Mitsubishi ASX purchase advice - technical data

The technical data of the Mitsubishi ASX at a glance. The data refer to the 1.8 diesel with all-wheel drive. Other information is marked.

 MitsubishiASX 1.8 DI-D +
For sale:2010
Engine Type:R4 -
Displacement in ccm³:1.8 Diesel: 1.798, 1.6 Gasoline: 1.590, 2.2 Diesel: 2.268
Max. Performance at min-1:1.8 D = 110 kW / 150 PS - 4.000 rpm
Max. Torque at min-1:1.8 D 300 Nm - 2.000 rpm
Electric motor kW-
Electric motor Nm-
Drive type, standard:front-wheel drive
Drive type, optional:4wd variable - 4wd lock
Transmission type, standard:5 gear petrol engine, 6 gear manual diesel, 6 gear automatic for 2.2 diesel
Transmission type, optional:-
Empty weight:1.8 D 4WD = 1.590 kg
maximum load:1.8 D 4WD = 470 kg
Acceleration 0-100 km / h:1.8 D 4WD = 10.0 Sec
Top speed manufacturer:1.8 D 4WD = 198 km / h
Top speed GPS measurement:-
Fuel consumption on 100 km (combined):1.8 D 4WD = 5,6 l / 100 km diesel
CO2 emission, combined:1.8 D 4WD = 146 g / km
emission standardEU 5
Turning circle: 11.5 m *
Interior noise 130 km / h 70 dB (A) *
Trailer load braked: 1.400 kg
Test consumption: min 5,2 l / 100km *
Test consumption: max 7,5 l / 100km *
Test consumption: cut 6,2 l / 100km *
Fuel tank capacity: 60 liter
Reach: 965 km
Tyres:215 / 60 17 H
Warranty:3 years - 100.000 kilometers
Base Price:€ 50.900 - 3.0 CRD Executive

The petrol engine

With just under 1.6 liter displacement of the small base gasoline engine of the ASX is in my opinion very close to the lower limit for an SUV engine. Mitsubishi has wrested a performance of 1.590 PS and a torque of 117 Nm from the 154 ccm³ small four-cylinder engine. Thanks to variable camshafts (MIVEC) and timing, the small petrol engine has become both responsive and sufficiently efficient.

The diesel

From this model generation Mitsubishi offers two diesel engines in the ASX. However, both engines are each bound to a transmission variant. The 1.8 to the manual six-speed transmission and the 2.2 to the automatic transmission with six gears.

As with the gasoline engine, Mitsubishi also uses a variable inlet camshaft in the diesel engine. While the 1.8 DI-D + was designed as a square (83,0 * 83,1), the 2.2 has become a clear long-stroke (86,0 * 97,6). Both engines are, however, identical in terms of power output. 150 hp are available for both engines. The big diesel delivers 20% more torque and that even earlier. In connection with the automatic transmission, this should guarantee relaxed driving (driving report will follow!) In figures: 360 Nm between 1.500 and 2.750 revolutions are compared to 300 Nm between 2.000 and 3.000 revolutions.

 

 * = ADAC measured value

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