2012 Mitsubishi ASX UK Price

Mitsubishi UK today announced pricing details of the 2012MY ASX crossover for the British market.

The small SUV built on the same platform as the the Outlander, Lancer and Lancer Evolution X, the ASX bridges the gap between Mitsubishi’s conventional passenger cars and its rugged off-roaders. It is a practical, yet efficient and versatile car for small families. Choices of engines include a 1.8 diesel and a 1.6 petrol. The diesel is capable of 54.3 mpg, while the petrol can manage average fuel consumption of 47.9 mpg.

The first allocation of ASX 1.8 DiD 4WD diesel variants are available to the Mitsubishi dealer network from mid-January, followed by the 2WD derivatives at the end of March and the petrol units in Quarter 2 2012.


Pricing for all models in the press release below:

Environmentally Sound

Offered with a choice of petrol or diesel power plants the 12MY 1.8-litre diesel engine benefits from a significant reduction in CO2 emissions, whilst improving fuel economy. This results in a new VED band (from Band F to Band E), thus reducing the annual road tax cost to £115. Although there is no reduction in VED banding on the petrol derivative, there is an increase in braked towing capacity from 1100kg to 1200kg.

With class-leading economy and emissions, in line with Mitsubishi’s environmental aspirations, the 116PS 1.8-litre DiD now achieves 54.3mpg (from 51mpg) and 136g/km (from 150g/km) on the official combined cycle, with the 1.6-litre petrol engine managing 47.1mpg (from 47.9mpg) with CO2 emissions remaining at 139g/km.

Helping the ASX achieve its impressive economy and emissions figures are low rolling resistance tyres, regenerative brakes and intelligent power management to allow the ASX to return its impressive consumption figures. Indeed, every aspect of the ASX has been engineered with its environmental performance in mind, to help create not just an enjoyable, versatile family vehicle, but a responsible one too.

Top Marks for Safety

The ASX isn’t just environmentally aware, it’s a safe choice too. The ASX incorporates Mitsubishi’s RISE safety technology (which dissipates the energy from the impact away from the passenger compartment) as well as ABS anti-lock braking, Active Stability Control, Traction Control, Electronic Brake Distribution, Brake Assist an Emergency Stop Signal System and 7 airbags as standard. The result is a reduced likelihood of an accident, but should a collision be unavoidable the ASX not only provides outstanding levels of occupant protection with a 5 Star Euro NCAP rating but also excellent pedestrian impact protection.

Lance Bradley, Managing Director of Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, said:

“The crossover marketplace has grown rapidly over the last 18 months. The Mitsubishi ASX has helped this growth by offering a stylish, well priced, practical and enjoyable to drive contender in this marketplace.

“With the ASX delivering excellent economy and emissions, versatility, as well as comprehensive standard equipment, and not to mention the reassuring safety features, the ASX has everything the crossover buyer is after.”

Aftersales and Servicing

The ASX comes with three years unlimited mileage warranty, 12 year anti-corrosion perforation warranty, 3 year pan-European roadside, home and accident assistance. Servicing on the 1.6 ASX is 12,500 miles or 12 months, whichever occurs first and the servicing on the ASX 1.8. DI-D on the 2WD and 4WD is 9,000 miles or 12 months, whichever occurs first. The Mitsubishi Service Plan (MSP) is also available for the additional cost of £450 on the petrol variant and £650 on the diesel variant.

Vehicle Pricing

ASX2 1.6 Petrol £16,499.00
ASX3 1.6 Petrol £18,359.00
ASX4 1.6 Petrol £20,505.00
ASX3 1.8 Diesel £20,599.00
ASX4 Black 1.6 Petrol £21,505.00
ASX3 1.8 Diesel 4WD £22,749.00
ASX4 1.8 Diesel £22,745.00
ASX4 Black 1.8 Diesel £23,745.00
ASX4 1.8 Diesel 4WD £24,895.00
ASX4 Black 1.8 Diesel 4WD £25,895.00

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