TEST-DRIVE THE 2021 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE G4 TODAY
If you’re looking for great value in a sub-compact car, the 2021 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is a fine option. Much like its hatchback sibling, the G4 sedan comes with a host of competitive standard features and is a sporty-looking little car that you simply can’t beat on pricing.
BIG VALUE IN A SMALL PACKAGE
With its 78-hp, 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine, the Mirage G4 delivers exceptional fuel economy both in the city and on the highway. You can expect to achieve up to 35/41 mpg respectively, which are very competitive numbers even in the sub-compact market.
PRICING ON THE 2021 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE G4
Ranging from $15,565 for the ES trim to $18,440 for the SE, this is a vehicle that’s priced to perfection. As you can see from the breakdown of trim levels below, Mitsubishi has managed to include many premium features at each price point while still keeping buyers well within a reasonable budget.
THE MIRAGE ES
The base ES is the only trim level that comes with a five-speed manual transmission (or if you prefer, a CVT automatic). Both the ES hatchback and G4 sedan come with a 7.0-inch touchscreen, soft-touch cloth interior, and 14-inch wheels.
THE MIRAGE LE
For about $1,000 more, the LE adds standard CVT and 15-inch alloy wheels (or 14-inch wheels for the hatchback).
THE MIRAGE CARBONITE EDITION
New for 2021, this trim level adds some unique cosmetic enhancements, such as front and rear valances, decals, and side accents.
THE MIRAGE SE
The top-of-the-line SE model adds LED headlights, fog lights, automatic high-beams, chrome accents on the gauge cluster, faux-leather upholstery, heated front seats, keyless entry, and several other premium touches that are very hard to find in a sedan priced at less than $19,000.
NEW FOR 2021
The G4 now comes with a 7.0-inch infotainment touchscreen that has Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth connectivity. There are also several new standard features such as a rear-view camera, automatic climate control, a four-speaker audio system, and a USB port conveniently located in the front row.
This sedan has a practical and well-laid-out interior that is surprisingly comfortable for such a small car. There is also more cargo room than you might expect, with 47 cubic feet of space available when the split-folding rear seat is down (slightly more than you will find in the hatchback version). This amount of space is uncommon in a sub-compact car, and speaks to the level of thought and engineering that Mitsubishi has put into this vehicle.
There are plenty of standard safety features even on the base ES model. A rear-view camera, collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and pedestrian detection are some of the driver-assist features you can expect on any trim level. For a small upcharge, buyers can add front and rear parking sensors, automated high-beams, and lane departure warning.
If you want to learn more about this affordable and fuel-efficient sedan, we have several G4s waiting here for a test drive! Visit us today at Toms River Mitsubishi – you’ll be glad you did!