The Mirage is one of the top models in its segment thanks to its sophisticated design, high-tech gadgets, and affordable pricing. When compared with competitors, including the Chevy Spark and Toyota Yaris, it’s easy to see why so many have chosen the 2017 Mirage. Overall, the Mirage has plenty of space, great handling, and truly remarkable gas mileage.
Read on to learn more about what separates the Mirage from other vehicles.
Interior Volume and Maneuverability
The Mirage is a subcompact vehicle but it has space where it counts. The 2017 Mirage seats up to five people comfortably, with more legroom and hip room than the Spark or Yaris. In fact, the Spark only seats up to four, while both the Yaris and Spark have considerably less overall passenger volume than the Mirage. With up to 86.2 cu ft of space in the Mitsubishi, you can drive comfortably.
Both the Yaris and the Mirage come with rack-and-pinion steering to optimize handling, but the Mirage comes out on top when it comes to maneuverability in general. The Mirage has the smallest turning diameter at just 30.2 inches, which means it’s great or squeezing in tight spaces. Reviewers at The Car Connection also agree that the Mirage is easier to park as well.
Many choose subcompact cars for their fuel economy, making the Mirage the obvious choice. This model gets up to 33/41 (city/hwy) mpg* when properly equipped, which is considerably better than its competitors. The Cruze gets 31/39 mpg* while the Yaris manages a meagre 30/36 mpg.* If you’re looking for a truly efficient ride, check out the new Mirage.
The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage is ideal for drivers looking for a subcompact car that doesn’t sacrifice passenger volume, maneuverability, or fuel economy. Plus, the new Mirage has improved styling for the latest model year, with a sharp new look that’s bound to set it apart on the road. Stop by El Cajon Mitsubishi to test drive the Mirage today.