Mitsubishi ASX Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
3.8 / 5
Compact SUV is rugged, spacious and well-equipped.
7 / 10
The interior space is one of the most striking elements of the ASX and the excellent driving position and strong equipment levels impress, too. The driving experience is less rewarding than some, but still notably assured for a taller vehicle.
3.5 / 5
It's the ASX’s engineering breakthroughs that really deserve acclaim.
3.5 / 5
The Mitsubishi ASX is easier to drive than a traditional 4x4 and more economical, but still offers the higher seating position and rugged feel many customers love. But, even after a facelift, the ASX feels slightly more dated than its top rivals the Qashqai and Yeti.
3 / 5
The Mitsubishi ASX is keenly priced and well equipped, but not as efficient or as good to drive as the best in the class.
2.3 / 5
The Mitsubishi ASX is a practical and well priced small SUV, but it lacks the frills of models like the Nissan Qashqai and Kia Sportage.
2 / 5
The Mitsubishi ASX is a decent value crossover, but lags behind the class leaders for efficiency, performance and quality.
2 / 5
A reliable and practical car from a well-regarded Japanese manufacturer, but a rattly passenger experience makes this model feel a little long in the tooth. Hard to recommend over more refined – and popular – mainstream rivals.