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Mitsubishi ASX 2020 review: ES snapshot

EXPERT RATING
8

The Mitsubishi ASX ES continues to be the entry version of the updated 2020 range, sitting $2500 beneath the ES with the optional ADAS safety package. List pricing has gone up marginally, but all variants are now offered with ongoing drive away pricing. The ES kicks off at $24,990 drive away.  

Pedestrian-detecting AEB is now standard across the board, and all variants have been treated to a new multimedia screen that steps up an inch to 8.0 inches, which continues to offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

There’s new seat trim for every variant beneath the Exceed, and standard gear for the ES includes 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 225/55 rubber, four-speaker sound system, digital radio, and keyless entry. 

The mechanical package is unchanged, with the same 110kW/197Nm 2.0-litre petrol engine the ASX has used since it first arrived in July 2010. A five-speed manual continues as the entry transmission option, with the CVT auto adding another $1750 to its price.

Official combined fuel consumption figures remain at 7.7L/100km for the manual, and 7.6L/100km for the auto.

Pricing Guides

$30,365
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
Lowest Price
$24,990
Highest Price
$35,740
EXPERT RATING
8
Malcolm Flynn
CarsGuide Editor

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Pricing Guide

$24,990

Lowest price, based on new car retail price

This price is subject to change closer to release data
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