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Mitsubishi Motors UK
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Mitsubishi ASX LED Headlights

LED Headlights

No matter the time of day the road ahead will stay crystal clear with the incredible LED headlights illuminating the sides of the road like never before.


ASX 4WD System

ASX AWC System

AWC 4WD System

The ASX’s AWC (All Wheel Control) technology oversees the operation of the electronically-controlled on-demand 4WD, ABS and M-ASTC systems, providing an integrated approach to handling, traction and stability. A key component in the drivetrain is the electronic control coupling, which allows varying amounts of torque to be directed to the rear wheels depending on driving conditions and traction needs.

ASX 4WD Button

4wd at a touch of a button

A push button selector allows a selection of three drivetrain mode settings:

  • 2WD - only the front wheels are driven for best fuel economy on dry paved roads
  • 4WD - automatically shifts up to 30% of the torque to the rear wheels for better traction on slippery surfaces
  • LOCK - torque shift to the rear wheels is increased to 50% on demand, to gain maximum traction in extreme weather conditions or in difficult terrain

Hill Start Assist (HSA)

When stopped on a slope, HSA (Hill Start Assist) automatically holds the brakes for about 2 seconds after the driver releases the brake pedal and applies the accelerator, to prevent the vehicle from rolling backwards.


ASX Braking

ASX Driving up hill

ABS with EBD

Lateral slippage can easily occur if the rear wheels lock up due to braking hard on slippery surfaces or braking hard when at high speeds. ABS suppresses this by controlling the brakes' hydraulic pressure. EBD adjusts the rear wheels’ braking force to the number of occupants and load to deliver braking force that is ideally matched to almost any situation.

ASX brake light

ESS (Emergency Stop Signal System)

ESS (Emergency Stop signal System) reduces the possibility of rear end collisions during sudden braking by the rapid and automatic blinking of the hazard warning lamps to alert vehicles approaching from behind.

ASX brake peddle

Brake Override System

In the event of the brake and accelerator pedals being pressed at the same time, the engine ECU prevents unintended acceleration by giving priority to the braking operation.

ASX Airbags


To keep occupants in every seat safe in the event of a collision, ASX is available with a 7-airbag system to provide protection from all sides. Curtain airbags extending along both sides protect front and 2nd-row occupants in a side collision, while the 1st-row occupants are additionally protected by front and side airbags. For further safety, a driver's knee airbag helps to protect the legs in a forward collision.



Active Stability Control

If sensors located throughout the car detect unstable movement, such as lateral slippage, the Stability Control function automatically controls the brakes and engine output to stabilise the car.

Traction Control

If the sensors detect wheel slip when starting on slick surfaces, such as a snow-covered road, the Traction Control function automatically brakes the slipping wheel and governs engine output to enable a smoother start.

Next steps

Discover more with the ASX

Styled to Excite

Styled to Excite

Turn heads with the sharp, dynamic lines of the 2020 ASX. From the front grille to the brake lights the ASX is built to impress.

Inside the ASX

Inside the ASX

Climb inside the refined and spacious cabin of the ASX and discover your new favourite space.

Find your Adventure

Find your Adventure

Escape from the every day commute with the sublime driving ability of the ASX. Discover just how capable the ASX is.

SUV Capabilty
At your fingertips

At your fingertips

All the information and entertainment you need is at your fingertips, with Satnav, digital radio and Bluetooth connectivity.