If your trying to tell me that it is terrible car then explain to me about how this is America and we need powerful cars that are large and we autocross on Saturdays let me know in advanced so I can close my ears. Model year 2014 Year of manufacture 2014 First year of ownership 2014 Most recent year of ownership 2014 Engine and transmission 1. Where the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage really falls flat is in its price. I think it goes without saying that this car will not give you the driving experience of launching you back in your seat when you hit the gas. An X indicates that the vehicle was not manufactured for a specific year. Mitsubishi covers the Mirage for 5 years or 60,000 miles under warranty, and provides 5 years of roadside assistance. While that's relatively large for such a small car, the load floor is not flat with the seat folded.
Yet the Mirage offers four entry doors, seats for at least four, and all the cargo flexibility of a small five-door hatchback. The back of the car has a hint of last-generation Nissan Versa to the hatch shape and rear lights. While there is a good deal of headroom for all, legroom can get tight in the back when taller riders are up front. No issues what so ever with power, speed or steering. The Mirage, not a race car, not a suv, not a fancy car. It comes with just one engine, a 1.
There is more space in the backseat of this car than in many midsize sedans. It also comes with a five year, 60,000-mile new car warranty and a 10 year, 100,000-mile powertrain warranty. Its turning circle is a minimal 30. Based on this data and further analysis, we predict reliability for the latest year. Somewhat gutless, but that is expected.
The car is available as. The roof and upper body of the five-door hatchback narrow slightly toward the rear, in which the company calls a teardrop shape. Compared with its closest rival, the Chevy Spark, the Mirage is more fuel-efficient, but the Spark has more space, and it's a more rewarding car to drive. If pushed, it can also keep up with freeway traffic—we travelled at speeds up to 80 mph. In an effort to make the car palatable, Mitsubishi fitted a rather impressive list of standard features. Upholstery is simple black cloth with a subtle purple check it's not as bad as it sounds. This new Mirage looks as if it's about to burst into tears.
High feature content can't disguise its lack of refinement. Throttle response is solid and the power is acceptable. The materials inside are inexpensive, but Mitsubishi has crafted a straightforward dashboard that doesn't really betray its hard-plastic surfaces. I'm sick of hearing how much better a Ford Fiesta or Honda Fit is. The brakes discs up front, drums in the rear have a solid feel and work fine for such a light car.
For trivia fans, the Mitsubishi Mirage is also the first passenger car sold in the U. Model year 2014 Year of manufacture 2014 First year of ownership 2014 Most recent year of ownership 2015 Engine and transmission 1. Also, I think the complaints of too much engine noise are overrated. I purchased my Mitsubishi Mirage through the internet. . The Mitsubishi Mirage lives up to its name.
That delightful little compact led its class in refinement, performance, and design. Fast-forward 25 years to the and it looks like things have gone backward—fast. Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. Based on information received from our latest subscriber survey, our reliability history charts give you a rundown on how used vehicles are holding up in 17 potential trouble spots, ranging from the engine, transmission, and brakes to power equipment and the electrical system. Bolstering in the backrest is good, though, and the seats were comfortable over several hours of test driving. Even the Scion iQ has 94 hp; the Fiat 500 offers 101 hp, and if you move up the price scale to hybrids, the Toyota Prius C powertrain is rated at 99 hp and the Honda Insight at 98 hp. The day I was to pick up the Mitsubishi Mirage my body decided to evacuate a kidney stone on its own.
It is very cheap with good build quality. Cargo space is good for the segment, with 17. If you can stand to spend a bit more, do so. I honestly can't say enough about this little car. Terrible floating suspension that will blow you into the next lane when a big truck passes you on the highway. There's too much small-car goodness out there for the Mirage to matter. If the driver enters an affected vehicle with their feet covered water and salt, it may soak through the carpet and cause corrosion to a wiring connector located in a junction box behind a kick panel to the left of the driver's footrest.