includes a seven-inch HD touch-screen display, satellite navigation, DAB, CD player, SD card compatibility and reversing camera. The Mitsubishi Outlander ASX 4 1.6 turbo diesel 4WD is priced from £24,249 while the ASX 4 2.2 turbo diesel automatic 4WD is priced from £25,649.

This premium edition of the Mitsubishi ASX, due in January 2017, is similar in concept to the highly successful and luxurious Mitsubishi Outlander GX5 and Shogun SG5 models. The seats are trimmed in rich Nappa leather available in a choice of three colours - Claret Red, Porcelain Cream and Gunmetal Grey – while the premium carpet mat set and boot mat feature colour-coded piping to match the leather trim. Heated rear seats are standard as are; a power-adjusted driver’s seat; twin rear USB charging ports; LED interior lighting and front-door entry guards. The Mitsubishi ASX 5 1.6 turbo diesel 4WD will retail from £26,949 in January 2017 and the top-of-the-range ASX 5 2.2 turbo diesel automatic 4WD will be priced at £28,349.

The Mitsubishi ASX range is backed by five year, 62,500 mile warranty and comes with three-year pan-European roadside, home and accident assistance as standard. The Mitsubishi Service Plan covers scheduled maintenance for the first three years and is available for £500 for 1.6-litre petrol and turbo diesel versions and £675 for the 2.2-litre turbo diesel.

October 2018

ASX range trimmed down

There is now a single Juro trim level. The new ASX Juro is positioned as the entry point SUV for the Mitsubishi range, priced from £19,195 OTR and features enhanced styling, a high standard specification and a considerably more spacious cabin than most of its comparably-priced competitors.

Powered by a 1.6-litre MIVEC petrol engine, which produces 117hp with 154Nm, the Mitsubishi ASX Juro is capable of accelerating to 62mph from a standstill in 12.2 seconds and can reach a top speed of 113 mph where legally permitted. It’s also capable of delivering a combined fuel economy of 41.5mpg (NEDC†) and CO2 emissions of 155 g/km (NEDC†).

Standard specification includes 18-inch alloy wheels, LED DRLs, privacy glass, front fog lamps and keyless entry and go with start/stop button. The interior features climate control air conditioning, Grand Luxe upholstery with front seat heaters, cruise control, Mitsubishi Motors’ Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) which utilises Apple CarPlay & Android Auto compatibility and is also equipped with DAB radio and a reverse camera. The only option available is metallic paint at £525 inc VAT.

January 2019

Mitsubishi ASX Black Edition on sale now

Mitsubishi has introduced new Black Edition variants of the ASX, Outlander Petrol, Eclipse Cross and L200 pick-up models. Black Edition versions are distinguished by their black alloys wheels and black detailing, and are only offered in one of three colours – black, grey or white.

The Mitsubishi ASX Black Edition is based on the Juro variant but with black 18-inch alloy wheels, black mirror covers, black front skid plate and a panoramic roof. The roof rails are also finished in black along with the side window mouldings. The interior adds aluminium pedals, a black window switch panel and red stitching on the steering wheel, gear stick, handbrake and centre console. The ASX Black Edition is limited to 300 units and priced from £21,660.

September 2019

Updated Mitsubishi ASX on sale

Priced from £20,295, the ASX is available in two trim levels: Dynamic and Exceed. It's powered by a 2.0-litre petrol engine producing 150PS and available with two-wheel drive and a manual gearbox or four-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox.

The updated model adopts the chunkier design language of the rest of the Mitsubishi range, while the interior has been revised with a new eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system. DAB, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard across the range while TomTom navigation is standard on the Exceed.

Price List (September 2019):

ASX Dynamic Manual 2WD


ASX Exceed Manual 2WD


ASX Exceed Automatic 4WD


What does a Mitsubishi ASX (2010) cost?

List Price from £20,705
Buy new from £18,015
Contract hire from £241.56 per month