2018 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 ratings and reviews
When you look at the fuel economy of the 2018 Mitsubishi Mirage G4, you might be forgiven for at first assuming the car is a hybrid. The G4 sedan gets up to 35 mpg/city and 42 mpg/highway (with an automatic transmission). That fuel efficiency comes not from a hybrid gas/electric engine, but from a 1.2-liter inline-3-cylinder engine with 78 horsepower. Although the engine doesn't deliver much when it comes to power, it will keep you from spending lots of time at the pump. New for 2018 on the Mirage G4 is a trunk pass-through, which helps to expand the cargo space in the back. The base ES model gets a rearview camera and a touchscreen audio system with Bluetooth connectivity while the higher end SE model gets a driver's seat armrest. The SE also has FAST-key passive entry and push-button start, plus heated front seats.