The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is the Japanese automaker’s entry into the subcompact sedan segment. It’s the sedan version of the Mirage hatchback. It features the same cabin space as the hatchback version but with extra trunk space. With its body configuration, the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 sedan addresses the concern of many Filipino families who want a sedan but would like to retain the distinctive characteristics of the original Mirage – fuel efficiency and value for money.
The Mirage G4’s interior is black and comes with black fabric seats. The infotainment comes in a 2-DIN form factor as standard but the inclusion of a touchscreen will depend on the variant. Sound is sent via four speakers for the GLS variant and 2 for the GLX. Both head units are Bluetooth capable and have an auxiliary input.
The Mirage G4 is powered by a three-cylinder 1.2-liter engine. The 1.2-liter power plant produces 77 hp and 100 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the front wheel either by a 5-speed manual or a CVT.
The sixth-generation Mirage G4 was launched in 2013 and is manufactured in Mitsubishi’s Santa Rosa Plant. It came in two body types a hatchback and a sedan. It is powered by a 1.2-liter naturally aspirated gasoline engine that can come with a CVT or a 5-speed manual transmission. The subcompact vehicle comes standard with a 2-DIN radio that can be had with a touchscreen depending on the variant.
Platform, Chassis and Powertrain
The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 comes with a 1.2-liter 3A92 gasoline engine. The 1.2-liter 3-cylinder naturally-aspirated engine produces 77hp and 100 Nm of torque. It has McPherson struts with coil springs with stabilizer bars for the front suspension. The rear, on the other hand, gets torsion beam suspension. The engine can be had with either a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT.
Stopping power comes from 14-inch ventilated discs up front and 8-inch leading and trailing drums in the rear. To add more stopping power it comes with an 8-inch master vacuum brake booster. The subcompact sedan rides on 185/55R15 wheels and tires. Wheels come in the form of 15x5 Alloy wheels with a dark chrome finish.
Subcompact Car (B-Segment)
Front Engine, Front-Wheel Drive
1.2L I3 (DOHC MIVEC 3A92) Gasoline
77 hp, 100 Nm of torque
Continuously Variable Transmission
The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is a light and nimble city car, with an emphasis on the latter because of its diminutive size. Its 3-cylinder power plant is responsive to throttle inputs, plus the lightweight construction is an advantage to the small yet capable engine. The CVT, however, is one of its weakest trait as it does give you a hard time before you could get a satisfying pull from the small sedan.
Handling-wise, the Mirage G4 is just okay on open roads but a champion in the city. The light steering feel and wide driving visibility make maneuvering in tight spaces a cinch.
The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 comes with a 2-DIN 6.75-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It comes with a tuner, iPod compatibility with Aux-in and USB port, it also comes with Bluetooth connectivity with a mirror link feature. The GLX MT variant does not get a touch screen but does retain the same features as the other variants. The GLS variants come standard with GPS navigation and four speakers. The GLX only comes with two speakers and does not come with a GPS system.
The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 comes with a Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution body. Apart from the trunk, what differentiates it from the hatchback version is the chromes grille. It also comes standard with halogen multi-reflector headlights as well as fog lights for the GLS model. 15-inch wheels are also standard throughout the variant lineup.
Color options for the Mirage G4 are as follows for the GLS variants: Sundance Orange, Medium Blue Mica, Savanna White, Wine Red Pearl, Majestic Red, Virgil Gray, Cool Silver, and Pyrenese Black. GLX variants can be had with all color options except for Medium Blue Mica and Sundance Orange.
The interior of the Mirage G4 comes in a black theme with silver accents on the air-conditioning vents. The seating material is fabric and has enough seating space for five passengers. The center console will have a 2-DIN stereo as standard but the inclusion of a touchscreen will depend on the variant. It features a multi-information display with an eco assist lamp.
The Mirage G4 comes with a 348-liter worth of trunk space.
For safety, the Mirage G4 comes with SRS airbags for both the driver and passenger. It also comes with 3-point seatbelts with ELR and pretensioners. 3-point seat belts are also standard for the rear passengers as well. ABS is only available for the GLS variants, the GLX does not have it equipped as standard. Other safety features include a Brake Override System and ISOFIX anchors for the GLS variants.
There’s no ASEAN NCAP rating for the Mirage G4. Its hatchback counterpart, however, got a 4-star rating in adult occupancy protection, while bagging a 43% compliance in child occupancy protection.
Tested Variant: Mitsubishi Mirage G4 GLS 1.2 CVT
Child Occupant Safety
Front Impact Score
Side Impact Score
Adult Occupant Safety
Front Impact Score
Side Impact Score
Head Protection Score
Front Passenger Airbag
Seat Belt Retractor Driver
Seat Belt Retractor Front Passenger
Safety Assist Technology
Effective Breaking & Avoidance
Seat Belt Reminders
SBR for Driver
SBR for Front Passenger
SBR for Rear Passenger
Blind Spot Technology
Advanced Safety Assist Technologies
Intelligent Rear View Mirror
Lane Departure Warning System
Forward Collision Warning System
Lane Keep Assist
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Does the Mirage G4 have a touchscreen infotainment system?
The top-spec Mirage G4 GLS CVT doesn't have a touchscreen head unit. Instead, it has a 2-DIN stereo system.
How big is the gas tank of the Mirage G4?
The Mirage G4 has a fuel tank capacity of 42 liters.
Which is bigger, the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 or the Toyota Vios?
The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is smaller than the Toyota Vios in terms of overall dimensions and engine size.
What is the difference between the Mirage and Mirage G4?
The biggest difference between the two is their body type. The Mirage is a five-door hatchback, while the Mirage G4 is a four-door sedan. Their front design differs a bit, as well.
Is the Mirage G4 a fuel-efficient car?
With a three-cylinder 1.2L gasoline engine under its hood, the Mirage G4 is fuel-efficient and can provide maximum mileage.
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