2020 mitsubishi mirage
If you are a price cautious car shopper I got something for you. The 2020 Mirage starts at less than $15,000. Something to note, to an extent this vehicle is the epitome of, you get what you pay for.
Choose from the ES, LE, SE, and GT trims.
While there are other subcompacts that have an upscale cabin, the Mirage is not one of them. But, take into consideration the price point and the interior is pleasant enough. Its G4 sibling wins in the legroom game, offering three more inches than the Mirage. When it comes to cargo space though, the Mirage wins, offering 17 cubic feet of cargo space, which is better than some competition.
Gas mileage figures are great. An impressive 36 mpg city and 43 mpg highway is what you can expect to get. If you decide to go with the manual transmission, those numbers will drop to 33 city and 41 highway.
Its lackluster acceleration will have you following the leader while merging onto the highway. I can’t say I believe this is the worst thing, because with a smaller car like the Mirage, the lack of power is expected.
Tech and Safety
A 7.0-inch display screen, bluetooth, and a four-speaker audio system is standard in the 2020 Mirage. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone capability are optional, and the availability of these amenities is impressive for a car in this price range.
In crash tests done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Mirage earned four out of five stars overall. The Mirage is not available with driver-assistance features.
When it comes to cabin space, fuel economy and price point the Mirage puts up a fight. However, it trails in safety and technology. I think if a smaller vehicle is what you are looking for, this is worth seeing in person.