ASX Diesel Review

20 Nov 2014 | Author: | Comments Off on ASX Diesel Review
Mitsubishi ASX

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The Mitsubishi ASX has been designed for the typical family driver. It’s not a big bruiser that intimidates road users and really look fully at home outside the supermarket. It’s a city vehicle, and getting it a parking space outside the isn’t going to be a nightmare, no how clumsy you are at parking.

However, it have the high stance and visibility of an SUV plus the ability to go off when needed.

And the Mitsubishi ASX has a diesel engine (duh!). means that it’s to be quite good at towing and have a tad more torque its petrol-powered stablemates. Actually, talking about just double the torque: 360 Nm as opposed to the 197 of the siblings. This level of is available well down in the namely 15002750 rpm.

What’s more, the powers be at Mitsubishi have decided the Mitsubishi ASX Diesel will be a four-paw rather than a 2WD option. I have more a slight suspicion that the ASX Diesel will be a popular for small-scale contractors, as you’ve got the and the ease of manoeuvring of a medium city hatchback but the ground grip and towing ability of a This 2.2 litre engine in the ASX Diesel is quite frugal, being typically around 5.8 km, although this will up somewhat if you do use the Mitsubishi ASX Diesel for a lot (maximum towing capacity a braked trailer is 1400 kg and the ASX Diesel only weighs kg kerb mass).

You have two choices available if you the general styling and the motor in the ASX Diesel: the basic 4WD and the Aspire Both of these are harnessed to a automatic transmission yet another that this is designed to be an four-paw rather than a bush-basher.

However, the Mitsubishi ASX Aspire has AWC (all-wheel control), allows you to switch between drive and four-wheel-drive when you to and you can even do this at speeds of up to 100 The Aspire variant of the Mitsubishi ASX is the classier option, with a lot of thrown in, such as the panoramic roof, the dusk-sensing headlights, wipers, 17-inch alloy (the basic Mitsubishi ASX gets 16-inch wheels) and the Key that unlocks the doors for you it’s still in your as long as you’re 70 cm away the vehicle.

Both variants have exterior and interior styling, the panoramic sunroof on the Aspire the main thing you’ll Both types have the lip spoiler, the chrome-tipped exhaust, the steering wheel and gearshift the fog lights and the bucket seats. You won’t see any difference in the Bluetooth the climate control, the cruise or the safety features (both and passive). The differences between the two are:

• The Mitsubishi ASX Diesel has heated power seats, those on the regular variant neither a power function nor

• The Mitsubishi ASX Diesel has six speakers in the sound system of four.

• The Mitsubishi ASX Aspire has a 7-inch touch-screen panel with navigation and SD input, while the basic gets 6.1 inches and no navigation.

To the Mitsubishi ASX Diesel is a good family vehicle that also be a good pick for a who does a lot of towing. It’s to drive and the 4×4 function is on gravel roads, although isn’t a serious heavy-duty off

It’s got decent seating for people and is the sort of vehicle would see your family from toddlers to teenagers room for the dog in the back.

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