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Mitsubishi ASX
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Mitsubishi ASX Pricing and Specs

2022 price from
$24,990*

The Mitsubishi ASX is available from $24,990 to $34,490 for the 2022 SUV across a range of models.

Most makers of small SUVs like to at least pretend their cars are really rugged off-roading types, even if the only thing they're capable of summiting is a speed bump. But not so the Mitsubishi ASX. "Built for the city" says the advertising tag line, and so it is. Unlike some of its competitors, the ASX is not based on a city car's architecture, and is instead built using an (albeit ageing) purpose-built platform, the net result being a car that's bigger, and taller, than some of its competitors. Available in front- or all-wheel drive, and with a choice of petrol or diesel engines, the Mitsubishi ASX has proved a popular choice for small families since its Australian launch in 2010.

The ASX ES (2WD) starts off at $24,990, while the range-topping, ASX Exceed (2WD) is priced at $34,490.

This vehicle is also known as Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.

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Year Price From Price To
2022 $24,990 $34,490
2021 $18,700 $36,410
2020 $17,300 $35,640
2019 $15,400 $31,240
2018 $14,000 $29,150
2017 $12,400 $26,180
2016 $11,200 $22,880
2015 $9,900 $20,460
2014 $9,000 $19,140
2013 $8,200 $17,930
2012 $7,000 $15,840
2011 $6,500 $13,090
2010 $6,000 $11,880

Mitsubishi ASX FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Mitsubishi ASX here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Does my Mitsubishi ASX 2016 petrol have timing belt or chain?

    The 4B11 (official code-name) engine in your ASX used a timing chain rather than a toothed, rubber timing belt. That means the chain should be good for the life of the engine, rather than requiring periodic replacement as a timing belt does. While the timing chain in this engine seems to be of a good design and hasn’t caused widespread problems, the accessory drive belt (which drives the water pump and power-steering pump, has been known to jump off its pulleys, leaving the car with no power-steering and no pump to operate the cooling system. At least it’s obvious when it happens (so the car can be shut down with no further damage) and the fix is an easy one.

     

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  • Why is the instrument display of my 2015 Mitsubishi ASX loosing power?

    Your problem may be related to a relay, but the usual cause of flickering DRLs and dashboard lighting (the LED type) is a faulty capacitor within the vehicle’s wiring loom. A faulty capacitor will deliver an unstable (fluctuating rather than steady) voltage to the LEDs and that’s what causes them to flicker.

    Some owners choose to add an aftermarket section of wiring loom with a capacitor within it, but I’d first try to find the offending component in the car’s existing wiring and tackle the problem that way.

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  • Mitusibishi ASX LS 2018: What price does this car sell for?

    An MY18-model Mitusibishi ASX LS should set you back between $15,000 and $20,000 depending on kilometres and its overall condition. Whether you look at a 2WD or 4x4 model it doesn’t seem to change the 2018-model’s valuation.

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