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Thread: What can we expect in the next generation 2021 Mirage? Micra platform Speculation

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    I don't know - that's a Canadian website. How trustworthy is that?

    Seriously that's great news.


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    Crap! This means I'm going to have put yet ANOTHER Mirage schnoz in the header image!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    Crap! This means I'm going to have put yet ANOTHER Mirage schnoz in the header image!
    Maybe once we see some good pictures place it on the right side of the banner?

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    Maybe this time what do you think about a new banner layout? I mean now that the Mirage is legit. Except this will probably devalue my 2015. Dangit.

    I hope you charge rent for all those Mirages parking up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    From Mitsu head office (Tokyo):



    Source: https://www.mitsubishi-motors-pr.ca/...compact-models

    This has spawned some reaction from the blogosphere, eg:

    The Truth About Cars (active comment section... do I detect grudging respect???): The Incredibly Growing Mitsubishi Mirage Gains a New Face

    Car Advice (Australia): 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage teased: Can it win back sales in the city-car class?

    The Torque Report:
    2020 Mitsubishi Mirage is getting a facelift

    Autocar (UK): Restyled Mitsubishi Mirage to be revealed on 18 November

    Motoring (Australia): Mitsubishi Mirage facelift teased
    I like the old front end, like on my own 2014 Mirage hatch. My Mirage is not magenta, or plasma purple, but dark grey and just a commuter car.

    I personally find the new look the "mascara" LED lights, to be totally over the-top-styling. A new Lexus front with white christmas lights

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    I think I mentioned this before but the '12-15 front ends are so clean, they look ready to take on the salt flats at bonneville and set some records. Every time I look at my '14 I'm so impressed with such a good looking front that flows so cleanly into the midsection and on to the back. I don't hate the front end of my '17, in fact some of the chrome gives it a polished more stylish look. Mits did a great facelift for sure, and the car looks like it jumped a grade or two on the quality scale. The latest front is way out there and right now I love it. they managed to graft the semi angular thing so many mfg. are using onto the body which is so sleek but it all fits together. Over the years before I owned a Mits I'd see some with knockout styling and want one.
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    Mirage owners look at the world differently than everyone else, but in a better way
    We're driving the Beetle of the 21st century, the greatest small car now available!

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    Mitsubishi is doing what Kia did: standardize the front end, so that when people see the car front, they immediately can tell what brand it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtomicPunk View Post
    Mitsubishi is doing what Kia did: standardize the front end, so that when people see the car front, they immediately can tell what brand it is.
    I wonder who started that? The Ford Focus caused a real stir when the aggressive front end appeared then all Ford cars adopted it.
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    Found this tonight. Doesn't seem to match the teaser pics...

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    Found that here:

    https://youtu.be/92rRIj7fZf8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    Found this tonight. Doesn't seem to match the teaser pics...
    No, the headlights are different. I think this depiction shows headlights that are too slim, and that impacts how others notice the car - a safety problem at night if you ask me. Headlights serve two purposes - to see and be seen and small headlights don't help being seen by others - drivers, pedestrians, etc.


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