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The Most Common Mitsubishi RVR/ASX Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Mitsubishi RVR/ASX. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the RVR/ASX

SUVs are becoming increasingly popular, and pretty much every company has its own version. The Mitsubishi ASX is a family SUV, and its biggest rivals are the SEAT Ateca and Peugeot 3008. Since its release in 2010, the ASX has attempted to offer better performance and practicality than its rivals. It has however, failed in virtually every department. Despite a facelift in 2015, the car features poor performance, a cheap interior and a terrible ride. So, if you’re looking for a practical and reliable SUV, you shouldn’t even consider the ASX, as it will only let you down.

The beginning of the problems with the ASX starts with the engine. Standard models come equipped with a small 1.2-liter petrol engine, producing 148 horsepower. The model is actually more than capable of performing most everyday tasks. However, the engine simply cannot compare to rivals, which shows the ASX to be very poor value for money. The engine is at least economical, so you won’t have to worry about the fuel warning light popping up every five minutes.

Mitsubishi has also done a frankly terrible job with the suspension and steering. For some reason, the company opted for hard suspension. This means that you’ll feel every single bump on the road, resulting in a very uncomfortable ride overall. The steering also feels disconnected, and makes the ASX a pain, rather than a pleasure, to drive.

The only decent part about the ASX’s interior is the infotainment system. Standard models will come with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment centre. This is nice and responsive and will allow you to connect your phone very easily.

Besides this, the ASX’s interior is simply atrocious. The cabin is made of low-quality plastics, which make the cabin feel very flimsy and contribute to an overall ugly and unsatisfying design.