Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia, the official distributor of Mitsubishi vehicles in Malaysia, has just made its ASX models in particular, that much more tempting to own with cash bonuses up to RM 17,000!

The ASX 4WD is priced at RM 134,300.00 while the ASX 2WD is priced at RM 119,100.00. For the 4WD model, Mitsubishi will be offering cash bonuses up to RM 17,000 while the 2WD variant gets up to RM 15,000. Monthly repayments should set you back around RM 2,000 on a 5-year loan and around RM 1,700 on a 7-year loan.

If this isn’t the time to own the Mitsubishi ASX, it’s hard to imagine when. You’re right, while the ASX may have come of age, having been introduced almost 7 years ago to the local market with the arrival of new competitors along the way, its specifications hardly reflect the reality.

The 4WD ASX specifications in particular as still on par with those offered in newer cars today – a panoramic roof, automatic headlamps (although just halogen units) and wipers, keyless entry and push start button, leather seats as standard, paddle shifters, cruise control, an electronically-controlled AWD system, six parking sensors and more importantly seven airbags.

From now until the end of March, customers will also receive cash bonuses up to RM 8,000 for the Triton variants. 

No Model/Variant OTR Price without insurance GST inclusive (RM) in Peninsular Malaysia Cash Bonus (RM) Warranty
1 Triton Athlete 126,990.00 2,000 All Triton variants except Triton Quest: Five years warranty or 200,000km

Triton Quest: Five years warranty or 100,000km

2 Triton VGT Adventure X 126,990.00 8,000
3 Triton VGT AT Premium 116,300.00 8,000
4 Triton VGT AT GL 103,800.00 8,000
5 Triton VGT MT 107,600.00 4,000
6 Triton MT 93,920.00 8,000
7 Triton Quest 77,390.00 8,000

Those who opt for the Outlander SUV will receive cash bonuses up to RM4,000. The Outlander 2.0-litre is priced at RM139,988.00 while the Outlander 2.4-litre is priced at RM155,000.00. All Mitsubishi Outlander and ASX models come with five years warranty/unlimited mileage.

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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.