Mitsubishi ASX Pricing and Specs
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.
This vehicle is also known as Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.
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Mitsubishi ASX FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Mitsubishi ASX here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Mitsubishi ASX: How do I turn off a service reminder?
With the ignition off, press the info button repeatedly until the service screen comes up. Then press and hold the info button until the spanner icon flashes, press the info button repeatedly until the schedule starts to flash. Press and hold the info button until off is displayed, then press and hold the info button until the flashing stops. The service reminder will then be turned off.Show more
Mitsubishi ASX 2013: What is a harmonic balancer?
I assume it’s the harmonic balancer on the engine, which dampens vibrations in the engine. A faulty balancer could ultimately damage the engine. The cost seems way too high; a balancer should cost a couple of hundred dollars, so check the quote to see what it includes.Show more
Mitsubishi ASX 2014: Problems with push-button
It doesn’t sound normal. I would suggest you take it to a Mitsubishi dealer and have it checked and fixed if needed.Show more