Budget-priced Mirage now starts at $11,490.
It’s been a runaway sales success for Mitsubishi but despite the models popularity the Mirage now starts from just $11,490.
That’s a generous $1,500 less than the previous starting point for the Mitsubishi Mirage, the changes have been introduced to keep the hatch version of the Mirage in line with the sedan variant introduced in July – namely two specification levels ES and LS.
Aside from the price-drop, Mitsubishi has also worked to improve the refinement of the budget-priced offering with improved NVH, along with the addition of Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), a new all black interior trim and short antenna, while LS models gain cruise control and privacy glass.
Mitsubishi Motors Australia Executive Director of Marketing Tony Principe said now, even more than ever, the Mirage offers an unbeatable mix of style, value and safety.
“Mirage has been a great success story for Mitsubishi – its combination of great features, good looks, fuel efficiency, strong safety credentials and low running costs make it a very attractive car for value-conscious buyers,” he said.
“With cruise control and privacy glass now standard on LS, new interior trim and NVH improvements across the range, the 2015 Mirage hatch is now even better value.”
Check out our recent review of the Mitsubishi Mirage here.