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2016 Mitsubishi Mirage

2017 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE: With a sleek, redesign exterior, enhanced interior appointments, new infotainment system and increased horsepower, the 2017 Mirage five-door subcompact will be a big attraction at the Chicago Auto Show's Mitsubishi exhibit. Visually, the '17 Mirage wears a new front fascia with chrome upper and lower grille, new hood, HID automatic on/off headlights, beveled fog lamps, a rear spoiler, LED taillamps and wheels alloy wheel designs. In the front, the bumper is garnished with LED day-time running lights. The 2017 Mirage is available in ES, SE and GT trim levels, each front-wheel drive and equipped with a 78 horsepower 1.2-liter 3-cylinder DOHC engine featuring the latest version of Mitsubishi's electronic control variable valve-timing system. Buyers have the choice between a five-speed manual gearbox and the continuously-variable transmission. Complementing the drivetrain, Mitsubishi engineers optimized the handling and stability of the new Mirage and added bigger diameter disc brakes in front and the rear drum brakes. To cut curb weight while possessing excellent structural rigidity, the Mirage is built with high-tensile steel to key sections of its body and chassis, which gives the vehicle a very low curb weight of 1,973 lbs. The 2017 Mirage is the first Mitsubishi model to make available the popular Android Auto and Apple CarPlay infotainment system in the U.S. Also, a 300-watt Rockford Fosgate audio system is available. There are amenity and accessory packages available including push-button start, Bluetooth, LED Illumination, front and rear park assist sensors, exterior, and chrome packages, as well as a navigation package that includes an SD Card-based navigation system with rearview camera. Fresh exterior colors include Wine Red, Sunrise Orange, Sapphire Blue, Infra Red, Pearl White, Mystic Black, Starlight Silver, Mercury Gray. The five-passenger interior offers rear cargo room from 17.2-cu.ft. with rear seats up, to 47-cu. ft. when rear seats are down. 
 

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