newcars.com®

New 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage Price, Photos, Reviews & Features

Add to Favorites  |   |   Print Page
New 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage Exterior

Pricing

EPA Fuel Economy (MPG)

  • City: 33 - 37
  • Highway: 41 - 43

Consumer Reviews Summary

Overall Rating:
5/5
Value:
5/5
Exterior:
4.7/5
Interior:
5/5
Comfort:
5/5
Performance:
4.7/5
Reliability:
5/5

3 of 3 (100%) customers said they would recommend this vehicle to a friend.

Read Consumer Reviews »

2017 Mitsubishi Mirage Overview

One of the most affordable cars on sale today gets an extensive update for the 2017 model year. The update adds new styling inside and out, powertrain improvements and more technology features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Three trims are available: the ES, SE, and GT.

Exterior
The Mirage's new exterior design is an overhaul, front to back, with updates to the hood, grille, front and rear bumpers, fog and headlights, rear spoiler and the wheels. Replacing the old slitlike front grille is a larger opening, with available chrome accents adding some needed spice to what used to be a rather mundane front end.

Fog lights are now surrounded by black plastic, which blends into the lower air intake and gives the Mirage a wider, more stylish appearance. New LED daytime running light accents are now available as well. Mitsubishi claims that the changes also make the Mirage lighter, which should help fuel economy.

Interior
Inside, the 2017 Mirage also gets an update with new seat fabrics, a new steering wheel and a restyled instrument panel. Technology options now include a 300-watt Rockford-Fosgate audio system that comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This is the first time those systems will be offered by Mitsubishi in the U.S.

Under the Hood
Returning is the same 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine, but it does get mechanical upgrades (including a new camshaft) that bumps horsepower to 78, 4 more hp than last year. Transmission options include a five-speed manual or a continuously variable transmission. Mitsubishi says updates to the steering along with added stiffness to the front suspension should provide better handling and stability. Larger brake discs up front and larger drums in the rear should also improve the Mirage's braking.

Safety
Seven airbags are standard (including dual front, side-impact, side curtain and driver's knee) along with the federally mandated antilock brakes and an electronic stability control system. CVT-equipped models also come with hill start assist to prevent rollback on inclines.

Overview courtesy of Cars.com

Read 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage consumer reviews »

Don't Overpay for Your New Mitsubishi Mirage

Take the first step to a great deal on your dream car with a free, no obligation Internet price quote!

  • Save Time and Money
  • Get Internet Discounts
  • Make Dealers Compete

Cars.com™ Cash Offers

Get cash for your old vehicle »

*MSRP and Invoice prices listed do not include applicable gas tax and destination charges.