Whereas the 2023 Mitsubishi ASX goes on sale in Europe primarily as a rebadged Renault Captur, with which it shares the CMF-B platform, the Australian market will retain the present era of the crossover that precedes the just-launched mannequin, in response to Automotive Skilled.
Mitsubishi Australia plans to introduce a 2023 mannequin 12 months replace for the ASX, the publication wrote, and official data on the ASX for the Australian market might be offered later, it added. The present ASX is on its third facelift because it was first revealed in 2009, earlier than Mitsubishi confirmed its plans to acquire and rebrand two fashions for the European market.
Regardless of its age, the present ASX continues to be a powerful vendor in Australia, the place the crossover at the moment holds a ten% market share within the year-to-date in response to Australian VFACTS gross sales knowledge for the month of August, in response to Automotive Skilled.
In Australia, this sees the ASX rank fourth in gross sales for its class in August 2022, with 7,797 items bought, after the MG ZS with 13,072 items, Mazda CX-30 with 11,036 items and the Hyundai Kona with 8,335 items.
As for the 2023 ASX for Europe that made its debut this week, this goes on sale in chosen European markets from March 2023 with 4 powertrain choices; two 1.6 litre hybrids together with a PHEV, a 1.3 litre turbocharged mild-hybrid and a 1.0 litre three-cylinder turbo petrol base mannequin.
GALLERY: 2020 Mitsubishi ASX
GALLERY: 2023 Mitsubishi ASX for Europe, CMF-B platform