2019 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE G4 REDESIGN, RELEASE DATE, PRICE, & SPY SHOTS – The 2019 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 debuted at the New York auto show these days as a follow-up to the Mirage hatch introduced a handful of years back. The Mirage G4 delivers the same powertrain as the 2019 Mirage hatch: a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine generating 78 hp and 74 lb-ft of torque. Mitsubishi claims the G4 will slot “at the top of its class input together fuel efficiency.” The hatch version maxes out at 37/43/39 mpg city/highway/merged.
And like the hatch, the sedan provides Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone compatibility. But it’s not the only subcompact car to do it.
Mitsubishi introduced a rejuvenated 2019 Mirage hatch at the L.A. auto show last year. It debuted Mitsubishi’s new business grille and brought new LED taillights to the blend. Furthermore, it ushered in new seat textile, new transfer panel, and other updates to the interior.
Despite complaints of its slow-moving velocity, the Mitsubishi Mirage has performed comparatively properly in terms of sales. Last year, Mitsubishi sold 21,515 replicates, making it the automaker’s second very best-marketing model after the Outlander Sport. It’s likely that the sedan will undercut the previously low price of the Mirage hatch, which comes in at $13,830. If the sedan is priced lower than Nissan’s Versa sedan at $12,825, the G4 could turn out to be the cheapest car in the U.S.