After both refreshed models had their formal debut last November 2019 in Thailand, Mitsubishi North America finally gets the updated Mitsubishi Mirage and Mirage G4. Two of the said vehicles feature significant exterior and interior updates.
For starters, the exterior of both the sedan and hatch resembles the design treatment applied on Thai-spec models. Upfront, the two-sport the latest Dynamic Shield grille design which goes along with the rest of its stablemates. Its front and rear bumpers were also revised, plus, both models also get a new set of headlights and taillights. The wheels, however, will vary depending on the trim level. Overall, the Mirage hatchback and Mirage G4 looks sleeker and more mature than ever.
Tech-savvy consumers will surely be happy with its standard 7-inch Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) System with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Moreover, in order to spice up the latest Mirage lineup, both the hatchback and sedan come with a vibrant selection of colors, this includes the White Diamond and Sand Yellow which is exclusive on the five-door model. It is worth noting that two of these refreshed models include the Carbonite Edition. This trim gives the sedan and hatch access to some sporty appointments like revised front grille and air dam, side air dam, b-pillar decal, and rear air dam with carbon-pattern surfaces and contrasting red accents.
Like the ASEAN-spec models, the Mirage hatchback and G4 are run by the familiar 1.2-liter 3-cylinder gasoline that produces a humble 78 hp and 100 Nm of torque. The said mill can optionally be paired with a continuously variable transmission (CVT). Therefore, this winning combination allowed the Mirage to be hailed as the most fuel-efficient gasoline-powered non-hybrid vehicle available in the U.S.
As for safety, this is probably where most of the significant improvements were applied. Unlike in Thailand, both the Mirage hatchback and G4 were given an extensive amount of safety features like Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Warning (LDW), and Automatic High Beam (AHB).
While we still haven’t received the latest iteration of both the hatch and sedan version, we really do hope that 2021 will finally be the year that the updated Mitsubishi Mirage finally makes its way here. Who knows? We might even get those additional safety features for the Philippine market.
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