2017 Mitsubishi Mirage Review: What Makes It Worth Buying

Despite not being very powerful and has a mundane appearance, the Mitsubishi Mirage Hatchback 2017 is still one of the best compact cars in the market. But what exactly makes it worth buying? Here are the specs, features, price and other details about the Mitsubishi Mirage Hatchback 2017.

Mirage Powertrain

The Mitsubishi Mirage 2017 has a 1.2-liter naturally aspirated three-cylinder engine that delivers only 78 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque. This is paired with a five-speed manual and an optional Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) that delivers the power through a front wheel drive (FWD) configuration as reported. While it does not have a very impressive power, it has a good fuel efficiency rating. The Mitsubishi Mirage 2017 is capable of 33/41/36 and 37/43/39 miles per gallon in the city, on the highway and combined for the manual gearbox and CVT respectively.

Mirage Features

The Mitsubishi Mirage 2017 also has its fair share of features in terms of technology and safety. It was reported that some of the most notable features in the Mitsubishi Mirage 2017 is its capability of supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Standard features include AM and FM radio, USB/iPod and CD player for entertainment. In the safety aspect, it features an antilock brakes system (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD) along with brake assist, traction control and Active Stability Control (ASC). Other features include hill start assist and tire pressure monitoring system as reported.

Trims And Prices

Reports state that the Mitsubishi Mirage 2017 is available in three trims from the base ES, SE and GT. It has a price tag of $13,830 for the base trim. The second trim starts at $15,630 while the top trim is priced at $17,330.

Why It Is Worth It

Despite not being a very powerful car, it has a very good fuel economy rating. In addition, it also has a decent amount of features in technology and safety. Above all, its price tag does not weigh too heavy in the pocket. Therefore, the Mitsubishi Mirage 2017 is a car worth buying for those that need a car for daily necessities.

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