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    2017 Mitsubishi Mirage GT race organizer review

    http://autoweek.com/article/car-revi...ganizer-review


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    Is the external temp display in the MID a new feature for '17 (it is pictured in the article)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobrajet View Post
    Is the external temp display in the MID a new feature for '17 (it is pictured in the article)?
    My '17 had the outside temperature in the MID display. Older Mirages don't have this feature?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zx2uner View Post
    My '17 had the outside temperature in the MID display. Older Mirages don't have this feature?
    No sir, they do not. I never really understood why, as the automatic climate control...standard in '14 and '15...would probably require an outside temp sensor anyway?

    Do you not have your '17 anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobrajet View Post
    No sir, they do not. I never really understood why, as the automatic climate control...standard in '14 and '15...would probably require an outside temp sensor anyway?

    Do you not have your '17 anymore?
    I meant my '17 'has' it. I'm not getting rid of her until she can no longer drive. I really enjoy my car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zx2uner View Post
    I meant my '17 'has' it. I'm not getting rid of her until she can no longer drive. I really enjoy my car.
    Which 17 you have and what model? Congrat,... I really want to drive the 17 and see how it compare to 14...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmo168 View Post
    Which 17 you have and what model? Congrat,... I really want to drive the 17 and see how it compare to 14...
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    Wow. I am sharing this review. This review hits on MANY points on reason why I got the Mirage. Sure, I wish I got the new 17' models but really, the Mirage does it's job REALLY well.

    Also, I'd like to add, I drove the 16' Versa from Chicago to St. Paul, Minnesota. It felt more like a "Corolla" competitor than a Mirages competitor. Also, have to add that the Versa I drove felt like it had some wobble to it, not sure if it was harsh winds, alignment, or tires but it happened several times while driving on the highway on my way back home from Chicago. I've driven my Mirage 450-500 miles on road trips and the only time I felt that car 'wobble' a bit was from trucks passing me going onto the highway.

    The Mirage does it's job really well for what it is.


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