Published: April 30, 2014
Mitsubishi Mirage ES, a vehicle that sees delivery in some third-world countries, can be retrofitted with technology for the US market so easily. That is a testament to our aftermarket and a little planning on Mitsubishi’s part.
What is so special about 2014 Mirage ES?
The 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage will be one of the least expensive new cars available, and while its 74-hp 4-cylinder isn’t a powerhouse, it offers great fuel economy. Also, despite its low price and compact 148-inch length, the Mirage still has a practical side. It offers four full-size doors plus a hatchback with space in the back for cargo. Inside, the Mirage will even offer a touchscreen infotainment system which is an unexpected but welcome bonus at its budget price point.
There is one simple toggle switch on the steering wheel that handles volume and scrolling. The navigation systemon the Mirage’s head unit automatically zooms in and zooms out on the map based on vehicle speed and your next turn.
Find out more about the Mirage ES in this featured video.