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Mitsubishi reveals new ASX


Mitsubishi has heavily revised the ASX compact crossover, adding a new engine, all-wheel-drive and new bodywork.

The ASX now provides a broader and bolder look, with full LED lighting.

A new 2.0-litre petrol engine is 30% more powerful, with 150PS. Fuel economy and emissions figures are yet to be confirmed.

Front-wheel-drive versions come with a five-speed-manual, while the all-wheel-drive version comes with a CVT.

Towing capacity for both versions is 1,300Kg.

The interior of the Mitsubishi ASX has been upgraded with finer grade materials for both the cloth and leather-trimmed interiors. These are complemented by a black cloth headlining and small detail changes such as the new ergonomic air-conditioning and heater controls which are now finished in piano black and silver.

The centre instrument panel also benefits from a piano black finish and now incorporates a new larger eight-inch Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) system, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and DAB.

There are two trim levels. The Design comes with heated seats, cruise control, climate control and keyless entry.

Dynamic versions feature leather upholstery, panoramic roof, satnav and blind spot monitor.

The 2020 Mitsubishi ASX goes on sale in the UK in September 2019 with pricing to be announced closer to the UK launch date.

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