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The long-awaited 2013 Mitsubishi ASX is finally here, and fans of Japanese driving innovation won’t be disappointed. From the rugged utility vehicles of the past, Mitsubishi seems to have morphed into one of the most luxurious large car brands of the decade, with the elegance and style that before.Mitsubishi models they were definitely missing.
The amenities and entertainment features are particularly noteworthy and definitely a selling point for drivers looking to add a new dimension to their driving.
- Panoramic Glass Roof
We’ve seen this sort of thing before on other makes and models, but the panoramic roof on the Mitsubishi ASX is truly impressive. Retracting the sizable sunshade reveals a simply gigantic glass roof that extends from the front seats to the rear, and in a car of this size, the view is spectacular for those who like to take their SUV outdoors. .
- Indoor and outdoor LED lighting
We’ve all seen those stretched limousines with gaudy lights that stretch across the headliner. This may have been de rigueur in the ’70s and’ 80s, when sparkles and trash were the name of the game, but Mitsubishi’s offering is much more subtle and subdued: a thin strip of recessed lighting elegantly hidden on each side of the cabin. Various LED lights also add a touch of class to the exterior, underlining the headlamps, at the foot of the considerable trunk space at the rear, and small strips along the side panels on either side of the hood.
- Audiovisual functions
A high-end 9-speaker Rockford Fosgate sound system ensures that music fans will be completely satisfied with both the sound quality and the power of the volume. The speakers are superbly installed in the door panels, not only preventing any hum due to the powerful bass thump, but also allowing the shape of the panels to act as sound-enhancing speaker cabinets. The ASX even has a feature that automatically adjusts sound levels as you travel for a listening experience that’s as smooth as driving.
The 2013 Mitsubishi ASX is definitely worth looking for for potential buyers who love the quality and performance that Mitsubishi has become famous for in recent years, as well as those who want to add a touch of class and that touch of luxury. added to your SUV experience.