Very different from the complex LED arrangements you see on other large SUVs. The double exhaust pipes on each side of the rear give it a real sporty edge.
The wow factor of this car isn’t the exterior, though. It’s the inside that matters.
The Asaki LE goes all out for comfort and luxury in the interior. The seats are a high-quality red leather, full of fancy stitching and trims, that are soft to touch, but firm and supportive to sit in.
The seats have multiple electric adjustments, in the front and middle rows, meaning you can set you seat up just how you like.
There is a decent sunroof, and the stereo is also really rocking with a 10-speaker Bose system. It passed my '90s hard rock test with flying colours.
The second row in this six-seater is where the real difference lies. The middle row seats are basically lounge chairs, or at the least smart business-class-style comfort.
There is a third zone of climate control for the middle passengers, loads of room, and you really could road-trip in style back there.
The third row continues with the comfort levels and luxury touches, with decent legroom, but the headroom is low for taller passengers. There are also cupholders and charging ports, but no air vents or controls.