2017 Mitsubishi Mirage vs. 2017 Honda Fit
If you're looking for a sleek, capable subcompact that can do it all, the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage is worth a closer look. In fact, it's the most fuel-efficient non-hybrid vehicle on the market today! Step inside the cabin and you will find plenty of space for cargo and up to five passengers. There is also a variety of available premium features, including Apple CarPlay, full power accessories, keyless ignition and entry and much more.
With that said, what happens when the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage goes against the competition, like the 2017 Honda Fit? Not only does the Mirage have a lower MSRP than the Fit, but it's also more fuel-efficient and car shoppers get more for their money. In fact, for the price of the entry-level 2017 Honda Fit, you can choose the top-level 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage GT model.
|2017 Mitsubishi Mirage GT||VS||2017 Honda Fit LX w/ CVT|
|Standard||Apple CarPlay & Android Auto||N/A|
|6-speaker Rockford Fosgate||Audio System||4-speaker|
|37 city / 43 highway||Fuel Economy||33 city / 40 highway|
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When it comes down to the details, the two subcompacts couldn't be more different. The 2017 Honda Fit uses Magic Seat technology on its rear seat, which allow the rear seat to be folded nearly flush with the floor. The 2017 Mirage does things a bit differently and its seats fold flat, but not in the same fashion as the Fit, which gives the Fit a slight advantage in terms of cargo space. This is mainly due to the 2017 Honda Fit's larger size.
Truly, if you're looking for a nimble, athletic subcompact with plenty of features and functionality for its size, the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage is worth a closer look. See the difference for yourself with a test drive! Our award-winning team of experts can answer any question you might have. Stop by and see us today.