2014 Mitsubishi Mirage Video

2014MitsubishiMirage

If you've felt deserted during the Mitsubishi Mirage's decade-long U.S. absence, the subcompact's reappearance may seem like something of an oasis. The 2014 Mirage, which bowed at the 2013 New York International Auto Show, returns as a hatchback and falls between the Chevrolet Spark and the Ford Fiesta in size.

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Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays observes that the Mirage offers an impressive array of standard features, such as power windows and door locks and remote keyless entry, but skimps on some desirable ones like a telescoping steering wheel and armrests. Still, boasting city/highway combined fuel economy of 40 mpg and a likely price around $13,000, the target demographic may see just what it's looking for in the Mirage. Watch the video below.

Comments 

ermatthe

My first car was a brand new '97 Mirage. Locked the keys in it the very first time I drove it to school. AND it was still running. haha. Good times.

They didn't stop producing it. They just finally decided to call it the Lancer like it was always known in every other market.

Why they want to call this thing a Mirage I don't know. Doesn't seem to share anything with the old one at all.

carlos

right now I have a mirage LS coupe and I think is one of the best cars ever made of Mitsubishi

JB Snider

I had an "87 Mirage, we drove it and punished it. I was a great vehicle, cheap on gas and insurance. My girls learned to drive a stick shift with this vehicle. I hope that the quality control is as good or better than it was in 1987. For $13000, its a steal if it works.

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