5 Things We Love About The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 SE #ad

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I recently had the pleasure of driving the The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 SE for a week to review. A week that included five days of driving to and from the office (23 miles each way), several trips to the store, and a little bit of driving our teenage daughter and her friends around town.

This was not my first time driving a Mitsubishi Mirage. But the 2017 is an all-new sub-compact sedan, a sibling to the well-established Mirage hatchback that I once drove. The Mirage is still a sporty little car, and really fun to drive. I was able to zip through my errands in no time. I love that this car is easy to maneuver, and that it fit’s into smaller parking spots. It might not look like it, but it also has a decent amount of trunk space. Not a huge amount, but fair for it’s size. It’s very well designed.

Speaking of design, this vehicle features all of the exciting, and modern gadgets that you would expect from Mitsubishi, along with some major improvements. The Mirage G4 brings a fresh dose of clean style, environmental consciousness, affordability and value.

“Meet the new 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage – the fuel economy efficient, smart and stylish way to get around.”

Five things we love about the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 SE:

1.Superior fuel economy and super-low Greenhouse Gas Emissions make the Mirage G4 one of the top environmentally conscious gas-powered sedans in the industry.
My family works hard to make the most environmentally friendly choices that we can in everyday life. I love knowing that Mitsubishi is also making that effort. Makes me feel a whole lot better about driving one of their cars.

2.Offers unexpected connectivity in a sub-compact car with Apple CarPlayTM support and Android AutoTM.
This is a nice feature. I love it when I can connect easily.

3.Powered by a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine.
Which means it is amazing on gas mileage. I drove the entire week on less than one tank of gas.

4.Advanced seven (7) air bag SRS system including driver’s side knee air bag, dual-stage front air bags with occupant seat position sensors, front seat mounted side-impact air bags and front and rear curtain side air bags.
Mitsubishi taking that extra step to help keep us safe while on the road. I love it!

5.FAST Key passive entry system with Push Button Start.

This is a great help when you are juggling a lot at once. Some days we just seem to not have enough hands. On those days, these options can feel like a little favor.

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This is a very fun ride, with all of my favorite features. Priced low with excellent gas mileage, it’s a great way to save money. The first few days took me a little getting used to, as I normally drive a 6-cylinder beast daily. But once I was used to the feel of the car, I really, really liked it. I prefer the sedan style of the The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 SE to the classic Mirage Hatchback. Yet, still hold my opinion this is a one to three person vehicle for the best comfort. The motor is also a bit noisy at times, which by the end of the week I wasn’t noticing as much. Though she may not be the strongest, she is smart, pretty and fun. A great choice for a college student, or single driver. Honestly, a great choice for anyone looking for superior fuel economy and super-low greenhouse gas emissions, because if you ask me, that is what really makes her a winner.

Learn more about The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage by visiting www.mitsubishicars.com/mirage

Disclosure: I was delivered a 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage to drive for seven days. No monetary compensation has been exchanged. The opinions express are honest and my own. I was not asked or influenced in any way to write a positive review. I am disclosing this information as part of the legal FTC blogger regulations.

Comments

  1. I have always been curious about the cars with the push button start. I see them on TV all the time, but I have never driven one. It seems like it would be very convenient, but can kids start it, too, by just pushing the button?

  2. Vera Bortolotto says:

    I love the fact that it is environmentally friendly. People dont seem to understand the importance of that anymore. The Merage looks like a great car!

  3. We are actually in the market for a second car. I love that this car has so many features for an individual and also a family. The push button start is definitely a convenient feature. I will share this post with my husband and we’ll check this car out for sure.

  4. Ali Rost says:

    What a timely post. We’ve been talking about getting a new car. This is wonderful .. easy on the environment along with a push-button start. It also looks chic and sophisticated on the inside and out! Thanks for your review

  5. They have come A LONG way since I had a Mirage! lol. I had a 1980 something hatchback mirage. I called it my mail car because it was white with a red and blue stripe down the sides, lol! But, I absolutely love the Mitsubishi brand. They make quality cars. I had that one for ages and had a 99 Gallant for a long time too.

  6. The inside of a car is very important to me compared to the outside. This one looks great inside and I love all to advanced features that the car has. Also a plus that its good on mileage, nobody wants to pay tons on gas.

  7. I honestly didn’t know much about the Mitsubishi cars before reading your post. I am really impressed with the super-low greenhouse emissions and low gas mileage. That alone would make me want to investigate it further.

  8. Its so pretty inside! My husband is looking for a new car. going to show him this one. I think it would fit his needs well. I love the look of this car – inside and out!

  9. Oh wow. This mirage is clean and sleek . The interior is looks great too.

  10. I am always amazed at the new features that they add to vehicles every year. The Mitsubishi Mirage looks like a great vehicle. Gas mileage is always a big thing for us, because we are always on the road.

  11. Liz
    Twitter: yesnofilms
    says:

    Very good-looking car! I don’t think I’ve ever drove a Mitsubishi, but I’d consider it based on your review.

  12. Rachel Dean says:

    I’ve never been in a Mitsubishi. This one sounds like a great car. Thanks for the review!

  13. These always looks and sound fantastic. I just bought a new car or I would look into it.

  14. That looks beautiful, many thanks for sharing your review.