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Mitsubishi Motors has completely reviewed the small car concept to produce the new Mirage which is designed to be a no nonsense product that offers quality and reliability to consumers and a sensible price tag. The new Mirage is lighter, faster and offers good environmental credentials to boot.
Step inside the cabin of the new Mitsubishi Mirage and you’ll discover a spacious and comfortable looking cabin which offers a pleasant, well-designed and above all safe environment for its occupants. In fact, the new Mirage is constructed using the company’s ‘RISE’ safety body design – Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution , which is designed to ensure maximum crash protection from all angles and directs impact forces away from the occupants.
Equipment is plentiful in the new Mirage and standard models come with a host of features to include a Driver’s SRS front airbag, ABS with EBD, Active Stability Control (ASC) with Traction Control, child protection rear door locks and an engine immobiliser.
The Mitsubishi Mirage is powered by a new generation of lightweight and compact petrol engines. For UK buyers, there are two options: a frugal, low-friction 1.0-litre on Mirage 1; and a 1.2-litre three-cylinder engine for Mirages 2 & 3. Auto Stop & Go will be standard on the 1.2-litre engine. Mirage 1, 2 and 3 are available with a five-speed manual transmission while a CVT auto option is available on the top-specification Mirage 3. As an alternative to the standard five-speed manual gearbox, the new Mirage can be fitted with the newest version of Mitsubishi’s INVECS-III CVT wide-ratio transmission which now uses a sub-gear train to deliver better acceleration and fuel economy.
The Mirage offers the latest in green technology from Mitsubishi which includes Auto Stop & Go, a regenerative braking system, a high-efficiency alternator, an intelligent battery sensor and 165/65R14 low-friction tyres. The car also has a clever three-bar ‘Eco Drive Assist’ display in the instrument cluster which gives a visual indication of how economically the vehicle is being driven based on current fuel consumption and vehicle speed.
Managing Director of Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, Lance Bradley, said:
“Mirage has been designed from the ground up with emissions in mind. It’s going to be the only model on sale in the UK where every car in the range emits 100g/km CO2 or less, meaning no road tax or London Congestion Charge on any Mirage.
“People are worried about fuel prices and the environment just as we’re launching a small car that looks funky, is great to drive but is doing an amazing 67mpg and delivering incredibly low emissions figures. It’s the perfect car for us, we’re very excited!”
The new Mitsubishi Mirage is available to buy from £8,999 for the Mirage 1, ranging up to £12,999 for the Mirage 3 CVT model. Metallic and pearlescent paint is available for £420 inclusive of VAT.