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Mitsubishi ASX 2020 pricing and specifications confirmed: 2.4-litre petrol engine joins small SUV range

The new Mitsubishi ASX stands out from its processor thanks to square-shaped foglights and a new front grille.

Mitsubishi’s new-look ASX has landed in Australian showrooms with added equipment, a new engine choice and driveaway pricing.

However, two of the new grades – the MR and GSR – will not arrive until December, with pricing for those two kept under wraps for now.

Differentiating the new ASX from the old is an 8.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, as well as LED headlights, reworked exterior styling and square-shaped foglamps.

Safety systems also get a bump with the inclusion of Mitsubishi’s forward collision mitigation system (AEB) and an electrochromatic rear-view mirror at no extra cost.

Standard gear also includes 18-inch wheels wrapped in 225/55 rubber, four-speaker sound system, digital radio, keyless entry and fabric seats, while safety equipment extends to emergency brake assist, hill-start assist, reversing camera and cruise control.

Inside is a 8.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity. Inside is a 8.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity.

Opening the line-up will again be the five-speed manual ES, which has increased in priced by $24,990 driveaway, while the continuously variable automatic transmission-equipped version retails for $26,740.

As before, the automatic ES can be had with an advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) pack for another $2500, and gains lane-departure warning, lane change assist, rear cross-traffic alert, and automatic headlights and wipers.

New to the ASX range is the MR grade, which adds a number of blacked-out exterior components such as 18-inch wheels, radiator grille and door mirrors, as well as rear parking sensors, privacy glass and push-button start, but pricing to be revealed closer to its December on-sale date.

The next rung up the ASX ladder is the $30,240 LS that gains privacy glass, push-button start and chrome interior door handles.

All aforementioned ASX variants are powered by a carryover 2.0-litre petrol engine developing 110kW of power at 6000rpm and 197NM of torque at 4200rpm, with only the base ES available with a manual transmission, whereas the rest employ a continuously variable automatic transmission.

New to the ASX line-up are the MR and GSR models. New to the ASX line-up are the MR and GSR models.

The penultimate ASX variant is now the newly introduced GSR that pairs the MR’s blacked-out accessories with a six-speaker sound system, rear spoiler and micro-suede interior with red-stitching. Pricing is also currently withheld for the GSR.

The new GSR also swaps out the 2.0-litre engine for a 2.4-litre petrol unit, outputting 123kW at 6000rpm and 222Nm at 4100rpm.

Finally, the top-spec Exceed moves from $30,900 to $35,740, but is also powered by the new 2.4-litre engine and gains a panoramic sunroof, leather-appointed seats, heated front pews, in-built satellite navigation and a speed limit display.

A range of accessories will also be available to new ASX buyers, including front and rear skid plates, nudge bar, tow kit and roof rail cross bars.

2020 Mitsubishi ASX pricing driveaway:

ModelPrice
ES – manual$24,990
ES – automatic $26,740
MR – automaticTBC
LS – automatic$30,240
GSR – automaticTBC
Exceed – automatic$35,740