Mitsubishi’s tempting Mirage offers

February 6, 2019

The new 2019 Mitsubishi Mirage is available priced from £11,295 with finance options including a PCP offer with 5.9% APR, no minimum deposit, and up to £1,000 paid towards your deposit by Mitsubishi Motors.

The revised line-up for the Mirage is focused on providing variants at a competitive price point right in the heart of the small car segment. A new entry level Mirage 3 is available with a manual transmission and is £1,005 less than the outgoing Juro model, whilst the enhanced top specification Mirage 4 is available with manual or automatic transmission.

Powered by a 3 cylinder 1.2-litre MIVEC engine, the latest Mirage goes from standstill to 62mph in 12.7 seconds with 80hp and 106Nm torque. The vehicle has been engineered to meet the new real-world emissions regulations and returns from 107g/km CO2 (†NEDC Correlated) and up to 60.1mpg (†NEDC Correlated).

The Mirage 3 is still a well specified vehicle featuring 14-inch alloy wheels, LED rear lamps and a rear spoiler. The interior has air conditioning, leather steering wheel and Bluetooth with music streaming and a four-speaker audio system. It also features automatic rain sensors, keyless entry operating system with push button start and an Auto Stop and Go system. The Mirage 3 is available from £11,295.

The Mirage 4 adds specification over and above the Mirage 3 including, MGN (Mitsubishi Global Navigation) which includes integrated satellite navigation and DAB audio, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. It also includes climate control, cruise control and heated front seats, Bi-Xenon front headlamps, rear parking sensors and 15-inch alloy wheels. The Mirage 4 is available from £13,355.

Latest News

Evoque secures five star safety rating

The new Range Rover Evoque has been awarded a maximum five-star Euro NCAP
[...]

Ford launches limited edition Fiesta ST

Ford has introduced a special edition of the Fiesta ST, one year on
[...]

Check your number plates or face a fine

Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is urging drivers to ensure
[...]

VW tests autonomous cars in Hamburg

Volkswagen Group Research is testing automated vehicles in urban traffic in Hamburg. This
[...]

Dacia’s range-topping Techroad trim

Dacia has launched a new range-topping grade that will cost up to £700
[...]

Skoda announces its new Scala prices

Skoda has announced the prices and final trim specifications for the all-new Scala
[...]

New Toyota Prius gets intelligent AWD

The Toyota Prius is the world’s original and best-selling self-charging hybrid car, with
[...]

Mazda takes the wraps off new CX-30

Mazda drew the crowds to its stand at the Geneva Motor Show for
[...]

Fully pumped up Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

The mighty Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 1941 designed by Mopar made its European debut
[...]

Morgan sells off majority of company

Investindustrial has today announced the acquisition of a majority stake in Morgan Motor
[...]

Honda looks to an electrifying future

Honda announced the further acceleration of its electrification ambitions at the Geneva Motor
[...]

New models added to Corolla range

Toyota has revealed the first additions to its new Corolla range at the
[...]

Kia puts its Soul into EV motoring

The latest third generation Kia Soul EV has made its European debut at
[...]

New Korando lays down the gauntlet

SsangYong chose the Geneva Motor Show to unveil its all-new fourth generation Korando
[...]

McLaren’s Grand Tourer tease picture

McLaren has promised to redefine the rules of Grand Touring when it releases
[...]

Fun in the sun with VW’s concept buggy

Volkswagen is looking to put the fun back into summer with its concept
[...]