The first engine option is a 999 cc three-cylinder turbo engine that produces 89 hp and is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
Then for the mild hybrid, ASX is equipped with a 1,333 cc turbo direct injection engine that produces 138 hp or 155 hp.
The choice of this engine can be two transmissions, namely a 6-speed manual for the 138 hp version and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic for the 155 hp version.
This hybrid engine is combined with two electric motors with a maximum torque of 250 Nm, a 1.3 kWh battery, and a multi-mode transmission.
Lastly is the plug-in hybrid with the same technology as the hybrid version but with 158 hp, an electric motor with a torque of 205 Nm, and a 10.5 kWh battery.
For the exterior, there are no significant changes compared to the contributors to Renault technology. The radiator grille is designed to be minimally different to match the logo used. On the back there is now a large inscription instead of a diamond logo, as on Renault.
The new Mitsubishi ASX will be available in March 2023. Mitsubishi hasn’t announced pricing yet; The Captur plug-in hybrid is currently available in the UK from Renault, starting at £23,795 in the Techno trim.