I like the way Car and Driver magazine summed up our car;
This basic five-door transportation comes in candy-jar colors with a good warranty and a maximum fuel-economy rating of 44 mpg highway. The Mirage is maneuverable, its one-ton weight is easy to throw around and its controls/inputs are effortless. It gets decent performance from a 74-hp 1.2-liter three-cylinder and the five-speed manual, but the fuel-saving CVT is better for traffic. Like fast food, it is inexpensive, doesn’t pretend to be something it isn’t, and gets the job done.
Mistah JT, thanks for the pics, I was wanting to see what they looked like on our cars, they seem to be a worthwhile $350.00 investment. Do you have any info on what kind if any warranty the lights have? Thanks in advance.