Interior & CargoInterior & Cargo  - 2013 Mitsubishi ASX Review - Reviews - Mitsubishi ASX

Despite being 4 inches shorter overall than the Tucson and a surprising 14 inches shorter than the Rogue, the Outlander Sport's passenger volume is plentiful: 98 cubic feet versus 102 and 98 cubic feet, respectively.

The cabin materials are acceptable for the car's sub-$20,000 starting price, and while the front and rear seats are a bit stiff, they're comfortable on short trips. Over a long commute, my back definitely felt sore.

Shoppers often select a crossover for cargo utility, and that's where the Outlander Sport's size hurts it most. At 21.7 cubic feet behind the backseat, it falls far behind the Tucson and Rogue, at 25.7 and 28.9 cubic feet, respectively. These two also beat the Sport's maximum cargo volume of 49.5 cubic feet with the backseat folded, providing 55.8 and 57.9 cubic feet, respectively.

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    Cargo room lamp
    When replacing the bulb, put the cargo room lamp switch into the “OFF” position. 1. Insert a straight blade (or minus) screwdriver with a cloth over its tip into the notch of the lamp assembly ...

    To listen to a CD
    1- PWR (On-off switch) 2- U/M/L button 3- CD (CD mode changeover) button 4- Disc loading slot 5- CD eject button 6- DISC (Disc selection) button* 7- (Track down) button 8- (Track up) button 9- S ...

    Wheel covers
    To removeWrap the tip of the jack bar with a cloth, insert it deeply into the notch provided in the wheel cover, and pry the cover away from the wheel. Using the same procedure at the other wheel ...