New 2016 Mitsubishi Mirage Quotes

Performance

There are two three-cylinder petrol engines available in the Mirage. A 70bhp 1.0-litre is the entry level options while the 79bhp 1.2 provides a little more power. The 1.2 comes with standard five-speed manual gearbox or a CVT automatic is also available. All versions prove sprightly enough to live up to their reputation for being a value-for-money city supermini. Take the Mirage for test drive to see for yourself, you can book via this website.

Running Costs

The Mirage is one of the most economical cars in its class thanks to its featherlight 845kg kerbweight, along with aerodynamic design and stop-start system fitted as standard. The 1.0-litre engines average 70.6mpg and has low CO2 emissions of 92g/km, making it exempt from road tax and the congestion charge. The 1.2-litre even manages to stay below the magic threshold whilst returning 68.9mpg when fitted with standard manual or automatic gearbox. Mitsubishi also offer a decent servicing pack which covers maintenance for three years and 36,000 miles.

Equipment

The Mirage comes in three trim levels with the standard option available alongside the Mirage 2 and Mirage 3. The entry level trim comes with 14-inch steel wheels, front and side curtain airbags, a USB input in the glove compartment, front electric windows, rear door child locks plus power steering. The Mirage 2 adds height-adjustable driver’s seat, remote central locking, roof spoiler, rear electric windows and electric door mirrors as well as automatic headlights and wipers, colour-coded mirrors and door handles. Highlights of the range-topping trim include parking sensors, leather trim, front fog lamps, keyless entry, engine stat button and automatic air-con. Order a brochure via this website for full details.