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Our Fleet Test Drive: Mitsubishi ASX - 3rd report

Date: 01 December 2010   |   Author: Rachel Burgess

Heated seats
Category: Lower medium
P11D price: 17,549
Key rival: Nissan Qashqai

As the mornings become darker and colder, it's getting harder and harder to crawl out of bed and into the car.

However, in the sleepiness of this early morning routine, there is something that can help. Heated seats. It's a pleasant surprise that our medium-level ASX, which has a generally average spec, features this handy little extra. But it would be easy to miss: the slightly rickety button is almost hidden to the inner side of your seat and has two settings, though both seem to offer the same temperature. Staying in bed is better, but heated seats certainly make the transition to reality easier.

Mitsubishi ASX 3 1.6 5-dr 5-sp
Claimed combined
Our average
P11D price£17,549
Model price range£14,999-£22,049
CO2 (tax) 135g/km/16%
BIK 20/40% per month£47/£94
Service interval12,500mls
Insurancegroup 13
Warranty3yrs/unlimited mls
Boot space (min/max)442/1992 litres
Engine size/power1590cc/113hp
Top speed/0-62mph113mph/11.4secs
Why we’re running itCan the ASX hold its own in
a competitive sector against
rivals like the Qashqai?
PositiveLeftfield alternative,
NegativeNot as good-looking
as Qashqai