“Growth in the SUV segment and electrification are the dominant trends in the European market and this will continue – as an electrified SUV with a complete package of advanced technology and infotainment, the new ASX is perfectly suited for the European market,” says Frank Krol, President of Mitsubishi Motors Europe. An all-wheel drive version is not planned, nor is a purely electric variant. All engine variants of the Mitsubishi ASX are driven via the front axle. Depending on the version, there is a six-speed manual transmission, continuously variable CVT automatic or a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. The ASX, produced in the Spanish Renault plant in Valladolid, has 17 or 18-inch rims, six colors and a black contrasting roof to make sure it looks right. The loading volume is 332 liters, which can be significantly increased by folding down the rear seat. In addition, the French Japanese offers animated instruments, a 10.25 vertical display, various driving programs and safety systems. The market launch for the 4.23 meter long Mitsubishi ASX is in spring 2023. Prices should start at less than 24,000 euros.
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Apart from the Mitsubishi lettering on the rear and the radiator grille with the brand-specific diamond mask, there are no significant differences to the Renault Captur in terms of appearance or technology.