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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Diggler View Post
    Yours is a 5 speed correct? Im curious if the CVT7 could be affected by the 175's. I really want the Barum Brillistas at $37.00 a tire, theyre 175s. I havent read too much from CVT owners on here if their is a correlation between trans failure and tire size?
    Not to be mean, but I am beginning to understand why some people lease cars.

    All Mirages come with 165/65-14 or 175/55-15 tires. Not keeping your tire pressure maintained properly would probably be more wear & tear on a car than a slight difference in tire size.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Can you please name a few markets?
    Middle East

    Standard & Optional Specifications:

    • Door outer handle
    • Power door mirror
    • Manually controlled air conditioner/li>
    • Power windows
    • Outstanding Aerodynamic Performannce
    • 175/65R14 tires + 14\ steel wheels with full wheel covers
    • Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD)
    • Active Stability Control (ASC)
    • Hill Start Assist (HSA)
    • Brake Assist
    • SRS airbags: Driver & front passenger
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
    • Halogen headlamps
    • Multi-information display
    • 2-DIN center panel without audio (with harness for 2 speakers)
    • Theft protection immobilizer


    http://mitsubishi-motors.com.sa/en/product/spacestar/

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    Quote Originally Posted by inuvik View Post
    Middle East

    Standard & Optional Specifications:

    • Door outer handle
    • Power door mirror
    • Manually controlled air conditioner/li>
    • Power windows
    • Outstanding Aerodynamic Performannce
    • 175/65R14 tires + 14\ steel wheels with full wheel covers
    • Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD)
    • Active Stability Control (ASC)
    • Hill Start Assist (HSA)
    • Brake Assist
    • SRS airbags: Driver & front passenger
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
    • Halogen headlamps
    • Multi-information display
    • 2-DIN center panel without audio (with harness for 2 speakers)
    • Theft protection immobilizer


    http://mitsubishi-motors.com.sa/en/product/spacestar/
    Thanks for sharing that. I looked some, but couldn't find any.

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    Update : up to 45,000 miles now (started at 17K), no issues with the 175s. I have been using it for uber and delivery (doordash etc), so more than a normal driver.

    I had to replace the fronts as they wore out within 15k miles. The replacements were still less than $30 but a different brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CigMirage View Post
    Update : up to 45,000 miles now (started at 17K), no issues with the 175s. I have been using it for uber and delivery (doordash etc), so more than a normal driver.

    I had to replace the fronts as they wore out within 15k miles. The replacements were still less than $30 but a different brand.
    I started Ubering on the side too. Im going to make the switch to 175 myself. Hows your experience been ride sharing in the Mirage? Any complaints about comfort? From what I read, Uber doesnt allow Mirages to transport passengers anymore, only deliveries

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Diggler View Post
    I started Ubering on the side too. Im going to make the switch to 175 myself. Hows your experience been ride sharing in the Mirage? Any complaints about comfort? From what I read, Uber doesnt allow Mirages to transport passengers anymore, only deliveries

    Overall it was fine. I ended up using more for delivery because when the car is full of passengers it can be a real slug. Deliveries (for me) tend to make more money. Also the rear shocks are very weak I would suggest replacing them with something more heavy duty.

    I did not receive any complaints and it would do really well in more of a downtown area where the trips are short.



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