2017 Mitsubishi Mirage
Getting a new car can be exciting, but that doesn’t mean it’s not scary either. Thankfully, you don’t have to be scared when leasing a car from Mitsubishi. Mitsubishis are some of the most affordable cars to lease.
Growella is a website that gives advice on money, and part of that is giving advice on great cars. In a study by Growella, they named Mitsubishi to the “Cheapest Cars to Lease” list. This title is important because you shouldn’t have to break the bank to lease a great car.
The Mitsubishi Mirage is at the top of the list, with low depreciation, low insurance rate, and only $79 as the average amount of money spent on gas each month. Including all of this and the average monthly payment, Growella estimated that the Mirage comes in at only $219 per month.
Not only is it affordable, but the Mirage also has great quality. Its estimated mileage is 39 combined mpg, making it the most affordable efficient non-hybrid car in the country. Plus, the Mirage has plenty of technology, like smartphone compatibility and a premium audio system.
Want a great car but an affordable monthly payment? You can have it all with the Mirage! Come check it out today at Bell Mitsubishi.
The all-new 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 takes the fuel-efficient subcompact hatchback and adds a lot of excitement. The G4 comes in four-door sedan form and is packed with excellent high-tech features that will make you feel like you’re driving something a lot more expensive.
Mitsubishi is now offering a unique interactive experience that will let people “test drive” the Mirage G4 without even leaving home. Through the Mitsubishi Night Drive campaign, people can use their laptop and smartphone simultaneously to drive through a unique course to test some of the G4’s features.
At the end of the test, the driver is given a score in the form of a Personality Type, such as Mirage Master, Wallet Watcher, or Learner’s Permit. The driver can use the interactive film to test the rearview camera, turning radius, fuel efficiency, Hill Start Assist, and more.
“The Mirage G4 offers consumers a package that is unmatched in the industry—with up to 42 highway MPG, best-in-class legroom, and of course our 10-year, 100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty—all starting under $14,000,” said Francine Harsini, senior director, Marketing, MMNA. “Our Night Drive campaign is a fitting way to launch this vehicle with the opportunity for our target audience to engage with the car through their smartphones.”
While a virtual test drive is pretty cool, nothing can beat the real thing. Now that you’ve got a taste of what the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 has to offer, take it out for a real test drive today at Bell Mitsubishi.
The Mitsubishi Mirage is a breakthrough in the industry, largely because this high-quality vehicle comes at such an affordable price. In fact, the Mirage is the most affordable new car on the market. Mitsubishi heard the complaints of the general public, especially demands for reasonably priced cars. The Mirage offers drivers a compact, city-friendly design that doesn’t skimp on features or comfort—all for a low cost.
In addition to the new Mirage, there is also a Mirage G4, leaving many car shoppers scratching their heads. What exactly is the difference between the Mirage vs. Mirage G4? According to Car and Driver, G4 stands for “Global 4-Door,” a design that’s intended to be the ideal model for the middle and working class. No pretentious frills. No over-the-top designs. You get quality materials, sharp styling, high-tech features, and a fuel-sipping powertrain.
The standard Mirage is a compact five-door hatchback, with 17.2 cu ft of cargo space and a European-inspired design. The Mirage G4 comes with a sedan body style. That means you get a separate trunk. Though most people think sedans offer more room than hatches, which is a common misconception, the sedan G4 actually has 12.3 cu ft of cargo room. Nonetheless, most Americans prefer this look and style.
Put simply, the Mirage is a hatchback while the Mirage G4 is a sedan. Both come with a three-cylinder engine and continuously variable transmission. Plus, both come with 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranties, nearly double the industry average.
The Mitsubishi Mirage didn’t receive any sort of update for the 2016 model year which means we’re in for a treat this time around. The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage is one of the brand’s most successful vehicles, providing exactly what drivers need at a value price. Reminiscent of the efficient, budget-conscious cars of the past, the Mirage line is expanding.
The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is a sedan version of the popular Mirage hatchback. The hatchback received plenty of updates for the 2017 model year, including compatibility software for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Mirage G4 made its official debut in Toronto but the United States got a first look at the 2016 New York Auto Show. The Mirage sedan received every update the hatchback model did.
The exterior features a front fascia specific to the sedan version. Inside, the Mirage G4 is very much the same as the hatchback. Both models received a new steering wheel and seats for the 2017 model year.
Like the hatchback, a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that pushes out 78 hp and 74 lb-ft of torque powers the sedan. The 2015 Mirage hatchback was the most efficient non-hybrid car in the United States with 40 mpg combined. The numbers aren’t in for the sedan just yet but expect something similar.
Here at Bell Mitsubishi, we’re pumped for the latest Mirage to arrive!
The Mitsubishi Mirage has been met with success in the compact hatchback segment, where its affordable price and great fuel economy make it an excellent choice for someone looking for big savings. However, the thing about compact hatchbacks is that they typically aren’t that family-friendly, and since the Mirage is high in demand, Mitsubishi decided to try and remedy that situation. Last month, the brand introduced a bit of extra functionality to the Mirage nameplate by introducing the Mirage G4 sedan at the New York International Auto Show.
The original Mirage itself will be receiving an update for the 2017 model year, but for those budget-conscious shoppers looking for a compact sedan with great fuel mileage, the Mirage G4 will launch alongside the 2017 Mirage. The four-door sedan will get all the same update as its predecessor, such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, as well as the addition of a trunk for extra cargo space.
Sources say that aside from switching from a hatchback to a sedan, the Mirage G4 remains the same. The exterior still sports the charming, rounded shapes and lines of the hatchback model and the interior is largely identical. Even the drivetrain will be carried over, including the 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine paired with driver’s choice of a CVT or five-speed manual transmission. The last Mirage to get an EPA fuel rating stateside got an estimated 40 mpg, making the Mirage the most efficient non-hybrid available.
The launch date is soon, too. The Mirage and the Mirage G4 sedan will both be available for sale in the North American market as soon as this spring. So for those looking for an affordable four-door sedan with fuel economy that stands unrivaled in its segment, the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is on the way.
The new, upcoming Mitsubishi Mirage made the trek to the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, showing off the latest edition of the popular subcompact car. It’s fitting that a vehicle known as the “Space Star” in Europe was the star of the show in Geneva.
You can check out 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage pictures here, at Green Car Reports.
The restyled version of the Mitsubishi Mirage has a totally new front and new, top-notch plastics on the inside, in addition to changes made to the vehicle’s chassis, which were designed to make the driving experience more smooth and comfortable.
The wide new grille, bi-xenon lights, and new bumper design added as part of the Mitsubishi Mirage update is sure to make the vehicle stand out in an already crowded subcompact car segment.
The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage should make its way to dealerships late this year or early next year, but in the meantime, visit us anytime at Bell Mitsubishi to check out our enormous selection of current Mitsubishi models.
Dormant since 2003, the Mitsubishi Mirage was all but dead – until the automaker revived the nameplate for 2014. Making its stake in the no-frills, simple, yet reliable subcompact segment, the Mirage is an affordable option for budget-conscious shoppers. Now, Mitsubishi has revealed that the Mirage will see some seriously worthwhile updates for 2017.
According to CheatSheet.com, the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage’s updates include an exterior facelift that ditches the “jellybean” shape of the outgoing model; adds a redesigned instrument panel, dash, and steering wheel; new seats; and an optional upgraded 300-watt Rockford Fosgate stereo system. The 2017 Mirage will also be the first Mitsubishi to come standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Under the hood, we can expect to see Mirage’s 1.2 liter inline-three, which will get a power boost (up to 78 horsepower). Additionally, Mitsubishi has revealed that the Mirage will benefit from bigger brakes and a re-tuned suspension, making it more fun to drive than ever before.
Stay tuned, and check back in with the Bell Mitsubishi Blog often for more updates as they become available!
Making a grand entrance into the world of compact cars comes the premium new 2016 Mirage Rockford Fosgate Edition. As one of the most stylish hatchbacks on the road, it’s also one of the best values, starting at just $15,755.
The Rockford Fosgate Edition is a big deal, and not just because of its astounding value. This Mirage comes with an awesome 300-watt Rockford Fosgate ecoPunch sound system and Bluetooth connectivity, the dream for a music lover on a budget.
The Mirage is already well-known as one of the most fuel-efficient, non-hybrid vehicles available in the United States, and with the premium new 2016 Mirage Rockford Fosgate Edition added to the mix, it’s promising to make quite a splash in a car-buying market that’s growing ever-more eco- and fuel-conscious.
Usually, you don’t see superior sound systems like this outside the luxury market. It’s about time quality media made it to the budgeters!
The new premium 2016 Mirage Rockford Fosgate Edition upgrades the standard Mirage to a rockin’ new edition!
Last month, Mitsubishi reported its first annual North American profits in seven years following a 19 percent increase in sales between January and March. The automaker predicted that the rest of 2015 would be even more promising, and it seems it was right.
Mitsubishi’s April sales totaled 8,216 units, marking the brand’s 14th consecutive month of year-over-year increases in North America as well as a whopping 25.6 percent improvement over April 2014 and the best automaker’s best April in seven years.
As always, the Outlander Sport set the sales pace for the rest of the lineup. 2,674 customers drove away with one last month, though perhaps even more impressive was that the Mirage nearly matched that figure. With 2,407 models sold, the Mirage is up a huge 65.4 percent for the first four months of the year. Just give it a test drive at Bell Mitsubishi and you’ll understand why in no time!
“Our cars are not only priced right, but they are also economical to own, exceptionally reliable and are backed by an industry-leading warranty,” said Don Swearingen, MMNA Executive Vice President. “It is these important qualities that are attracting new car buyers to the Mitsubishi brand.”
Mitsubishi Motors North America just saw its best February since 2008. Sales were up 26% compared to February 2014. Year-to-date sales are up 29.3% compared to last year as well. The Outlander Sport crossover led the gains closely followed by the Lancer sports sedan.
Totals came out to 7,533 vehicles sold in February 2015, up from 5,977 in February 2014. The Outlander Sport compact crossover had its best-ever February, marking 2,394 units sold. Mitsubishi Lancer sales were up 64% compared to February 2014. The compact sports sedan sold just under 2,100 units. The fuel efficient Mirage five-door sold 1,863 units, the best since it joined the lineup in 2013.
“Mitsubishi Motors continues to demonstrate outstanding momentum going forward in 2015,” said Don Swearingen, Executive Vice President. “Our dealers are seeing increased traffic, posting strong sales with our core models. We are looking forward to a good sales year that will be bolstered by launching new and significantly redesigned versions of key models throughout the year starting next month at the New York International Auto Show.”
Year-to-date totals come out to 14,026 vehicles sold compared to less than 11,000 in 2014. Things are looking good for Mitsubishi.