What’s New for the 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage and Mirage G4
Some drivers don’t need a large SUV to get around. For some drivers, less is better. The more fun you can fit into a small package, the better the driving experience. And for those drivers, the Mitsubishi Mirage is the perfect car.
The Mirage and Mirage G4, subcompact sedans, are perfect for city driving and simple trips to work or to run errands. With the 2020 model year on the horizon, we thought we’d take a look at what’s new for the Mirage prior to its expected November 2019 release date.
New Features for the 2020 Mirage
For the most part, the 2020 Mirage will be a carryover from the previous year, but there are a few changes to take note of. These include a new front grille design on the G4, which we don’t quite have pictures for yet.
But, both the Mirage and Mirage G4 also receive a new standard feature in the form of an Automatic Climate Control system. This now makes it the only vehicle that has this as a standard feature in the entire class.
Trim Changes for the Mirage G4
The Mirage G4 sees some additional changes than the standard Mirage model. To be specific, we are talking about changes to the available trim levels.
To start with, Mitsubishi will be discontinuing the ES trim. The ES was previously the entry level trim for the Mirage G4. Instead, Mitsubishi will be giving the Mirage G4 an LE trim level. Exactly where the LE trim will slot into the G4’s 3-trim level lineup is unclear, but our best guess for now is that it will become the entry level trim, just packed a little differently. That includes that newly standard Automatic Climate Control system we talked about.
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When they go on sale later this year, the Mirage will have a starting MSRP of $13,995, while the Mirage G4 will start with an MSRP of $14,995, which gets you that sedan styling. To learn more about the latest Mitsubishi news, be sure to check back to the D&E Mitsubishi blog.