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2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 Overview

Mark Vallet
Automotive Editor - June 10, 2016

The Mirage was the second best-selling car in the Mitsubishi line-up in 2015 so the automaker decided to broaden the Mirage’s appeal by adding a sedan version to mix, hence the Mirage G4.

While not a speed demon, the G4 is a great looking sedan that is easy on the eyes and with a starting price of $13,995, it’s also easy on your wallet. An EPA combined fuel-economy rating of 39 mpg with the automatic transmission ensures the savings will continue at the gas pump.

What's New for 2017

The Mirage G4 is a completely new vehicle being introduced for the 2017 model year.

Choosing Your G4

The G4 is basically a Mirage Hatchback with a trunk instead of a hatch. The trunk gives you a respectable 12.3 cubic feet of capacity, and additional 3.2 inches of legroom for rear passengers. The G4 is powered by a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that produces 78 horsepower and is paired with either a five-speed manual or an optional CVT automatic.

While you are not going to be winning any drag races, the fuel-sipping engine gives the G4 the best fuel economy numbers in this category.

The G4, like the Mirage hatch gets an updated gauge cluster and steering wheel for the 2017 model year. The interior fabrics have also been upgraded. The G4 comes standard with some nice features including keyless entry, an engine immobilizer and power windows and locks.

Option packages on the G4 are extremely limited but there are a few choices when it comes to equipping the latest addition to the Mirage family. A fully loaded SE version comes in at a very affordable $17,830.

The Mirage G4 is available in two trim levels: ES and the SE.


The ES starts at $13,995 with a five-speed manual transmission, which puts its starting price exactly $1,000 above the Mirage Hatchback. Moving up to the CVT automatic pushes the starting price up to $15,195.

The ES is never going to be considered a luxury vehicle but it does come with some nice standard features. Electronic power steering assist makes the G4 easy to pilot and a standard USB port ensures you can stay connected out on the road.

An $800 smart phone display package adds a 6.5-inch display with a smartphone link that includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A rearview camera, leather wrapped steering wheel, audio and Bluetooth controls, cruise control and an auto dimming rearview mirror with homelink is also included in this package.

A cheaper, $300 rear camera package gives you the rearview camera system and the auto dimming rearview mirror.

These are the only option packages available, but a number of accessories can be added. A $1,375 exterior upgrade adds front, side and rear air dams as well as a rear lip spoiler to give the G4 a sportier look. You can also add rear parking sensors ($355) and all weather floor mats for $125.


The SE comes standard with big interior upgrades when compared to the ES. Starting at $16,995 the SE has the same engine as the ES but is only available with the CVT automatic transmission.

The SE has heated front seats, automatic climate control, keyless entry and pushbutton start. A set of 15-inch dark chrome alloy wheels gives it a sleek and sporty look.

The SE comes standard with most the equipment that was optional on the ES. The 6.5 audio display, rearview camera, auto dimming mirror and a Bluetooth phone system are all included on the SE trim.

Since the SE comes pretty much fully loaded, there are no optional packages offered—but plenty of accessories allow you to trick out your G4. A remote engine start adds $495 to the price and LED daytime running lights are going for $345.

CarsDirect Tip

If you are looking for a very basic commuter you can’t go wrong with the ES. The best-in-class 42 MPG on the highway makes the Mirage G4 not only affordable to buy but cheap to operate as well. Upgrading to the smartphone display package give the ES the communication functionality that most of us need these days.

In the end, if you can afford the slight bump in price, the SE is probably the better buy. The upgraded standard features are well worth the price and the alloy wheels give it a sportier look.

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