2017 Mitsubishi Ratings, Reviews and Awards

2017 was an important one for Mitsubishi in that it seemed to get the manufacturer out of the funk it was trapped in with its lineups for the past couple of years, giving it record-low sales and an unpromising future. This year changed that, likely because of Mitsubishi’s additional standard features and performance updates for several of its models that kept them in competition with others in their classes. The Lancer, in its 10th year for the current generation, stays modern with a now-standard infotainment display center with a rearview camera, while the Mirage received various interior style updates and improved suspension. The brand’s popular crossover SUV, the Outlander, now has standard smartphone connectivity for Android and Apple devices in most trims, while new driver assistance safety technology options, like blind spot monitoring and lane change assist, keep it in line with its top competitors.
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Research 2017 Mitsubishi models (6)
i-MiEV
The 2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is an electric car with limited options and a relatively short driving range.
$6,677 - $7,596
People Are Paying
112 MPG
COMBINED
$6,677 - $7,596
People Are Paying
112 MPG
COMBINED
Lancer
The 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer is starting to show its age, as it's the 10th year of the current generation.
$12,567 - $16,814
People Are Paying
26 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
$12,567 - $16,814
People Are Paying
26 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
Mirage
The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage is a hatchback subcompact car with a single engine option and notable fuel economy.
$9,281 - $12,034
People Are Paying
37 - 40 MPG
COMBINED
$9,281 - $12,034
People Are Paying
37 - 40 MPG
COMBINED
Mirage G4
If you take the Mitsubishi Mirage and add a truck, you end up with the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4.
$8,698 - $11,007
People Are Paying
36 - 38 MPG
COMBINED
$8,698 - $11,007
People Are Paying
36 - 38 MPG
COMBINED
Outlander
The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander is available with two engine options and an impressive eight-speed CVT. It has seating for up to seven.
$15,755 - $26,599
People Are Paying
23 - 27 MPG
COMBINED
$15,755 - $26,599
People Are Paying
23 - 27 MPG
COMBINED
Outlander Sport
The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport compact SUV has two engine options and four model trim levels.
$14,094 - $21,696
People Are Paying
24 - 27 MPG
COMBINED
$14,094 - $21,696
People Are Paying
24 - 27 MPG
COMBINED
2017 was an important one for Mitsubishi in that it seemed to get the manufacturer out of the funk it was trapped in with its lineups for the past couple of years, giving it record-low sales and an unpromising future. This year changed that, likely because of Mitsubishi’s additional standard features and performance updates for several of its models that kept them in competition with others in their classes. The Lancer, in its 10th year for the current generation, stays modern with a now-standard infotainment display center with a rearview camera, while the Mirage received various interior style updates and improved suspension. The brand’s popular crossover SUV, the Outlander, now has standard smartphone connectivity for Android and Apple devices in most trims, while new driver assistance safety technology options, like blind spot monitoring and lane change assist, keep it in line with its top competitors.
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