2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX – younger brother 2018-2019 Mitsubishi Outlander

2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX – younger brother 2018-2019 Mitsubishi Outlander

2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX – is a five-seat compact SUV with good external data, which at the same wheelbase, but in some markets and the same title (Outlander Sport), the Outlander with a large, has its own, individual form, size and behavior on the road. The model with a 2.0-liter engine combined with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) allows 2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX at less cost than competitors to achieve impressive performance.

The interior of the crossover is made simple enough, except for the touch screen, which allows you to control the audio system and navigation system, which is supplemented with a reversing camera. In addition, the 2-liter 2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX set:

  • A panoramic glass roof with LED lighting,
  • Premium audio system Rockford-Fosgate 710-watt capacity,
  • Sirius Satellite Radio,
  • Nine high-quality speakers,
  • 10-inch subwoofer in the trunk,
  • CD-drive for up to 6 CDs.

You can also take advantage of the opportunity offered by the automaker IPod connection. Device Management is available as a touch screen 2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX, and a multifunction steering wheel, power which is powered by electricity, eliminating harmful burden on inline power unit.

Under the hood is the most powerful ASX crossover from 2018-2019 Mitsubishi – 2,0-liter engine, and power, and the head is made of lightweight aluminum alloy. The engine develops 148 horsepower at 6000 rev / min and a maximum torque of 200 Nm slightly less than that available in a wide range, from 2200 to 6500 rpm, slightly less red zone tachometer.

2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX with four-wheel drive fuel consumption of 9.8 per 100 kilometers in the city and 8.1 liters on the highway. Performance version with two-wheel drive a little better and make 9.4 liters per hundred in the city and 7.6 liters on the open spaces of a country road.

For comparison, the ratio of weight, power and fuel consumption of more expensive models competing:

  • Honda CR-V: 240 kg heavier, more powerful 32 hp, consumption of 11.2 / 8.7 L / 100 km;
  • Hyundai Tucson: 103 kg heavier, more powerful 28 hp, consumption of 11.2 / 8.4 L / 100 km;
  • Kia Sportage: 92 kg heavier, more powerful 28 hp, consumption of 11.2 / 8.4 L / 100 km.

A good indicator of fuel efficiency helps not only reduced weight, but also the use of the CVT continuously variable transmission, which is controlled by paddles on the steering wheel with simulated gear. According to testers, continuously variable transmission in conjunction with the 4-cylinder engine without simulate gear changes will make the trip to the 2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX is quite boring.

Further, CVT is configured so that when a measured motion simulation switching occurs based on the most economical graphics, but should the driver change of driving style for sports, transmission is shifted to a more aggressive mode with six short-speed, which improves the response managed hydraulic pulley continuously variable transmission.

For the initial version of the line – 2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX is provided as standard 5-speed manual transmission. The updated version of the gearbox is made with revised gear ratios, which were selected based on an optimal balance between fuel economy and performance.

In addition to the CVT transmission, in the version of the 2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX with the two-liter engine is available electronically controlled 4WD system is all-wheel drive, which is to reduce the harmful loss of working on low-viscosity grease. The distribution of torque between the wheels is improved for all road conditions, in addition to ensuring the stability and confident handling helps to save fuel.

For the base model 2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX standard provides 16-inch wheels. On a manned version of the automaker offers 18-inch alloy wheels with ten spokes which provide excellent grip using Goodyear Eagle tires in size 225/55 R / 18.

Picture 2018-2019 Mitsubishi ASX

Photo 2018-2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport