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    Who else wants Mitsubishi to include the storage shelf/cubby above the glovebox as seen in other markets? There should be a way to get this no matter what is behind that panel.


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    I’m wondering if this will be a 2021 model in North America? We’ve seen a few 2020’s here that look exactly like the 2019’s. Looks good though. I like the new taillights too, looks like a solid LED line as opposed to a dozen individual LED’s

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    Quote Originally Posted by inuvik View Post
    I’m wondering if this will be a 2021 model in North America? We’ve seen a few 2020’s here that look exactly like the 2019’s. Looks good though. I like the new taillights too, looks like a solid LED line as opposed to a dozen individual LED’s
    Just searched for 2020 Mirages -

    18 nationwide on cars.com

    16 nationwide on autotrader.com

    Those that have pics look like the 2017-19 models.

    I've been a bit confused by all the hype myself. I believe the 2020 G4 may be getting a facelift?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Just searched for 2020 Mirages -

    18 nationwide on cars.com

    16 nationwide on autotrader.com

    Those that have pics look like the 2017-19 models.

    I've been a bit confused by all the hype myself. I believe the 2020 G4 may be getting a facelift?
    Why wait until Jan if there is a big change? clearly trying to sell old inventory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirageman38 View Post
    Why wait until Jan if there is a big change? clearly trying to sell old inventory.
    The 2020 ES, RF, & LE will benefit from standard auto climate control from what I have read. Heck, all the 2014-15 Mirages had auto climate control as standard equipment. I don't consider the 2020 Mirage to be a big change at all.

    Since the 2020 aren't all that different, they may not have much impact on the pricing of the 2019 models that are left over. If the 2021 looks different, that may impact the remaining 2020 models pricing more.

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    Thanks, bloodehunter!

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    And in case you're wondering, here's how the new G4 will look like. They literally share the same front.
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    I like it... both of them.
    -Karl B. Had a 2019 Mirage ES 5 speed, swapped it for a 2019 Outlander Sport ES 5 speed. Now have a 2019 Mirage SE CVT as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodehunter View Post
    And in case you're wondering, here's how the new G4 will look like. They literally share the same front.
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    Thanks for posting the refreshed Mirage photos, bloodehunter. The front looks totally different from my 2014 Mirage, the side looks the same and the back looks the same. My rear bumper doesn't have the 3 mini-fins along the bottom. That's what Kia Rio's have now too, and on the Rio's that car part is black no matter the trim you buy.

    The front end looks identical to the new RVR I saw at my local Mitsubishi dealer a few weeks ago.

    So I guess that answers everyone's question what a 2020 or 2021 Mirage looks like. Wouldn't be surprised if its sold as a 2022 in Canada, and then sell that 2022 til 2024, an that would make the Mirage a 13+ years span car. Rare nowadays

    Love the small black moped or motorcycle parked next to the Mirage. Look at those wheels!


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