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Honda City v Mitsubishi Mirage sedan : Comparison review

Australia’s largely unloved baby sedan segment has just had some life injected into it with the release of the new Mitsubishi Mirage sedan and second-generation Honda City...

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2014 Mitsubishi Mirage Sedan Review
Rating: 710 /10
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2014 Mitsubishi Mirage Sedan Review

Priced from $14,990, the new Mitsubishi Mirage sedan might just be the best value car on the market in Australia. Sharp pricing is only one element, though: the new Mirage sedan also has to cut the mustard around town, which is exactly where it is going to ply its trade. The bigger question is whether we can justify recommending that you stretch to the sedan over the hatch...

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$14,490 to $17,490

Mitsubishi Mirage sedan pricing and specifications
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Mitsubishi Mirage sedan pricing and specifications

The Mitsubishi Mirage sedan is now available in Australia from $14,490, bolstering the Japanese brand’s top-selling city car line-up. The pint-sized four-door is based on the five-door Mirage hatch, which has racked up 3916 sales and claimed a commanding 46 per cent share of its segment so far this year...


Mitsubishi Mirage sedan to lose Attrage name
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Mitsubishi Mirage sedan to lose Attrage name

Don't call it the Attrage: the new Mitsubishi Mirage sedan will lose its awkward name when it launches locally in July. Mitsubishi Australia confirmed the naming of the new model at its annual dealer conference in Adelaide today. The car was showcased as the Mitsubishi G4 (global four) in concept guise in 2013, and the brand does call it the Attrage (for "attractive Mirage") in some markets including Thailand...


Mitsubishi Mirage now shares Australia's cheapest new car title at $11,990 driveaway
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Mitsubishi Mirage now shares Australia's cheapest new car title at $11,990 driveaway

The five-door Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback has become the equal-cheapest new passenger car available on the Australian market following an aggressive $1000 cashback deal available until December 31. It coincides with last week’s demise of the Chery J1 hatchback, which was forced out of the market due to the unavailability of electronic stability contol (ESC) that became mandatory on all new cars as of November 1 federal legislation...


Mitsubishi Mirage Hello Kitty edition revealed
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Mitsubishi Mirage Hello Kitty edition revealed

The Mitsubishi Mirage Hello Kitty edition has been revealed in Japan, marking the iconic Japanese feline's 40th anniversary. Finished in a fitting pink hue, the Mitsubishi Mirage Hello Kitty edition features an exterior highlighted by custom decals and unique bow hubcaps. Inside, Hello Kitty seat upholstery joins a Hello Kitty pillow...


2014 Mitsubishi Mirage Video Review
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2014 Mitsubishi Mirage Video Review

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City car comparison: Fiat 500 v Mitsubishi Mirage v Nissan Micra v Volkswagen Up!
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City car comparison: Fiat 500 v Mitsubishi Mirage v Nissan Micra v Volkswagen Up!

They may not be the cars teenagers have pinned to their bedroom walls, but the Fiat 500, Mitsubishi Mirage, Nissan Micra and Volkswagen Up! are among the cheapest ways first-time drivers can get into a new car. Particularly when parents are often paying the bills, all four sub-light hatchbacks featured here cost $14,000 or less on the road, all are economical and all feature stability control and front and front-side airbags as standard...


Mitsubishi Mirage Review
Rating: 610 /10
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Mitsubishi Mirage Review

At $12,990 driveaway, the Mitsubishi Mirage is one of the cheapest new cars on the market. On sale since the beginning of 2013, the born-again Mirage replaced the largely unloved Colt in Australia's micro-car class to take on the likes of the $14,000 Fiat 500, $12,490 Holden Barina Spark, $13,490 Nissan Micra and $13,990 Volkswagen Up! It’s a move that’s proved highly successful so far, with the Mitsubishi Mirage quickly establishing itself as the best-selling vehicle in its segment, where it offers a combination of standard items rare for a car of its size and price...

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$12,990

Mitsubishi Mirage named Australia's cheapest car to own and run
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Mitsubishi Mirage named Australia's cheapest car to own and run

The Mitsubishi Mirage has been named Australia's cheapest car to own and run in the NRMA 2013 Running Costs report. In its latest guide to vehicle operating costs, the NRMA found the Mitsubishi Mirage to cost owners $93.28 per week to run. This beats last year’s winner, the Suzuki Alto, which the NRMA says costs $95...


Mitsubishi Mirage: price cuts for city car range
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Mitsubishi Mirage: price cuts for city car range

The top-spec Mitsubishi Mirage is now more than $1000 cheaper following price cuts for the Japanese manufacturer's city car. The Mirage LS equipped with the optional automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) now costs $16,490 – down $1250 from before. Mitsubishi has also cut $950 and $750 from the CVT-equipped Sport and ES models respectively, as well as $500 from the LS manual and $200 from the Sport manual...


Mitsubishi Mirage Pop Green special edition released
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Mitsubishi Mirage Pop Green special edition released

The limited edition Mitsubishi Mirage Pop Green is now on sale in Australia, introducing exterior styling enhancements and a bright new colour. Capped at 400 units across selected Mitsubishi dealerships, the special edition Mirage is finished in exclusive Green Pop metallic paint and features the 'Plus Pack', which adds a unique front bumper with chrome fog light surrounds and a chrome tailgate protector...


Mitsubishi G4 concept previews Mirage-based sedan
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Mitsubishi G4 concept previews Mirage-based sedan

A teaser image of the Mitsubishi G4 concept has been released ahead of its unveiling at this month's Bangkok motor show. The Mitsubishi G4 concept ('global four-door') previews a new city-sized sedan, which will be built alongside the compact Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback (below) in Thailand and sold around the world...


Ford Kuga, Mitsubishi Mirage, Volkswagen Beetle join ANCAP five-star club
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Ford Kuga, Mitsubishi Mirage, Volkswagen Beetle join ANCAP five-star club

The Ford Kuga, Mitsubishi Mirage and Volkswagen Beetle have all been awarded a maximum five-star safety rating by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) in the latest round of new vehicle crash tests. The second-generation Ford Kuga (pictured above) maintained the five-star mark of the first-gen SUV with a score of 36...


Mitsubishi Mirage Review
Rating: 610 /10
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Mitsubishi Mirage Review

The Mitsubishi Mirage sees the return of another popular nameplate in Australia. It replaces the Colt as the Japanese brand's city car competitor, though is priced from below the likes of the Mazda2 and Ford Fiesta and more closely aligned with micro cars such as the Nissan Micra and Suzuki Alto...

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$12,990 to $19,490

Mitsubishi Mirage launches from $12,990
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Mitsubishi Mirage launches from $12,990

The Mitsubishi Mirage has launched in Australia with an introductory price of $12,990 that also includes a $1000 Westfield gift voucher (until the end of January), effectively bringing the price down to $11,990. The Mitsubishi Mirage enters the light car segment packed full of value and standard features, at a very competitive price...


2013 Mitsubishi Mirage to launch with driveaway pricing, $1000 gift card
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2013 Mitsubishi Mirage to launch with driveaway pricing, $1000 gift card

The 2013 Mitsubishi Mirage will be available from launch for $12,990 driveaway and for a limited time will come with a $1000 gift card, strengthening the appeal of all-new Thai-built model in the price-sensitive city-car segment. Mitsubishi Australia has confirmed pricing for the new five-door Mirage hatch will range from $12,990 to $19,490 driveaway under the special introductory offer...


2013 Mitsubishi Mirage pricing and specifications
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2013 Mitsubishi Mirage pricing and specifications

The Mitsubishi Mirage will battle it out with the cheapest cars on the market from January following the confirmation of a sub-$13K starting price for the all-new Thai-built city car. The entry-level Mitsubishi Mirage ES manual will start from $12,990, positioning it just north of the Chery J1 ($10,990), Suzuki Alto ($11,790) and Holden Barina Spark ($12,490), while undercutting the Nissan Micra ($13,490), Volkswagen Up! and Proton S16 FLX (both $13,990)...


Mitsubishi ditches 'family face'
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Mitsubishi ditches 'family face'

Mitsubishi is ditching its ‘family face’ styling strategy, aiming to give next-generation models their own unique characters. The rejection of the four-point trapezoidal grille, mirrored between the current Lancer (above) and ASX, and outgoing Outlander, comes as Mitsubishi admits the styling may have been too aggressive for some tastes...


Mitsubishi Mirage returns to Australia with Sydney motor show debut
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Mitsubishi Mirage returns to Australia with Sydney motor show debut

The Mitsubishi Mirage name has returned to Australia after 10 years with the city car making its Australian debut at today's 2012 Sydney motor show ahead of its official release in January next year. Offered in two specification levels – a base ES and higher LS – the all-new Mitsubishi Mirage combines a new lightweight platform and aerodynamic body to present potential buyers with an new contender in the small eco-conscious car market...


Mitsubishi Mirage signals new direction
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Mitsubishi Mirage signals new direction

The new Mitsubishi Mirage signals a change in direction for the Japanese company as it aims to create a global small car that will appeal to a broad worldwide audience. Mitsubishi’s executive officer and corporate general manager of the global small project, Takashi Sato, told CarAdvice the new Mirage is aimed not just at mature markets like Australia, but also at emerging Asian and South American countries...


Mitsubishi Mirage Review
Rating: 610 /10
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Mitsubishi Mirage Review

The next-generation Mitsubishi Mirage is heading to Australia towards the end of the year with a small engine but with big ambitions. Mitsubishi is building the light-car out of a brand new plant in Thailand, which will keep the price lower than the Japanese-built Mitsubishi Colt it replaces...

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$12,990

Mitsubishi Mirage production begins
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Mitsubishi Mirage production begins

Mitsubishi Motors has commemorated the start of full production of the all-new Mitsubishi Mirage with a line-off ceremony at its Laem Chabang Plant in Thailand today. Mitsubishi's new Mirage - the company's "global compact car" - has been designed to meet the needs of both the fast-growing emerging markets who want affordable entry-level cars and advanced markets that demand environmentally conscious models...


2012 Mitsubishi Mirage to make global sales debut in Thailand
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2012 Mitsubishi Mirage to make global sales debut in Thailand

The 2012 Mitsubishi Mirage city car will make its global sales debut in Thailand in late March, ahead of the model's arrival in Australia in late 2012 or early 2013. The replacement for the Colt will go on sale in Thailand from 28th March, with sales planned to reach 2500 units per month...


2012 Mitsubishi Mirage coming to Australia Q4 2012
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2012 Mitsubishi Mirage coming to Australia Q4 2012

The Mitsubishi Mirage is back. Mitsubishi has confirmed the Mirage will make a comeback after a 10-year hiatus, stepping up as the brand’s all-new global city car. The Mitsubishi Mirage will make its world premiere at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show on November 30. It will go on sale initially in Thailand in March before spreading globally throughout 2012, including Australia...