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Mitsubishi ASX Black Edition 2018 pricing and specs confirmed

Robbie Wallis
Contributing Journalist
GoAutoMedia

21 Sep 2018 • 2 min read

Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited has released a limited-edition ASX Black Edition, which adds a number of styling enhancements and a nudge to standard spec.

Just 1000 units are available, priced at $25,490 plus on-road costs which is the same price as the entry-level automatic ES grade upon which it is based.

On the outside, the Black Edition gets gloss black alloy wheels, door mirrors and front skid plate along with a chrome exhaust tip, front foglights, tinted windows and integrated indicators in the wing mirrors.

Inside, the limited-run small SUV gains aluminum pedals, a carbon-fibre-look centre panel, leatherette bolsters with micro-suede seating as well as red stitching on the steering wheel, transmission knob and park brake lever.

ASX Black Edition customers will also get rear parking sensors and a smart key with one touch start, which is otherwise only available in the range-topping Exceed.

Paint options include Starlight, Black and Titanium.

Other standard kit carried over from the ES includes daytime running lights, a reversing camera, electric tailgate, a 7.0-inch multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, ABS, active safety control and traction control.

All versions of the ASX are powered by a 110kW/192Nm 2.0-litre petrol engine which drives the front wheels through either a five-speed manual gearbox or the more popular continuously variable transmission (CVT).

The full-time ASX line-up consists of the ES which checks in at $23,490 ($25,490 w/ auto), the mid-spec LS which is priced at $27,990, while the Exceed tops the range at $30,990.

2018 Mitsubishi ASX list pricing

 ManualAutomatic
Mitsubishi ASX ES$23,490$25,490
Mitsubishi ASX Black Edition--$25,490
Mitsubishi ASX ES w/ ADAS--$26,990
Mitsubishi ASX LS--$27,990
Mitsubishi ASX Exceed--$30,990

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