Go Flat Out @ 2016 MIAS: Mitsubishi Spices Up The Mirage

The new Mitsubishi Mirage has been spiced up by Mitsubishi, filling it with plenty of new features that make it an more attractive economy car to own than ever before. It makes the life of someone who can only afford an economy car much more pleasurable and rewarding. Here are a number of changes you need to take note.

In this new Mirage, there are new HID headlamps with LED daytime running lights that spices up the Mirage’s front, while LED tail lights are standard across the line-up. In conjunction with the Mirage GLS’ smart key, some lights will stay lit if the driver approaches/leaves the car, and these are premium touches found in cars a segment above or two. The interior design has been slightly revised, now with better materials, and the Mirage now has a more stylish set of wheels to choose from. The grille up front has been revised with a less aggressive, but more grown up design, which now includes a chrome strip that runs throughout the width of the Mirage.

The Mirage’s powertrain remains unchanged, still powered by a 1.2 liter three-cylinder petrol engine, good for 77 hp and 100 Nm of torque. It continues to be mated to a 5-Speed Manual or a CVT. Of course, with these changes comes with a price increase, and the new Mirage now starts at P553,000

GLX MT/AT: P553,000/P603,000
GLS MT/AT: P663,000/P713,000