Australians interested in buying a Mitsubishi ASX will need to wait up to two months to take delivery of the popular small SUV
Popularity for the Mitsubishi ASX small SUV is not slowing down despite the age of the model, with a spokesperson from Mitsubishi Australia telling Chasing Cars that there is a two month wait on a brand new ASX if you happen to walk into a dealership today with the intention to buy.
The brand said there was “minimal available stock in the dealer network” so it therefore encouraged customers to contact their local Mitsubishi dealership to understand further information.
The Mitsubishi ASX performed strongly in the SUV sales charts in 2021, with 14,764 examples of the small SUV selling to Australian buyers, beating its 2020 figures of 14,056 cars sold.
The Mitsubishi ASX comes in ES, LS, MR, XLS and Exceed trim variants, most of which are powered by a 2.0-litre petrol engine producing 110kW of power and 197Nm of torque. GSR and Exceed models gain a larger 2.4-litre petrol four-cylinder engine which makes 123kW of power and 222Nm of torque.
Prices start at $24,490 before on road costs for the ASX ES manual, with the most expensive variant being the Exceed CVT which costs $33,990 plus on road costs.
Standard features on the ASX range include a smartphone link 8.0-inch touchscreen, colour digital instrument display, bluetooth phone connectivity, rear view camera, 18-inch alloy wheels, four speaker sound system, two USB inputs, DAB radio, keyless entry and single zone climate control.
Standard safety features include a forward collision mitigation system with pedestrian detection, emergency stop signal, emergency brake assist, hill start assist and standard cruise control.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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