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The 2018 Mirage G4 Design: What’s New?

2018 Mirage G4 design

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.

Lancer Evolution Could Return as New Mitsubishi Crossover

Lancer evolution

It’s no surprise to the auto world that Mitsubishi has a few new SUVs and crossovers in the works; the company announced themselves that the brand would be taking a new, crossover-focused direction following the success of the Outlander. This announcement was swiftly followed by the discontinuation of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, a performance-focused variant of the Lancer nameplate. Now, however, rumors are flying that a new Mitsubishi crossover could revive the Evolution name.

The rumors sprung into existence following an interview with Mitsubishi’s chief operating officer Trevor Mann, who stated the company is currently considering the possibility of bringing a more performance-oriented vehicle back into the lineup. The kicker in his statement, however, was that the new performance flagship “doesn’t necessarily have to be a sedan.”

Interestingly, this vague announcement comes on the heels of the unveiling of Mitsubishi’s upcoming Eclipse Cross. The new crossover, which fills a segment between the Outlander and Outlander Sport, takes the “Eclipse” name from the sports coupe in Mitsubishi’s lineup in the 90s.

So, will we be getting a new Mitsubishi crossover that will carry on the “Evolution” name? That remains to be seen. But Mann has given us a few pieces of the puzzle, and, paired with Mitsubishi’s track record of resurrecting dead badging, we at Bell Mitsubishi have a theory or two of our own.