Mitsubishi Mirage 2017

The Mitsubishi Mirage is a five-door hatchbacks. Tt straddles minicar and subcompact classifications, yet it's significantly larger than the Smart For two or Fiat 500—enough to create back-seat space that could actually work for two adults, for short stints.

However, The Mirage looks a bit less homely now on the outside. Its styling changes include new front and rear bumpers and lower-body treatments, a new grille, different headlights and foglamps, new 14- and 15-inch alloy wheels, and a new rear spoiler.

Inside, the Mirage gets a few small changes, with a new seat fabric, updated gauge cluster, steering wheel, and shift panel. The biggest news, actually optional, is the new 300-watt Rockford Fosgate sound system that supports Smartphone Link Display Audio in addition to Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Safety has been a bit of a shortcoming of the previous Mirage, with its 'poor' rating in the small overlap frontal test from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) particularly worrisome. The Mirage's safety set now includes seven airbags—driver and passenger front and side bags, side-curtain bags over the front and rear windows, plus a knee airbag for the driver. And while the Mirage is very inexpensive, it still includes stability control, traction control, and all the typical anti-lock braking systems, plus alloy wheels, automatic climate control, a rearview camera system, cruise control, steering-wheel audio controls, and push-button start.

The Mitsubishi Mirage 2017 is available in the following configurations:

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