Our Fleet Test Drive: Mitsubishi ASX - 5th report
08 February 2011
Author: Rachel Burgess
Bottle in boot
|Category:|| Lower medium|
|P11D price:|| £17,549|
|Key rival:|| Nissan Qashqai|
It's often the little things that matter in life; the same applies with car design.
In this case, the people at Mitsubishi have thought about the needs of its customers and created two cubby holes on each side of the roomy boot to hold objects that would otherwise move around, causing unwanted noise and/or damage. These areas will hold anything from water bottles to a welly to a small shopping bag, giving a cosy spot that is also hidden away from the view of those occasional opportunist thieves.
|Mitsubishi ASX 3 1.6 5-dr 5-sp|
|Claimed combined |
|Our average |
|Model price range||£14,999-£22,049|
|CO2 (tax) ||135g/km/16%|
|BIK 20/40% per month||£47/£94|
|Boot space (min/max)||442/1992 litres|
|Why we’re running it||Can the ASX hold its own in |
a competitive sector against
rivals like the Qashqai?
|Positive||Attention to detail |
e.g. wire cut-out
|Negative||Slightly shoddy |