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The Most Common Mitsubishi Mirage Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Mitsubishi Mirage. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Mirage

The Mitsubishi Mirage is the hatchback version of the company’s Mirage G4 sedan. Production started in 2013 and with it the Japanese automaker attempts to rival the market’s top dogs, such as the Hyundai Accent and Kia Rio. However, it fails to come close to these hatchbacks in pretty much every way.

Fuel efficiency is perhaps the only good thing about this Mirage. Besides this, it offers terrible performance, a terrible interior and an overall terrible time from the moment you step in the cabin, until the moment you step out. Unless there are no other cars in the showroom, you should stay as far away from the Mitsubishi as humanly possible.

The problems start from under the hood, with a terrible choice of engine. All Mirage’s come equipped with a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine, that produces just 78 horsepower. This makes it one of the least powerful vehicles on the market, and you can tell as soon as you put your foot on the gas. Whilst it’s capable around town, going on an open road is almost impossible with the Mirage, as you can barely reach 70 miles per hour.

The engine is at least economical, and the fuel warning light won’t pop up as quickly as with competitors, like the Chevrolet Spark.

The ride of the Mitsubishi Mirage is unrefined and uncomfortable. Firstly, a lot of engine noise and vibration seeps its way into the cabin, which makes any journey incredibly unpleasant. The suspension is firm and makes you feel like you’re going to break your back whenever you go over a bump. Finally, the steering is slow and inaccurate, which means you can’t even have fun around tight bends.

The interior of the Mirage is equally terrible, being comprised of low-quality materials which feel like they’re going to break every time you touch them.