2017 Mitsubishi Mirage to Feature Greater Cargo Space and Competitive Pricepoint

The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage has been a staple of Mitsubishi’s car line for some time now, but the line is about to get a spark coming in the coming year.

2017 Mitsubishi Mirage rear

Aside from newer vehicles added to the lineup, the new Mirage is going to get a makeover in the form of larger trunk space. While most people overlook this aspect of vehicles, it is a very critical decision maker when it comes to growing families or single individuals looking to carry a lot of cargo. With this in mind, Mitsubishi is definitely appealing to those demographics with its new rendition of the Mirage.

The new Mirage will feature a bigger trunk in addition to a myriad of other new features. The Mirage, while not the prettiest vehicle on the market, is undoubtedly one of the most economical for a number of reasons. It gets a whopping 37 miles per gallon, and its large truck space and ample cabin are available for only $16,000 starting.

It’s hard to beat all of those features for just $16,000, and it’s the primary reason why Mitsubishi hopes this affordable economical automobile will pack a punch in the coming calendar year as far as sales are concerned. Prior renditions of the Mirage were all hatchback variants, but this new-look Mirage is a standard four-door sedan.

Rather than a lower, shorter profile, the Mirage now looks noticeably “taller” and seems to almost reach high into sky in comparison to earlier models. Those looking for a high-precision sports car should look elsewhere. The Mirage only comes in automatic transmission, but those looking to shell out a little more for more customization should look at the Mirage SE, the sports edition of the vehicle.

2017 Mitsubishi Mirage

Despite its competitive price and relatively low performance value, the car does lack a plug-in power system, meaning it is no hybrid and is all electric. Regardless, for its price point, economical mileage, and greater trunk space, there is no denying that the all-new 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage is a great-buy for the entry-level car consumer.

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