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Mitsubishi ASX 2020 review: Exceed snapshot

EXPERT RATING
6.5

The Mitsubishi ASX Exceed is the top rung in the updated 2020 range, sitting $3500 above the GSR. List pricing has gone up marginally, but all variants are now offered with ongoing drive away pricing. The ASX Exceed carries a price tag of $35,740 drive away.

Pedestrian-detecting AEB is now standard across the board though, 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.

Beyond the GSR, the Exceed gains a panoramic sunroof, leather-appointed seats with front seat heaters and in-built satellite navigation.

The Exceed also includes the ADAS active safety package as standard, which brings lane departure warning, auto high beam, reverse sensors, blind spot warning, lane change assist and rear cross traffic alerts.

The Exceed is the more expensive of the two models to step up to the 2.4-litre petrol engine found in the Outlander and a number of other Mitsubishis, which outputs 123kW and 222Nm, up 13kW and 25Nm over the 2.0-litre engine respectively.

A CVT auto is the sole transmission available with the Exceed. Official combined fuel consumption is 0.3L/100km greater than the 2.0 litre at 7.9L/100km.

Pricing Guides

$30,365
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
Lowest Price
$24,990
Highest Price
$35,740
EXPERT RATING
6.5
Malcolm Flynn
CarsGuide Editor

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