Mitsubishi has introduced the Mirage and Attrage minor change, which are expected to battle it out with new models in the eco car market including the Nissan Almera and Honda City.
Styling improvements include a new front hood, front grille with red accent, front bumper, redesigned Bi-LED headlamps with Daytime Running Lights, new fog lamps, new LED tail lamps and new 15-inch alloy wheels. The Mirage also comes with a rear spoiler.
The interior features high-contrast combination meters with carbon-pattern design, new synthetic leather seats for the Attrage and new synthetic leather/fabric seats for the Mirage. They also come with power window switch panels with carbon-pattern print and cloth insert door trim.
There’s a 7-inch smartphone-link display audio (SDA), compatible with Apple CarPlay. The system also supports Siri voice commands and Bluetooth connection.
Several upmarket features have also been thrown in such as cruise control, automatic air-conditioning, Keyless Operation System (KOS) with One Touch System, and rearview camera.
Both are equipped with Forward Collision Mitigation System-Low Speed Range (FCM-LS), Radar Sensing Misacceleration Mitigation System-Forward (RMS-Forward), Hill Start Assist (HSA), Active Stability Control (ASC), and Traction Control System (TCL).
There are dual SRS airbags for the driver and front passenger as standard, but no side airbags or window airbag options.
|Attrage GLX MT||Bt 494,000|
|Attrage GLX CVT||Bt 529,000|
|Attrage GLS CVT||Bt 579,000|
|Attrage GLS-LTD CVT||Bt 624,000|
|Mirage GLX MT||Bt 474,000|
|Mirage GLX CVT||Bt 509,000|
|Mirage GLS CVT||Bt 574,000|
|Mirage GLS – LTD CVT||Bt 619,000|