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Mitsubishi Attrage Receives Outlander's Styling Cues, Is This Too Much for the Sedan?

So, someone thought the Mitsubishi Attrage / Mirage G4 would look better with some styling cues from its Outlander SUV brother nicely applied in the front and at the rear.
Mitsubishi Attrage / Mirage G4 3 photos
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We like the facelifted Mitsu Outlander PHEV and leaving the hybrid powertrain behind, the Japanese brand managed to keep the same personality for their SUV.

But Theophilus Chin thought other cars in Mitsubishi's lineup should benefit from the same treatment although they were never meant to receive it in the first place.

We're talking about the Mitsubishi Attrage / Mirage G4 sedan here. You see, all design flaws can be fixed in Pixel Land, where the scalpel called Photoshop si always willing to make things better.

That's how we ended up looking at these two renderings, showing us a side that we think should be banned on the Attrage. Don't get us wrong, the sedan might look better, but it was never made for such an aggressive appearance, don't you think? I mean, it could scare your kids in some circumstances, and that's not what you expect from the Attrage / Mirage G4.

The sedan was launched in 2013 and was designed as an affordable car based on the G4 concept but with underpinnings taken from the Mirage supermini.

Now, as you look at the renderings and admire that perky rear end and the mean look on the car's face, think about this: the model was introduced with a 1.2-liter 3A92 three-cylinder MIVEC engine that produces 78 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 100 Nm at 4,000 rpm.

Other than that, those modest resources can be managed by either a CVT or a five-speed manual gearbox. Again, those looking to go from A to B on a budget.

As usual, we'd like to know your opinion on the renderings, so please tell us what you think using the comments section below.

 
 
 
 
 

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