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Mitsubishi has taken the wraps off the Mirage G4 sedan at the 2016 Toronto Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi is calling back about 25,185 Mirage subcompacts to fix an issue with the airbags. Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi has confirmed that the Mirage sedan will be sold in the U.S. Continue Reading...
Don’t count Mitsubishi out just yet. Continue Reading...
There are good cars, bad cars and embarrassing cars. Today we’ll take a look at the latter list, cars that were bad, underwhelming, uninspired and downright humiliating to be seen in. Continue Reading...
The Mitsubishi Mirage might be the last vehicle you think of when it comes to race cars. Continue Reading...
Don’t count Mitsubishi out just yet as the brand still has some plans for the U.S. market, including a new corporate face to be used across its entire lineup. Continue Reading...
The Mitsubishi Mirage is currently only available as a hatchback, but all signs point towards a sedan version coming to the United States. Continue Reading...
If you want to survive the Zombie Apocalypse, avoid the Mitsubishi Mirage. That, at least, is the opinion of AutoGuide writer Craig Cole, but one Mitsubishi dealership decided to fight fire with fire. Continue Reading...
Ok, so the worst just happened, like something totally NOT GOOD. Perhaps a natural disaster has devastated your country; maybe a virulent disease or food-borne illness is spreading throughout the population; conceivably even the hand of God has reached down from on high and caused an outright nuclear meltdown. Whatever the reason, things are seriously… Continue Reading...
Would you believe that you could get a vehicle with a 50-mpg combined rating for under $25,000? Continue Reading...
Ever heard of a non-electrified vehicle getting 74.1 mpg? Continue Reading...
Official pricing on the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage has been announced, with the base DE model starting from $13,720 including a $725 destination fee. Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi is bringing a new subcompact known as the Mirage to the US market, and it will come with a base MSRP of $12,995. Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi is getting ready to launch its new 2014 Mirage subcompact and is looking to the general public to help name its paint shades. Continue Reading...
Winter’s icy stranglehold on the northern hemisphere has finally been broken. After months of gray skies and freezing weather spring is finally in the air. Automakers are responding to the warmth and sun by emerging from product hibernation. Companies located in places ranging from South Korea to the United Kingdom have unveiled a bumper-crop of… Continue Reading...
It might not look like much, and might even be Mitsubishi’s last ditch attempt to hang on to the North American marketplace, but the all-new Mirage 5-door subcompact does have one thing going for it: 40 mpg combined! Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi chose the Montreal Auto Show to debut its new small car, which still doesn’t have a name in North America but is called the Mirage in other markets. Continue Reading...
The new Mitsubishi Mirage will finally be launching in America in September 2013, and will be equipped with a 1.2-liter, three-cylinder powerplant. Continue Reading...
Think the new Mitsubishi Mirage is too small for the American market? The Japanese automaker is contemplating that question right now, mulling over whether or not to bring its sub-compact hatchback stateside. Continue Reading...
We might have something to look forward to if Mitsubishi could do for its Mirage model, what it did for its Lancer model with an Evo variant. Continue Reading...
The new Mitsubishi Mirage has already been introduced in Asian markets, and though it has not been confirmed for release in the U.S., this new Mirage will replace the Mitsubishi Colt which currently sells in worldwide markets. Continue Reading...
That said, given that low price is still a huge factor when it comes to purchasing small, entry-level cars in this country, plus the fact that cars in the Mirage’s category are a relatively new phenomena, there’s still a great deal of uncertainty about how such vehicles will fare in the long run. Continue Reading...