Mitsubishi has an solution for people asking exactly where all the no-frills, super-lightweight subcompact automobiles with massive gas mileage and a reduced MSRP have gone. The 2014 Mirage is of that ilk, with up to forty mpg combined EPA fuel-economy ratings and a starting up cost of $ 13,790 with location and a manual transmission include $ 1,000 for the automated transmission and its 40 mpg mixed rating.
2014 Mitsubishi Mirage Evaluation
The 4-door hatchback’;s micro dimension does not depart a lot room for rear passengers or cargo. Frugal commuters may possibly not put also much relevance on how several golf bags fit in the hatch without folding the seats — zero, actually — but the Mirage’;s little dimension outcomes in a fuel-friendly 2,000 lbs.
The backseat folds in a normal 60/40 split there is 17.2 cubic feet of area behind the seat. Autos.com news editor Jennifer Geiger was stunned by the spec:
“In reality, this number stunned me due to the fact it actually does not look like that considerably room. A broad opening and reduced liftover help, even so, and I was able to wedge a small umbrella stroller back there.”
There’;s 47 cubic feet of maximum cargo space with the rear seat folded, while rivals like the Chevrolet Spark and Scion iQ have 31.2 cubic feet and 16.6 cubic feet, respectively. See our cargo animation under to view how effectively the Mirage carries luggage, a stroller and purchasing bags.
Cars.com pictures by Evan Sears