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Used 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage LE - 9,892 Miles
$18,395
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Used 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage ES - 18,237 Miles
$19,795
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Used 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage DE - 51,024 Miles
$11,795
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Used 2021 Mitsubishi Mirage LE - 3,512 Miles
$21,395
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Used 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage RF - 36,406 Miles
$13,395
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Mitsubishi Mirage

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Mitsubishi Mirage

The Mitsubishi Mirage is a subcompact hatchback first introduced by the Japanese carmaker Mitsubishi in 1978 and remained available for sale until 2003. It was then reintroduced in 2012. There are sedan variants of the car too, called Mitsubishi Lancer, and a rare station wagon was also offered. However, the most popular one is the hatchback. The Mirage is the perfect option if you want to buy a used car for intra-city travel. The car is small and can manage traffic very easily. You still get a decent cargo area and an other-worldly gas mileage. It depreciates more quickly than the competition, which makes used examples very affordable to buy.
Is Mitsubishi Mirage the right car for you?

Economical Option

If you are considering buying a Mirage, quick acceleration should not be on your list. It has a humble three-cylinder 78hp engine that drives the front wheels. What you get for sacrificing acceleration is fuel economy. The car goes up to an astonishing 43 miles on a gallon of gas on the highway and 36 in the city.

Manual Transmission

What the Mirage lacks in power more than makes up for in transmission. The base model comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox. That can add a bit of fun and some burnouts to your commute. However, if you want comfortable and easy driving, a CVT is also on the menu.

Utilitarian Interior

The interior of the Mirage is made to be comfortable and utilitarian. You get comfortable seats, a nice climate control, and enough room to stretch your arms and legs. Behind the rear seats is a 17 cubic feet cargo area.
Notable features of Mitsubishi Mirage

Safety

Mitsubishi might have put a rather humble engine in the car, but they have taken safety seriously. Active driver safety features like the Forward Collision Mitigation with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Warning, and Automatic High Beams are standard on the Mirage.

Rearview Camera System

When you put the Mirage into reverse gear, the rearview camera is automatically activated. You get a view of what’s behind and guiding lines to tell you how far things are to minimize the possibility of hitting the car when backing up.

RISE

The Mirage is made on Mitsubishi’s Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE) platform. It reinforces specific areas of the car’s body to make sure that the forces on the car resulting from a crash are distributed in such a way as to keep the passengers safe.
Frequently asked questions

How many airbags does the Mirage have?

Mitsubishi has used seven airbags in the Mirage to make it safe for the occupants.

Does the Mirage come with fog lights?

The Mirage is for sale with LED DRLs and fog lamps as a standard feature.

Is the Mirage a safe car?

In addition to the active safety features and structural features that dissipate the destructive energy of a crash, the Mirage has an active stability control system that keeps the car planted on the ground no matter how fast you drive. It makes the Mirage a pretty safe car.

What is HSA?

Hill Start Assist (HSA) is a technology used by the Mirage that enables it to move straight up a steep hill from a standstill instead of rolling backward.

What is the suspension technology of the Mirage?

The Mirage has MacPherson struts in the front and torsion beam suspension in the rear.