2014 Mitsubishi Mirage
The Mitsubishi Mirage continues its inspirational journey with its 2014 model, maintaining its USP of being a very cost-effective yet fun car to drive. The 2014 Mitsubishi continues to inspire sub compact car buyers, and the reasons for this are many. Let’s take a look at some of them.
Spacious Cabin and Trunk
For its size, the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage is both spacious and practical. You’ll find plenty of room for your cargo in the 2014 Mirage as its boot is bigger than that of previous models. You can create further space by folding down 60/40.The 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage ensures a comfortable experience for passengers as its cabin features a decent amount of head and leg room. Also, you’ll find a range of decent sized compartments where you can store all your bits and pieces in this car. This ensures a good amount of storage space.
Good Fuel Efficiency And Enjoyable Drive
In order to ensure fuel efficiency, Mitsubishi has built the 2014 Mirage as light as they possibly could. In fact, good fuel economy is one of the best things about this car. The 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage has an excellent EPA rating for the city and the highway. Additionally, it emits very little grams per mile of carbon dioxide.
The 2014 Mitsubishi is an easy car to drive as a result of its lightweight controls. However, this is something you”d expect from a car in this category. Designed with the city in mind, it has an excellent turning circle, and the responsive controls make the drive even more fluid. The 2015 Mirage comes with a lot of benefits. However, it also has plenty of cons which we’re going to discuss next.
The Flip Side
The car comes with its fair share of cons. The first of which is the fact that you can only get the automatic if you opt for the top trim level. This means that you need to pay extra for things such as leather bound steering wheels, fifteen-inch alloy rims and key less entry. People who want something a little more basic won’t like this too much.
Now, we move onto the interior quality of this car. The touch materials in this car feel like something you’ll find in a car built in the 1900s. However, they do have a strikingly good appearance. Also, the drive of the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage isn’t exactly great. The reasons for this include the fidgety ride at high speeds, Wallowly handling, and weird steering. Since the Mitsubishi Mirage has a low powered small three-cylinder engine, don’t expect quick speeds when you venture out of the city and onto the highway. Additionally, the funny wind chime noise that sounds through the car makes the experience even worse.
The overall affordability and reliability of the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage gives it an edge over its competitors. If you want to test drive this car or you want take a look at other used cars then visit Findlay Auto located in Las Vegas.