Mitsubishi ASX

Mitsubishi have given the 2013 ASX a facelift, hoping that their biggest success in Australia will continue to sell well with a fresh “engineer-driven” look. It is currently the fourth best selling small SUV in Australia, a standing which Mitsubishi will hope to see improve when the fresh-faced model comes to showrooms this month. If you are looking to lease a car, the brand new ASX will be able to take out onto the road very soon.

Its main rivals, the Subaru XV, Nissan Dualis and the Hyundai ix35, have crept ahead as Australia’s favourites. But the new and improved ASX is going to give them a run for their money. The car retains the same powertrain options as its predecessor but with a tidier front fascia. A modern look to the car could boost its sales, bringing its standard up to the level of the slightly better looking Nissan Dualis.

The compact and versatile vehicle is branded as a “city-sized SUV”, and the updated bodywork on the 2013 version is seeking to bring it to a more modern, urban market. With better fuel efficiency than some smaller cars, it comes as no surprise that more and more of these small SUVs can be seen on the city streets, especially when it released in a more up-to-date guise.

You could buy a brand new ASX using pre-tax dollars. To find out how to salary sacrifice in Albany or to ask about novated leasing in Perth, give Fleet Network a call on 08 6555 3854 or visit their website.