The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 makes quite a statement. This compact sedan comes with a refined exterior, comfortable interior, and great pricing. Though it’s been on the market for a few years, there are some notable additions to the 2018 Mirage G4 design that drivers and reviewers just can’t stop talking about.
According to Business Wire, one of the most notable upgrades for the 2018 model year is the seven-inch display audio unit that comes with Bluetooth® connectivity, audio streaming, and a rearview camera. Standard on the ES trim, this intelligent infotainment system keeps passengers occupied while also keeping the driver up to date.
Don Swearingen, executive vice president and chief operating officer at Mitsubishi Motors North America, articulates the brand’s pride in this new model: “Coming out of the Mirage G4’s first year on the market, we’re pleased to see the sedan variation resonating well among consumers. Offering impressive fuel economy and the same affordability and practical appeal of the Mirage hatchback in the form of a 4-door sedan, the Mirage G4 has bolstered the Mirage lineup.”
The Mirage G4 also comes with a few other additions, such as a center console USB port, steering wheel audio controls, and 15-inch alloy wheels. Plus, with up to 41 mpg highway, the new Mirage G4 will save you money at the pump.* Visit Bell Mitsubishi today to test drive the latest Mirage G4.
*EPA estimate only. Actual mileage may vary.
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.