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2021 Mitsubishi Mirage Review – An Overview

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2021 Mitsubishi Mirage Review – An Overview

The 2021 Mitsubishi Mirage is a subcompact model of the popular, and much loved, Mitsubishi Eclipse. It shares many of its features, such as the two step engine up to five speeds, but it also has several unique design elements that set it apart from its competitors. One of these unique design elements is the fact that the car comes with a factory warranty for one year on all frame parts and an additional three years on the main drive. It is also equipped with automatic gear changes and deceleration control similar to that of many modern vehicles. In this review we will take a look at the fuel economy of the new Mitsubishi.
| 2021 Mitsubishi Mirage Review – An Overview

The 2021 Mitsubishi Mirage is a subcompact model of the popular, and much loved, Mitsubishi Eclipse. It shares many of its features, such as the two step engine up to five speeds, but it also has several unique design elements that set it apart from its competitors. One of these unique design elements is the fact that the car comes with a factory warranty for one year on all frame parts and an additional three years on the main drive. It is also equipped with automatic gear changes and deceleration control similar to that of many modern vehicles. In this review we will take a look at the fuel economy of the new Mitsubishi.

The all-wheel drive system in the 2021 Mitsubishi mirage is located behind the seating in the front. This location provides an easy manner of shifting the weight of the entire vehicle to the rear wheels, so that the extra power of the drive system can be put to good use. The all-wheel drive helps increase fuel economy by reducing the time spent in the gas station, which helps keep the total fuel cost down.

The all-wheel drive helps the fuel economy of the new Mitsubishi Mirage, which reaches a reported average of 17 mpg in comparison to its competition. As was previously mentioned in the annal of the review, the boost in economy provided by the subcompact model is aided by the fuel-efficiency offered by the Eclipse tires. During our review of the Nissan Eclipse we noted that while the all-wheel drive system offered a noticeable improvement in fuel economy, the size and shape of the tires also made a difference. The new, and larger, diameter tires that are found in the new Mirage helped to reduce the profile of the automobile by nearly two inches, which greatly helped with both fuel economy and aerodynamics. Overall, the new Mirage offers great fuel efficiency, great design, and a stylish, sporty, and affordable vehicle – which makes it one of the most popular subcompact vehicles on the market today.

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