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    Mirage GT pricing

    Hello everyone. I've been looking at a silver 2017 mirage GT (brand new) that I'm interested in buying. Sticker price is $17,500 but they have it up for sale for $13,500. Do you guys think this is a good enough deal to go for it? The cheapest SE CVT mirages within 100 miles are $12,995 so the GT seemed like a no brainer upgrade.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibles View Post
    Hello everyone. I've been looking at a silver 2017 mirage GT (brand new) that I'm interested in buying. Sticker price is $17,500 but they have it up for sale for $13,500. Do you guys think this is a good enough deal to go for it? The cheapest SE CVT mirages within 100 miles are $12,995 so the GT seemed like a no brainer upgrade.
    Yes. That's a great deal. Go for it.

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    Run away.. it's a pile of crap!
    I've got one.
    http://mirageforum.com/forum/showthr...ttle-13-000-km
    Why do you think it's discounted so much?
    Last edited by IchabodCrane; 04-09-2017 at 03:06 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibles View Post
    Hello everyone. I've been looking at a silver 2017 mirage GT (brand new) that I'm interested in buying. Sticker price is $17,500 but they have it up for sale for $13,500. Do you guys think this is a good enough deal to go for it? The cheapest SE CVT mirages within 100 miles are $12,995 so the GT seemed like a no brainer upgrade.
    I think that's a pretty good price. IchabodCrane is having some issues with his but I wouldn't hesitate to purchase one at that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibles View Post
    ...2017 mirage GT
    ...Sticker price is $17,500
    ...they have it up for sale for $13,500.
    ...cheapest SE CVT mirages within 100 miles are $12,995
    A $4,000 discount off of MSRP sounds great right...considering the rebates aren't that big right now. I bought my '15 SE for $5,000 off sticker, but that included a $3,500 rebate at the time. The big question is...are you sure you want a CVT?

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    no way i would've signed anything at 10k or above no matter the options.

    Why are you looking at purchasing the car? Price? Mpg? For the mad street cred?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMirageMpg View Post
    ...For the mad street cred?
    LOL...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IchabodCrane View Post
    Run away.. it's a pile of crap!
    I've got one.
    http://mirageforum.com/forum/showthr...ttle-13-000-km
    Why do you think it's discounted so much?
    I have 10,000+ miles on my CVT and not a single problem to report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex1a1f View Post
    I have 10,000+ miles on my CVT and not a single problem to report.
    Have you got the GT? I'm hoping none of the other trim levels with CVT have this issue then Mitsubishi will have to admit it's not "characteristic" of this engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IchabodCrane View Post
    Have you got the GT? I'm hoping none of the other trim levels with CVT have this issue then Mitsubishi will have to admit it's not "characteristic" of this engine.
    SE. However, all models are on the same production line and only difference is headlights, rims/tires, and heated seats (atleast in USA), so it would have to exist across entire model line, not just trim level.



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