For those of you who want a small car that covers more than just the basics, meet the Mitsubishi Mirage. Underneath its beautifully sculpted body you’ll find an efficient 1.2 petrol engine which will return up to 47.1mpg combined with a manual gearbox, or up to 39.8mpg with the optional automatic. There are 2 trim levels to keep things simple - Mirage 3 and Mirage 4 - with a top specification equipped as standard. 3 models have keyless entry, air conditioning, Bluetooth and electric folding mirrors. 4 models get rear parking sensors, bi-xenon headlights, cruise control and a 6.5” touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and satellite navigation. Wonderful stuff.
With its sporty silhouette, stylish alloy wheels and elegant daytime running lights, the Mirage makes a great first impression. 4 models feature bi-xenon headlights for a touch of class and a 6.5” touchscreen on the inside.
The 1.2 petrol engine is smooth and efficient. You can have a manual or automatic gearbox to suit your driving style and 4 models come with cruise control. A compliant ride and short turning circle make the Mirage a pleasure to drive.
Despite its compact size, the Mirage is surprisingly spacious. There’s comfy accommodation for up to 5 passengers and the boot has a generous 235-litre load volume. If you have young children, there are ISOFIX points on both rear outermost seats.
Living with it
It’s easy to drive, cheap to run and extremely well-equipped. It’s also good looking and comfortable to travel in, while features like keyless entry, electric folding mirrors and cruise control make life simpler. What’s not to love?
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The Mirage is manoeuvrable, its one-tonne weight is easy to throw around and its controls are effortless. Car and Driver
The Mirage is more slippery than any of its class rivals. Heck, it's practically a fish. The Guardian
Good manners in town, decent performance, plenty of space. Carwow