Mitsubishi Mirage Gets Official Australian Pricing Information
For instance, it is more expensive than the Suzuki Alto, which starts at $11,790 AUD, and the Chery J1, which is even cheaper at $10,990 AUD. For the base price, the Mirage gets rake-adjustable steering wheel, two-speaker sound system with AUX-in and USB compatibility, air-con and Bluetooth.
The more expensive Sport trim car starts from $14,190, while the top-spec LS trim starts at $15,490. All cars come equipped with a 1.2-liter engine, which makes 77 hp and 100 Nm of torque. The engine can be mated to either a five-speed manual or CVT gearbox.
The Thai-built Mirage is a very important car for Mitsubishi, and while it may not be as funky-looking as the Colt, it still looks like a worthy contender in the highly-competitive supermini sector, and its more conventional looks will attract new buyers to the brand.