In the US, Mitsubishi has just introduced the 2021 Mitsubishi Mirage facelift with hatchback and sedan variants. Mitsubishi Mirage in the US has more safety equipment compared to the Southeast Asian market,
First launched in Thailand at the end of 2019, the upgraded Mitsubishi Mirage has arrived in the US market in 2021, with two variants: hatchback and sedan G4 (also known as Attrage). In Australia, this model has more safety equipment than the Southeast Asian market, in the US, the Mitsubishi Mirage facelift 2021 has more to meet the strict safety criteria here.
Compared to the old generation, Mitsubishi Mirage has a more angular design according to the characteristic Dymanic Shield language. The front is refreshed with prominent chrome bars on the grille, wider headlights, square front bumper and angled fog lamps.
At the rear, the bumper is renewed, the reflectors are placed vertically, the bottom has a decorative diffuser. Redesigned LED taillights with L-shaped graphics on all variants. The most advanced SE version has projector headlights, LED daytime running lights, 15-inch alloy wheels.
Mitsubishi also offers an exterior trim package called Carbonite Edition, which adds a front spoiler, side panels and rear bumper, and red carbon fiber accents. The package also has a new exterior color option: white diamond and sand gold.
The interior has not changed much inside, the car has redesigned armrests, fabric door trim and fake carbon window switches. Mitsubishi Mirage has a 7-inch touch screen entertainment, compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
In terms of safety, all models are equipped with automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, and automatic underlining. Both Mirage hatchback and sedan have 7 airbags and stability control system.
No change under the hood, the car uses a 3-cylinder engine, naturally aspirated MIVEC, 1.2L 3A92, producing 78 horsepower and 100 Nm of torque. This engine is combined with a 5-speed manual transmission or CVT. The average fuel consumption is 6 liters / 100 km. Mitsubishi confirms that the Mirage is the most fuel-efficient hybrid non-hybrid gasoline car in the US.
Both variants of the Mirage have a standard ES version and a premium SE version. The ES hatchback and the ES sedan are priced at $ 14,295 and $ 15,295, respectively. SE hatchback version costs $ 17,445, sedan SE version costs $ 18,195.