2017 Mitsubishi Mirage is one of the models that will most likely take a very important place in the market in America but also in each individual. I’ll try to clarify, as close to certain things in order to have a better insight into the characteristics of the vehicle from design to interior and motive power. At first glance, you will remain breathless and this is what one of the most important items.
At last year’s Motor Show in Los Angeles, Mitsubishi introduced a refreshed Mirage announced and what can the audience expect from the troubled Japanese manufacturer in the US market next year.
2017 Mitsubishi Mirage Design
2017 Mitsubishi Mirage is considered one of the cheapest and most efficient cars in North America, if we exclude hybrids and diesels, but the planned annual production of 15,000 copies was sold out quickly in the past two years. For the 2017 year, the Mirage GT gets optional package, but the vice president of Don Swearingen much greater attention to talking about the new G4 model.
He will be nothing more than the sedan version of the Mirage, and the audience will be officially presented, together with the Outlander PHEV at the motor show in New York in the spring. G4 will be to provide identical mechanics as well as the Hatch, and Mitsubishi promises interior large enough to accommodate five adults and three golf bags in the trunk.
On the design side, 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage has borrowed many lines with the newly refreshed 2016 Lancer and now definitely looks more modern. The rear lights are LED and the front part got several new chrome line. GT package adds optional HID headlamps, and are not available to the rest of the offer. Small changes suffered and interior, as well as a new steering wheel and shift knob, and the biggest change is a new audio system of 300 watts.
If G4 is cheaper than heta, he will assume the title of cheapest car in North America. In any case, 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage provides a familiar 1.2L three-cylinder engine, which now develops 78 hp, an increase of four horsepower, and torque is 100 Nm remained identical. Five-speed manual transmission is standard on all versions except the GT while the automatic CVT transmission option with the exception of the aforementioned GT, which is standard.
CVT transmission has received much criticism in the past, so it recommends that customers choose the manual transmission. Mitsubishi promises a consumption of 6.4 liters per 100 kilometers in the city and 5.4 liters on the highway.
2017 Mitsubishi Mirage Release Date and Price
Refreshed 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage is expected to be available in the spring, with a starting price of 13.000 US dollars would have to be changed to a greater extent.