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Mitsubishi ASX now available for EMIs as low as OMR 106

The ASX is a popular CUV that features Mitsubishi's Dynamic Shield design.

TAS News Service

Thursday, October 21, 2021

MUSCAT: The stylish and versatile Mitsubishi ASX is now available from General Automotive Company (GAC), the official Mitsubishi distributor of Mitsubishi vehicles in Oman, at affordable EMIs starting from as low as RO 106. This price is not only inclusive of VAT but also includes six years unlimited mileage warranty and roadside assistance. 

Commenting on the ASX, Aftab Ahmed Khan, the Sales head of Mitsubishi Motors Oman said, “A class-leading vehicle, the Mitsubishi ASX offers customers a high-number of standard features, an incredibly fuel-efficient engine, proven all-wheel-drive system, and advanced technologies, all wrapped in a delightfully affordable package with a low EMI.”

The ASX is a popular CUV that features Mitsubishi’s Dynamic Shield design and offers an all-new front bumper, hood, and fenders, which provide a bold and rugged look. The front-end design is accented by the sophisticated LED headlights, which when combined with the redesigned rear bumper fascia and T-shaped rear combination taillights, helps raise the model’s sporty aesthetic and allows the ASX to stand out from the crowd. 

Inside, the ASX receives all-new, high-quality materials, a new second-generation 8.0-inch Smartphone-link Display Audio (SDA) unit, voice recognition controls, and more. Under the hood, the ASX comes standard with a 2.0L MiVEC DOHC four-cylinder making 148 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 145 pound-feet of torque at 4,200rpm. Paired with Mitsubishi’s INVECS-III CVT, the ASX offers an optimal balance of power output, fuel efficiency, and environmental performance, together with enhanced acceleration performance and a smooth-shifting feel.

For more information on the ASX, visit GAC’s Mitsubishi showrooms in Athaibah, Barka, Sohar, Nizwa, and Salalah or follow ‘MitsubishiMotorsOman’ on Facebook or @mitsubishioman on Twitter to learn more.