After a bit of a hiatus, the Mitsubishi Mirage is back with a host of upgrades to make it that much more competitive in the marketplace. A great fuel economy complements an affordable price--and an amazing warranty just seals the deal. Read on to discover why the new Mirage is such a great pick with such great value.
The new Mirage has been fully redesigned, both in and out. The more muscular and modern design is apparent right away, and there are a plethora of tech features right at your fingertips, like Android and Apple functionality. Beautiful materials are abound in the interior, and you're also getting more horsepower under the hood. Let's take a closer look at the new Mitsubishi Mirage:
This year's Mirage receives a 1.2-litre engine offering 78 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque--plenty for city life in Surrey, and allowing for an outstanding fuel economy of 6.4 City and 5.5 Hwy L/100km. You'd almost think the Mirage were a hybrid vehicle, but it isn't. It just competes with them and makes you wonder why you wouldn't go with the Mirage instead!
You're looking at a lot of standard safety features here, offering you and your family/friends all-around protection. You're getting four-wheel antilock brakes, front-seat side airbags, side curtain airbags, a driver knee airbag, and traction and stability control. A rearview camera is optional, and so are front and rear parking sensors for added security. Options are good, and the Mirage has plenty of them.
Intuitively placed controls put everything at your fingertips, and you'll be able to connect your smartphone with ease. The interior is quite nice to look around in, with quality materials everywhere. There's a ton of room for family and friends, and you'll still get 17.2 cubic feet of space for everything else you'll need for the journey. Or if you're just like to take the spouse for a drive, you'll have an impressive 47 cubic feet of cargo space with the back seats folded down!
How does the Mirage compare to its competitors? Let's put it up against the best the segment has to offer: the Toyota Yaris, Nissan Versa Note, and Hyundai Accent. The Mirage has an MSRP of only $12,698, compared to $15,395; $14,498; and $13,899 for the Yaris, Note, and Accent, respectively. That's pretty significant in savings right there. As for fuel economy--another big reason to buy one of these vehicles--the Mirage again dominates with 6.4 City and 5.5 Hwy L/100km. And to seal the deal, let's talk warranty: the Mirage offers a 10-year/160,000 km Powertrain Limited Warranty, a 5-year/100,000 km New Vehicle Limited Warranty, and 5-years/Unlimited kms of Roadside Assistance. The competition can't even touch this. Take a look at our New Vehicles Inventory and come test drive the new Mirage for yourself!