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10-year old crossover is back for another round

The current-generation Mitsubishi ASX keeps on chugging along. First introduced in 2010, Mitsubishi’s never-say-die crossover is back for another go at a segment that, on the surface, has passed it by a long time ago. But give credit to Mitsubishi. As dated as the ASX is — it received a facelift in 2015 — Mitsubishi believes that it can still print money, and as long as that’s the case, who are we to argue? And so, the 2020 ASX has arrived with another extensive facelift that, at the very least, gives the crossover a fighting chance at staying relevant in a market that has become increasingly competitive in recent years. It’s not just about staying relevant, though. Mitsubishi needs the 2020 ASX to hold the fort until the automaker launches its wave of new models under the Nissan-Renault banner. Can the 10-year old ASX do it? It better.

 

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Mitsubishi ASX

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10-year old crossover is back for another round
2016 Geneva International Motor Show – Worst In Show

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2016 Mitsubishi ASX Geoseek Concept

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Mitsubishi Boss Confirms EVO Name Could Return on the ASX

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Next Mitsubishi EVO Getting Electrified, Based on Upcoming Outlander Sport

2011 Mitsubishi ASX Black

2011 Mitsubishi ASX Black

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2011 Mitsubishi ASX Compact Crossover

2011 Mitsubishi ASX Compact Crossover