Honda HR-V Vs Mitsubishi ASX Comparison

Honda HR-V
Honda HR-V
VS

Mitsubishi ASX
Mitsubishi ASX

This is Honda HR-V Vs Mitsubishi ASX comparison for 2022. It’s a comparison of two former competitors based on price and size. However HR-V has now moved up the price and size ladder although not that much more of a size difference. We think these two are still competitors despite the price different as arguably a top range ASX buyer will probably would have considered the entry level HRV at some point in their purchasing decision.

Honda HR-V Vs Mitsubishi ASX exterior comparison: As we’ve said before the ASX looks great for such an old basic design. If Mitsubishi can keep the price down it would continue to do well. The new HRV on the other hand has a conservative design hence ordinary and it will age quite quickly. The HRV does have some sort of style to it but you wouldn’t rate it significantly above the ASX that’s for sure.

Honda HR-V Vs Mitsubishi ASX interior comparison: The HRV looks and feels pretty good. It does have a retro and ZEN vibes which we appreciate. We like that there are still analogue dials and a display screen in the dash. It’s just classier than the clone digital screen design used by other manufacturers. That said the all screens computer style instruments are impressive but they all look the same. If you get one with the dead pixels becomes especially annoying.  In comparison the ASX is clearly an older design to look at and touch. The mid to top end models really need better materials to justify the price tag.

Honda HR-V Vs Mitsubishi ASX drive report : N/A

The conclusion and winner of the Honda HR-V Vs Mitsubishi ASX comparison is the ASX. If you are on a budget the ASX is the best small and affordable SUV to buy – although it is far from ‘perfect’. If it wasn’t as affordable it would not win the comparison. The factor we considered was weather the HRV was generally worth at east $12000 more than the ASX and the answer is no.

2023 Honda HR-V Mitsubishi ASX
Engines
4 Cylinder – Petrol
1.5 Litre (1498cc)
DOHC VVT EFI
Claimed 89Kw @ 6600RPM
Claimed 145Nm @ 4300RPM
4 Cylinder petrol (91 Octane)
2.0 Litre (1998cc)
DOHC VVT EFI
Claimed 110Kw @ 6000RPM
Claimed 197Nm @ 4200RPM
4 Cylinder – Petrol – Hybrid
1.5 Litre (1498cc)
DOHC VVT EFI Turbo
Claimed 96Kw @ 4000RPM
Claimed 253Nm @ 0 RPM
4 Cylinder petrol (91 Octane)
2.4 Litre (2360cc)
DOHC VVT EFI
Claimed 123Kw @ 6000RPM
Claimed 222Nm @ 4100RPM
Weight
Kerb weight FROM 1267Kg
Towing capacity – None
Kerb weight 1390 Kg
Towing capacity up to 1400kg
Fuel capacity & consumption
Up to 45 litres
IL4 1.5 Petrol 4.3 litres per 100km
IL4 1.5 Petrol Hybrid 5.8 litres per 100km
Up to 63 litres
IL4 2.0 Petrol 6.7 litres per 100km
IL4 2.4 Petrol 7.9 litres per 100km
Other specifications
CVT Auto
Overall height/width 1590/1790
Overall length/wheelbase 4335/2610
4WD system: None
ANCAP Safety: x/x
5 speed manual or 6 speed CVT Auto
Overall height/width 1640/1810
Overall length/Wheelbase 4365/2670
4WD system: FWD
ANCAP Safety: 5/5
Capability
Angle of: (degrees)
Approach xx Departure xx Breakover xx
Ground clearance (unloaded) 195 mm
Water Fording depth xxmm Max
Angle of: (degrees)
Approach xx Departure xx Breakover xx
Ground clearance (unloaded) 219mm
Water Fording depth xxmm Max
Performance
Pricing
2023 $36,990 – 45,000 AUD
2021 $26,990 – 41,000 AUD
2020 $24,990 – 34,590 AUD
2017 $24,990 – 33,340 AUD
2020 $23,990 – 33,240 AUD
2018 $25,000 – 37,000 AUD
2017 $25,000 – 37,000 AUD
2015 $24,990 – 35,490 AUD
2013 $24,990 – 36,490 AUD
*Specs change due to model grade and configuration. Always check with the dealer for up to date pricing, specifications, on-road costs, accessories and specials etc.. everything as usual is subject to change!