Japanese conglomerate Mitsubishi's car manufacturing history dates on and off back to 1917, but it really got into gear in the 1950s Read More
Familiarity certainly bred success in the case of the Mitsubishi ASX, as it has been one of Australia's top-selling small SUVs for years, competing against the likes of the Hyundai Kona, Mazda CX-3, Toyota C-HR and MG ZS.
One key reason for that success is car rental fleets. Go to any major Australian airport carpark and you will see acres of ASXs waiting to be driven away.
However, the Mitsubishi ASX is by no means a memorable drive. It’s trump-cards are decent space and acceptable manners. So whether it’s temporary holiday transport or a full-time family hauler it does the job.