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2015 Mitsubishi Mirage Review : Long-term report two

Tim and his wife spend more time with the bright green Mitsubishi Mirage.

2015 Mitsubishi Mirage review : Long-term report one

My colleagues at CarAdvice HQ in Sydney were suspiciously happy to see me upon my return from a week out of the office for my honeymoon. Smiles. Laughter. Something must be up… The grins and giggles that greeted me reached their climax when I got to my desk to find the key of a new – sorry, my new, they insisted – Mitsubishi Mirage long-termer and bright green key ring that correlates with unfortunate accuracy to the car’s paint colour...

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. Slow sales have meant light sedan rivals have come and gone – Ford Fiesta, Kia Rio, Mazda 2 and the recently axed Nissan Almera – and those that remain are outsold many times over by their five-door siblings, including the Holden Barina, Hyundai Accent and (previous-generation) Toyota Yaris...

2014 Mitsubishi Mirage Sedan Review

Mitsubishi's Mirage hatch has been a runaway success in the city car sector. Now, there's a bigger sedan available in the competitive segment.

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Suzuki Celerio v Mitsubishi Mirage : Comparison review

Snobs are not welcome here. Through the ages micro cars that are slammed by many as uninspiring tin cans on wheels have actually afforded their owners the best of simple pleasures. While cars that are the automotive equivalent of King Island double cream can steal people’s cholesterol-filled hearts, models that use simple, stripped-bare ingredients can provide more than just basic sustenance...

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. Slow sales have meant light sedan rivals have come and gone – Ford Fiesta, Kia Rio, Mazda 2 and the recently axed Nissan Almera – and those that remain are outsold many times over by their five-door siblings, including the Holden Barina, Hyundai Accent and (previous-generation) Toyota Yaris...

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 Owner Reviews

2013 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE SPORT Review

I love my new Mirage; the cost of the car fits my budget. All I want for my city driving car is in the Mirage, except for two concerns that I hope can be addressed by Mitsubishi. 1) The noise of the rear end spoiler to where the third light of the vehicle is located. It creates a rattling sound when traversing a bit of rough road...

Mitsubishi Mirage Videos

2015 Mitsubishi Mirage LS Review

Read the article here. The Mitsubishi Mirage is the best-selling micro car on the market in Australia. The Mirage is also one of the cheapest models available from a brand that’s a household name. So if you’re in the market for a first car, a cheap second car for the family or maybe something to get you to bowls and back, should you take a look at a Mirage? I doubt many people are going to buy the Mirage for the way it looks...

2014 Mitsubishi Mirage Video Review

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Mitsubishi Mirage News

Mitsubishi R5 Mirage ready take on WRC-2 in 2015

The turbocharged, all-wheel drive Mitsubishi R5, based on the Mirage, will tackle next year's World Rally Championship-2. Developed and built by Mpart (Ralliart Sweden), the R5 mates a pumped version of the Mirage's five-door hatch body shell with components borrowed from various Mitsubishis...

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

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

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...

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