Price (MSRP): $12,995 (Mirage) to $23,495 (Outlander)
Mitsubishi continues to focus on its lineup of fuel-efficient, practical vehicles. Manual and continuously variable automatic transmission options are available for all models except the i-MiEV.
This year, the subcompact Mirage hatchback receives new looks and optional Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility. It offers 47 cubic feet of cargo room with the rear seat folded down. Fuel economy for the Mirage is an EPA-estimated 37/43 mpg city/highway.
The all-new Mirage G4 is the subcompact 4-door sedan version that has many of the same options as regular Mirage.
The Lancer is a compact sedan that received exterior and interior updates last year. A 140-hp. 2.0-liter 4-cylinder comes standard, while a more powerful 168-hp, turbocharged 2.4-liter 4-cylinder is optional.
Currently, the least expensive electric vehicle on the market is the i-MiEV. It has an EPA-estimated range of 59 miles and three ways of charging. The standard CHAdeMO quick charger port allows the i-MiEV to be charged up to 80% in 30 minutes.
Mitsubishi also offers a couple of SUVs.
The Outlander Sport is a compact crossover for budget-conscious drivers. While the Outlander Sport does not have many available options as other vehicles in its class, it does offer some standard features like a 6.1-inch touchscreen, automatic climate control, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel that are usually only optional on other vehicles.
Moving up a size, the Outlander is a mid-size SUV that seats up to 7 passengers across 3 rows. It comes with a standard multimedia system that includes a 7-inch touchscreen and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility as well as plenty of active safety features.
The Lancer Evolution has been discontinued.