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New Mitsubishi Mirage: prices, specifications and CO2 emissions

Mitsubishi is now accepting orders for the facelifted Mirage, with prices starting at £10,550.

The revisions give the brand’s smallest car a sharper and more dynamic exterior as well as more elegant interior designs.

It adopts the ‘dynamic shield’ front design, as seen on the Outlander and new L200.

New LED headlights give the car an improved road presence and, combined with its new grille, the Mirage looks more aggressive than before.

Visibility is also improved, thanks to the multi-bulb units.

The rear is also given a wider and more beefed-up look with a new squared-off bumper and L-signature horizontal LED combination lamps.

Finishing off the car’s new look are 15-inch alloy wheels with two-tone diamond-cut styling. Customers can also choose from two new colour choices: White Diamond and Sand Yellow.

Interior quality and comfort has been lifted with soft-touch trim pieces, improved decorative trims and synthetic level upper dash panels.

A redesigned front arm rest gives greater functionality and the seats have been upgraded with new piping and stitching.

The new Mirage is available with Mitsubishi’s new Smartphone Display Audio (SDA) system with a seven-inch touchscreen. The SDA system offers full smartphone connectivity including Bluetooth hands-free calling and both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The three-variant line up now adopts the nomenclature of the rest of the range, with the entry-level Verve, mid-range Design and high-specification limited number First Edition.

Mitsubishi has continued to use an 80PS 1.2-litre, three-cylinder MIVEC petrol engine but with improved economy and emissions. A five-speed manual is standard, with a CVT automatic option on Design and First Edition models.

The Mitsubishi Mirage Verve is equipped with remote central locking, electric windows and mirrors, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, a rear spoiler, air conditioning, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and Bluetooth connectivity, including music streaming.

The Design version adds 15-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry and start, SDA audio system, faux leather and fabric seats, height adjustable passenger’s seat, rear privacy glass, electric folding door mirrors and a leather-trimmed gear lever.

The First Edition includes Forward Collision Mitigation system (FCM), LED headlights and DRLs, rear parking sensors, cruise control, heated front seats, climate control and front fog lights.

Mitsubishi Mirage prices, mpg and CO2 emissions:


OTR Price



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Verve manual





Design manual





Design auto





First Edition manual





First Edition auto







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