Out of curiosity, doing another search of transmission type availability...
Hatchback: today there are 1741 used 2014+ Mirages for sale right now with transmission type indicated...On Cars.com in the U.S., there are 547 used 2014+ Mirages for sale right now...
87 are listed as manual transmission.
So, that's 16%.
- 177 are listed as manual transmission
- 1564 CVT
So, that's 10% manual for the hatchback.
G4 sedan: there are 1741 used 2014+ Mirages for sale right now with transmission type indicated...
- 156 are listed as manual transmission
- 1366 CVT
So, that's 10% manual for the sedan as well.
Simplify and add lightness.
On the bright side, it's still heads & shoulders above the U.S. fleet average for manual transmission take rate.
Good point. I wonder why they did that.
I just checked the Canadian specs, and the only way you can get factory cruise or alloys is to go with the GT!
Everything else is just a version of the base (ES here) trim.
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I hate to see manual options disappear, but it's a trend that probably isn't going to change.
View my fuel log 214 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 39.8 mpg (US) ... 16.9 km/L ... 5.9 L/100 km ... 47.8 mpg (Imp)