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Mitsubishi Mirage
EXPERT RATING
6.8
/ 10
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Mitsubishi Mirage Pricing and Specs

2021 price from
$14,990*

The Mitsubishi Mirage is available from $14,990 to $17,490 for the 2021 Hatchback across a range of models.

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $14,990 $17,490
2020 $9,200 $16,720
2019 $8,000 $14,520
2018 $6,200 $17,160
2017 $5,800 $12,760
2016 $5,400 $11,880
2015 $5,300 $10,450
2014 $4,600 $10,450
2013 $4,100 $9,130
2004 $2,400 $4,070
2003 $2,200 $4,070
2002 $2,100 $4,070
2001 $2,100 $4,070
2000 $2,100 $4,070
1999 $2,100 $4,070
1998 $2,100 $3,850
1997 $2,100 $3,850
1996 $2,100 $3,850

Mitsubishi Mirage FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Mitsubishi Mirage here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Which small hatch should I buy for $15,000?

    The Holden Spark has been discontinued in Australia, with the company citing low volume as the main issue. But if that doesn't deter you, it's still a solid buy at under $15,000. Dealers have plenty of stock still on showroom floors, and you can get really good prices on 2017-plate models for less than $15k, drive-away. Shop for the LT if this is the car you like most, because it has a better features list than the LS.

    Probably best to steer clear of the regular Barina, which is admittedly bigger, but definitely not better. The current-generation model could find its way to the automotive graveyard this year, too. 

    The Mirage isn't as good as either the Barina or Spark, so unless you just want a very inexpensive car, it's not high on our recommendation list. The Yaris is lagging behind the times in terms of features, but there's a reason it's a go-to for many budget car buyers: it's a strong offering for space and comfort. 

    All of that said, the Kia Picanto is the budget car we'd most likely recommend, because it has a strong and long warranty and is the only one in the mix with auto emergency braking (AEB). Plus it has a reversing camera as standard (the base model Spark doesn't). 

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  • How long will a replacement gearbox last in a 2013 Mitsubishi Mirage?

    I think you can be confident that the replacement will go the distance. The warranty applies to the replacement parts, which is a standard 12 months.

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  • Do you think it's time that carmakers considered selling a small sedan-based ute on the Australian market?

    You’ve got two chances of that ever happening: Buckley’s and Nunn, unless of course they discover a market for such a car somewhere overseas. There are so many options for people wanting a ute that I couldn’t see a small car-based ute ever getting up.

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