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Models no longer being sold by local distributors.
Model unavailable since Jan 2017
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2.0 CVT (A)
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13.5km/L 148 bhp CVT (A)
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Mitsubishi ASX
4 stars - based on 7 reviews
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Bang for Buck
Been driving for a year now.. 1st SUV. Was very keen on an XT but prev ride was a Subaru and i was tired of visiting the petrol kiosk every 3 days. Reliable Mitsubishi and spacious with ample legroom. Passengers loved the space and the conti looking interior. Panoramic moonroof is classy. I love the handling and engine power to weight ratio given. Not much boot space but fits 1 large stroller well and can be maximised with removable hood. Responsive pickup and engine. best part FC is avg 12-13km/l for a 2.0! Close to 600km for a 63lit tank depending on my reving before the reserve lightsup. Reserve has been pushed till 50km minimum. Highly recommended and reliable and easy to get spare parts anywhere. Not so common also.
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Value for money!
Own the car for 2months, so far so good no complain. Before getting this car, I was looking at Nissan Qashqai 1.2 or 2.0, X-Trail & Suzuki Vitara. Test drive all my feeling: Qashqai 1.2 - abit under power Qashqai 2.0 - no complain X-Trail - abit noisy even Qashqai 1.2 is more quiet than this car Vitara- handling abit not good Fuel consumption is around 10-11km+ per liter, base on my light footer driving style. I think this is acceptable for a 2L car. My brother drive a 1-2L Qashqai & his fuel consumption is around 12-13L.
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More practical Suv in SG,compared to rival QQ , vitara and hrv!!
Lots of power under the hood! Acceleration is easy when from knot to 60km/h Very spacious despite having short length Has very good driving position Fc acceptable,altough not able to win QQ Was considering XV seriously when wanting to buy this car,however XV pickup is really slow and need to rev a lot when overtaking Very comfortable with the suspension,not to stiff Has many advanced technology for the price of 106k,when compared to competitors. Mitsubishi also has very good reliability as compared to other brands. I am given 5+5 years warranty when anting to buy car. Real good price for a cat b coe,with about 150hp and 200 nm of torque very good road feedback when driving this car. WILL DEFINITELY RECCOMMEND THIS CAR TO MY FRIENDS AND OTHERS!!!!!!!!
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Beautiful SUV With A light Body & Powehouse Engine
Pardon me for the not so perfect English. What comes to mind, I'll just shoot.. Was shopping around with wife to replace our Kia Forte and looking around for SUV as the next ride. Test drove the QQ, Vezel, Vitara and finally ASX. Without hesitation, we made a booking for ASX on the spot. Why? Simple, good price with guaranteed Cat B COE, smooth and powerful 2-litre engine, handsome and muscular appearance, not the so common QQ or Vezel you see everywhere on the road, nice interior with premium leather seat. All the modern car gadgets you can find on other models are available in ASX. Look closely and you will find some similarity of Mit ASX to Jaguar F-Pace, who copy who? Seeing more of ASX now on the road and it is still a head turner. Glad we settled for the ASX and still enjoying it tremendously..
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