Mitsubishi Mirage Now $9,998 In Canada

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler
mitsubishi mirage now 9 998 in canada

Well, looks like the Mitsubishi Mirage is now available for less than $10,000 CAD. For you Americans out there, that’s roughly $8,000 for a brand new car. And you have two other choices as well.

Hat tip Darin at M irage Forum.

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  • Wstarvingteacher Wstarvingteacher on Jan 23, 2015

    For all the badmouthing I hear given to Mitsubishi the anecdotal evidence I have seen goes the other direction. They are normally high mileage vehicles that start and run (and probably leak oil). They are owned by people who cannot or will not repair them. I have seen a number of them over the years and that has always been true. Two of them were montero sports that I found to be very attractive. Ran across my 4runner first and am not sorry but sure would have considered them. My own experience was with a ram50. I drove one and had several servicemen who had one also. I don't need a commuter but sure would consider this if I did. Like many other cars it seems that the people who badmouth mitsubishi haven't driven them.

    • Sjalabais Sjalabais on Jan 24, 2015

      I'm not into the "oh, aren't they dead yet"-circle, but friends who've owned them have had expensive layouts. Manual transmissions seem to be programmed to go at 150000km. Looked at a 7-seater Spacewagon once, ten years old, it was wimsy, used up, rusted out and generally tired. Nobody be fooled that you're not getting what you're paying for.

  • Akear Akear on Jan 23, 2015

    Since there is no such thing as a bad car today this Miage could be the deal of the century. Image paying under $10,000 for a car that will probably last a 150,000 miles. This is just the car college students are looking for today.

  • EAF EAF on Jan 23, 2015

    Mirage + $25k saved > Golf RS400.

  • Sjalabais Sjalabais on Jan 24, 2015

    Same car, different name, different price: Yes, 112000 NOK for the base model 1.0-70 Inform is 17900 CAD. Grumble. It is advertised as Norway's cheapest car though.