The Mitsubishi ASX was the bestselling vehicle of its segment last year (2018), which is why 2020 is an exciting time for Mitsubishi Motors after they launched the new ASX model with some major changes for the new car buyers.

WHAT TO RIDE had the opportunity to take the Mitsubishi ASX Exceed for a test drive! We drove this small SUV the Mitsubishi ASX on different terrains and it performed well on all even though it is not an All Wheel Drive. This new small SUV model deserves to be the best small SUV less than $40k with its smooth agility, if you are planning to buy a new car you've got to check this new small SUV the Mitsubishi ASX .



The 2.4L engine gives the new Mitsubishi ASX a quick acceleration when needed and much less noise inside the cabin!

The New Mitsubishi ASX has not changed much in size or dimension, but has had a stylish facelift and changes to its cabin. The interior has a new 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Mitsubishi ASX is small SUV with seating comfortable for four adults; however it doesn’t accommodate air conditioner vents and USB ports for its back seat passengers.


The rear has a new modern look now equipped with LED tail lights and some changes to the bumper. On top of that, the Mitsubishi ASX Exceed model (top of the range) has a TomTom navigation system built-in. Mitsubishi are still implementing their Dynamic Shield across their range. The Recommended Retail Price starts from $23,990AUD.



The Forward Collision Mitigation has been introduced across the new Mitsubishi ASX range, where more safety features have been added to the Safety Pack model and ASX LS to be one of the safest small SUVs:

- Lane Departure Warning

- Lane Change Assist

- Blind Spot Warning

- Reverse Sensors

- Rear Cross Traffic Alert

- Rain Sensing Wipers

- Dusk Sensing Headlamps


The latest car news from What To Ride confirms that all variants of this new small SUV the Mitsubishi ASX will be Front Wheel Drive There is a new variant for the Mitsubishi ASX model called the ASX GSR, with a sleek city SUV style featuring enhancements and a more powerful 2.4L petrol engine producing an extra 13kW. The average fuel consumption for this model will be 7.9L/100km which is not the most fuel efficient small SUV in Australia. These two new sport small SUV variants; the Mitsubishi ASX MR and Mitsubishi ASX GSR will additionally have an attractive Sunshine Orange paint option.

Check our Test Drive Video here