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At a Glance

2013-Present Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback

People stormed Mitsubishi dealerships nationwide when then launched the Mirage hatchback in 2013. It immediately became one of the company's best-sellers thanks to a number of reasons. The more popular four-door sedan came out soon after, but the focus of this topic is the original five-door hatch.

There were several variants available upon launch, along with a variety of funky limited-edition colors. At the time, it was one of the cars that proved you didn't need a lot of money to get a lot of car. It was also proof that a budget car didn't have to be basic. The Mirage ushered in several firsts in its class thanks to features found in larger cars.

The Mirage Hatchback was given a facelift in 2016 and local production began a year after that. Prices also crept up by that time, putting it on par with more expensive subcompact hatchbacks. Then, in 2021, Mitsubishi simplified the line-up to just one variant, removed several features, and limited the color choices to just two.

Pros Cons
  • Maintenance costs are inexpensive
  • Its rivals handle better
  • Generally comfortable ride
  • Kalampagin, especially higher-mileage models
  • Fantastic fuel economy plus large(ish) fuel tank for its class
  • Starter issues in early batch models
  • Light controls means easy maneuverability
  • Aircon problems in pre-2016 versions
  • Quieter, more refined in post-2016 versions

Good buy or goodbye?

As much as possible, we'd recommend avoiding the pre-facelift models or the ones made before 2016. Those seem to carry a fair bit of issues, and the age of those vehicles won't do it any favors. However, if you can find a good deal on one of those, make sure it's well cared for with just a few kilometers on the clock.

The post-facelift and locally-assembled versions are much better to buy and to own. By that time, Mitsubishi had ironed out most of its kinks and made the car even more solid than before. Because of that, its running and repair costs are lower, and you also feel the greater benefits of its comfortable ride, fantastic fuel economy, and wonderful maneuverability. It won't excite you, nor will it engage you, but the Mirage is a good buy for those who need a lot of car for the money. That also makes them fantastic value in the used car market.


  • 1.2 GLX M/T (2013-2021)
  • 1.2 GLX CVT (2013-2021)
  • 1.2 GLS M/T (2013-2021)
  • 1.2 GLS CVT (2013-2021)
  • 1.2 M/T (2021-current)
  • 1.2 CVT (2021-current)

Dimensions and capacities

  • Length: 3,795 mm
  • Width:1,665 mm
  • Height: 1,500 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2,450 mm
  • Fuel tank capacity: 35 Liters
  • Max. cargo area: N/A
  • Ground Clearance: 160 mm
  • Wading depth: N/A mm



  • 1.2-liter, gas, 3-cylinder in-line, 12-valve DOHC, MIVEC

Max power: 

  • 78 HP

Max torque: 

  • 100 Nm

Transmission options:

  • 5-speed manual
  • Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)

Driven wheels:

  • Front-wheel drive

Fuel economy and range

  • City: 11.8 km/l (1.2 GLS CVT)
  • Highway: 18.0 km/l (1.2 GLS CVT)
  • Estimated range: 413 km to 630 km per full tank



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