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Thread: Is the CVT transmission in the Mirage reliable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmyess333 View Post
    That's very interesting.
    It seems the real world results are the opposite of what Mitsu says.
    It's not Mitsubishi, it's the method that EPA requires Manufacturers to use to test mileage for manual transmissions.


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    I notice the CVT in my 2017 Mirage G4 SE is much smoother than the one in my 2015 Mirage Hatch ES. Also the idle neutral logic work alot better in my 2017. It seemed to rarely come on in my 2015 but in my 2017 after I let off the brake I can feel it go back into gear plain as day about 85% of the time. Also when idling you can tell if it is in neutral or not by the way the car feels. The transmission just seems more sorted out in the 2017s. My coworker still have her 2015 Mirage and when ai drive hers then mine it is noticible all the impovements they made on the 2017s and I think Mitsubishi went above and beyond updating the 2017 Mirages.

    Quote Originally Posted by inuvik View Post
    It's not Mitsubishi, it's the method that EPA requires Manufacturers to use to test mileage for manual transmissions.




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