Mitsubishi has improved the 2017 Mirage with enhanced interior materials and a more distinctive design. While this updated Mirage is better than before, there's no strong reason to consider this over superior competitors. Read on to find out why the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage doesn't quite make the grade.
After taking a break for one model year, the Mitsubishi Mirage returns for 2017 with a long list of revisions. These include new bumpers, headlights, taillights and nicer interior materials. The engine receives a modest horsepower bump, from 74 to 78 horsepower. The ES replaces the DE as the base trim level, while the midrange SE and top-of-the-line GT are new.
The Mitsubishi Mirage returns after a yearlong hiatus with a host of new upgrades. They're welcome improvements, and you'll still like this hatchback's high fuel economy and affordable price, but read on to find out if this subcompact hatchback finally makes the grade.