The Mitsubishi Express was introduced in Australia in June 2020 and New Zealand in October 2020. This ANCAP safety rating applies to all variants.
Dual frontal and side head-protecting (curtain) airbags are standard. A side chest-protecting airbag is also standard for the driver only. The Mitsubishi Express has three (3) front-row seating positions. Chest protection is not provided for the front row passengers. A centre airbag to prevent occupant-to-occupant interaction is also not available, nor is a frontal airbag for the centre passenger seating position.
The Mitsubishi Express is fitted with a manual speed limiter and seatbelt reminder (driver only), however important active safety systems including autonomous emergency braking (AEB) capable of detecting and preventing collisions with other vehicles, pedestrians or cyclists is not available. An active lane support system (LSS) is also not available on any variant.
A full list of safety features and technologies can be viewed within the Technical Report (see download link).
NOTE: The Mitsubishi Express is a cargo-carrying van not designed to carry rear passengers. Child Occupant Protection (COP) has therefore not been assessed and COP has not been considered in calculating the overall star rating.