Mitsubishi Mirage Sedan Displayed Proudly In Toronto
February 14th, 2014 1:20 PM Share
Not content to let Nissan steal their A-segment thunder, Mitsubishi brought out their Mirage G4 sedan, which was locked and on a turntable, next to an Evo and a Mirage hatchback. In person, the G4 looks just as pinched and stretched as photos make it out to be.
Published February 14th, 2014 1:20 PM
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- MaintenanceCosts Removing hardware that is already present in a physical machine you bought is theft. Someone affected should sue Tesla for conversion.It's just one more example of the sort of sharp business practices that you expect with Elmo at the helm..
- Theflyersfan Needed an updated picture of Philadelphia to replace the rather nice ones above.
- Arthur Dailey Any vehicle with a continental hump, even if vestigial, gets a thumbs up from me.
- KOKing Actually a place called Sector111 in Temecula, CA was importing them for sale in the US starting around 2012. A friend had a shop right next door, and I recall seeing the very first one the owner imported for himself, and would bring it out to promote at various local events. Also shows this thing's been around for a while.
- KevinB A $300 fine for me would be an "ouch". For someone else it may mean the electric bill doesn't get paid and there won't be enough gas to get to work.
First of all, Mitsubishi has an ASSEMBLY PLANT HERE. They are not going anywhere for the near future. It would cost them way too much to shut down here, unlike Suzuki. Secondly, the Mirage hatch is now Mitsu's best selling car line. Laugh all you want, but for $13k, it has a lot of kit standard (ok, I read too many British mags) and gets great mileage. Read the owner reviews. So why not add a sedan version too? Some people just don't want to buy a USED "whatever" car. They like the idea of getting something brand new, however modest it might be.
Oversized body rolling on absurdly small wheels. A typically Indian design where a large body has been mated to an existing platform to hit the combined targets of interior cabin space and cost reduction.