Price Range (MSRP): $12,995 (Mirage) to $34,995 (Lancer Evolution)
Mitsubishi offers a five vehicle lineup for 2015, ranging from the affordable Mirage to the high-performance Lancer Evolution (or Evo for short).
The subcompact Mirage is the smallest gasoline car in Mitsubishi's lineup, sliding in beneath the compact Lancer sedan. The Mirage returned to US shores last year after not being sold in the states since 2002. It is the most affordable Mitsubishi you can buy and also offers 40 combined mpg, making it the most fuel-efficient non-hybrid car for sale today.
The Lancer compact is offered in two different ways: Lancer (sedan) and Lancer Sportback (hatchback).
For those looking for extra practicality, the Lancer Sportback is a hatchback alternative to the sedan, keeping the same styling upfront but adding a sharply sloped hatch to the rear which improves cargo room.
This will be the final year for the Lancer Evolution and the high-performance rally car for the street rides off into the sunset with its 291-hp turbocharged engine and standard all-wheel drive.
Rounding things out are a pair of crossovers. The Outlander Sport is the smaller of the two and seats five passengers.
The Outlander is larger, with seating for seven across three rows. It got a complete redesign in 2014, which installed a flowing, rounded design and an upgraded interior with more standard features and tech options. Engine choices include a four-cylinder mated to a CVT or a 224-hp V-6 that comes with a six-speed automatic and standard all-wheel drive.