2017 Mitsubishi Mirage Review: Brings Consumers A Fresh Style, Affordability And Value

Jan 18, 2017 12:18 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

Mirage has been in a huge variety of cars from Mitsubishi from hatchbacks, wagons up to sedans. The car's body style has been changing over the years depending on the model and the market.

 Consumers are aware that Mirage is a subcompact five-door vehicle. The company Mitsubishi corporate knows that they are the second to the biggest car seller in the U.S and has been keeping an integral factor to maintain the brand to afloat. 
Mitsubishi has launched a new sedan variant that has the same value in money and tech interior with an addition of a revamped exterior design. The new model is called G4 that stands for global four doors.
Most of their surfaces are made up of hard plastic and which some other people find it as unpleasant to look and touch. On the other side of the car, there is an easy access to its essential controls and its super light to use. Mirage G4's standard features include a 14 inches steel wheels, full power accessories, automatic headlights, four speaker sound system, CD player, auxiliary audio input, USB port, and a tilt steering wheel.
The car model is a 1.2 liter three cylinder engine which produces a 78 horsepower and a torque that measures 74-pound feet. It also has the availability of a manual five-speed transmission or CVT (continuously variable transmission) that works like an automatic. 
During on a press release, Don Swearingen, North America Mitsubishi Motors executive president has released his own insight of the dual Mirage. He described it as a "formidable one-two punch in the subcompact segment."
It is now available and on sale overseas. The multinational automotive company, Mitsubishi, is hoping that customers who were on a budget and looking for an affordable car will be attracted and will choose G4 instead of other cars. Overall, the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is considered as an interesting project.


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