The budget-busting Mitsubishi Mirage micro-car looks set to possibly feature an improved infotainment system for 2018.
Not yet confirmed for Australia, Mitsubishi Motors in the U.S. has just released details of the updated Mirage and say the model will come with a new 7” touchscreen display audio unit.
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The 2018 car boasts a welcome addition – a reverse camera, and buyers will also get steering wheel-mounted Bluetooth switches.
The lack of a better infotainment system/reverse camera has most likely cost the model local sales, as the Holden alternative, the Spark, has had these available for some time.
But the Japanese car company say the system does brings Bluetooth phone and audio streaming.
The touchscreen replaces the outdated LED/buttons currently found in the Mirage.
The new features, again in the U.S., relate to the entry-level ES model and we will keep you updated with further news regarding the 2018 Mitsubishi Mirage as they come to hand.
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