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Mike Stevens | Sep, 29 2014 | 6 Comments

Mitsubishi’s tiny Mirage hatch, already one of the cheapest cars to own according to annual Vehicle Running Costs survey data, is now more than a grand cheaper to buy.

Entering the 2015 model year with a new RRP of $11,490, the Mirage’s new opening price represents a $1500 saving over the previous range.

Pricing for the Mirage range had last been adjusted around this time last year, although today’s news marks the first drop in the line-up’s entry price.

These latest changes also see the Mirage hatch offerings reduced to a two-trim range, with the mid-spec Sport model dropped for 2015.

The remaining models, the entry ES and the top-grade LS, benefit from a boost in standard equipment.

Now standard with all 2015 Mirage models is an all-black interior, a new shortened roof antenna and a flashing Emergency Stop Signal.

The LS model also picks up cruise control - a new addition to the Mirage range overall - and tinted windows for the new model year.

 

Feature List

Mirage ES

  • All black interior - new
  • Exterior lamps with Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) - new
  • Short type roof antenna - new
  • Luggage room lamp - new
  • 1.2L DOHC MIVEC petrol engine
  • 5-speed manual transmission
  • Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with INVECS III Smart Logic (optional)
  • Electric power steering
  • 14-inch wheels
  • Active Stability Control
  • Hill Start Control (CVT only)
  • Driver and passenger front airbags
  • Side and curtain airbags
  • Air conditioning
  • Bluetooth® phone connectivity with audio streaming and voice control
  • Steering wheel with audio and phone controls
  • AM/FM CD player with USB and auxiliary input
  • Power door mirrors
  • Body colour door handles and mirrors
  • Power windows with driver side auto up and down
  • Driver’s seat with slide, recline and height adjustment
  • Two ISOFIX rear seat child restraints
  • Three tether anchor rear seat child restraints
  • Child proof rear door locks

Mirage LS (in addition to ES features)

  • Cruise control - new
  • Privacy glass - new
  • Climate control air conditioning
  • Chrome and silver interior accents
  • 15-inch alloy wheels
  • Front fog lamps
  • Colour key rear spoiler
  • High grade seat material
  • 4 Speakers

The Mirage’s powertrain remains unchanged, with motivation provided by a 57kW/100Nm 1.2 litre petrol engine, mated to either a five-speed manual or a CVT auto.

Depending on specification, fuel consumption ranges from 4.6 to 4.9 l/100km, and CO2 emissions from 109 to 115g/km.

As before, the Mirage is offered with a five-year or 100,000km warranty, along with a four-year capped-price servicing and roadside assistance program.

The Mirage is also offered in sedan form, which launched here in July.

Noteably larger than its hatch mate, the Mirage Sedan also carries a higher starting price: $14,490 plus on-roads.

For more on both models, see our links below.

MORE: Mitsubishi Mirage News & Reviews
MORE: Mitsubishi | Light Cars

 

PRICING (excludes on-road costs)

  • Mirage hatch ES - manual - $11,490
  • Mirage hatch ES - auto - $13,490
  • Mirage hatch LS - manual - $12,990
  • Mirage hatch LS - auto - $14,990
 
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