Mitsubishi ASX 2018 review
Mitsubishi's smallest SUV is getting on for eight years old, with only a handful of updates and style tweaks to keep it fresh along the way. A fact that appears to be hurting sales exactly not at all.
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The spunky little CX-3 range has sexed up its names slightly, so the base model is now a Neo Sport, rather than just a plain old Neo.
This entry car is available as front-wheel-drive only and comes with a choice of either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic paired with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine making 110kW/195Nm and producing fuel economy of 6.3 litres per 100km (or 6.5L/100km for the manual).
Standard kit for your $23,990 drive-away price (that's manual, auto adds another $2000) includes 16-inch steel wheels, body-coloured powered mirrors, black cloth front seats with height adjustment, electric parking brake, a 7.0-inch full-colour 'MZD Connect' touch screen to control your audio system with DAB, Bluetooth and six speakers, and a multi-function 'Command Control', plus keyless start, rear parking sensors, a reversing camera and 'Smart City Brake Support', which works in both forward and reverse.
|NEO Sport (fwd)||2.0L, ULP, 6 SP MAN||$15,300 – 21,560||2019 Mazda CX-3 2019 NEO Sport (fwd) Pricing and Specs|
|Maxx Sport (fwd)||2.0L, ULP, 6 SP AUTO||$18,200 – 25,410||2019 Mazda CX-3 2019 Maxx Sport (fwd) Pricing and Specs|
|Maxx Sport (awd)||2.0L, ULP, 6 SP AUTO||$18,900 – 26,290||2019 Mazda CX-3 2019 Maxx Sport (awd) Pricing and Specs|
|S Touring (awd)||1.8L, Diesel, 6 SP AUTO||$25,300 – 33,550||2019 Mazda CX-3 2019 S Touring (awd) Pricing and Specs|