View my fuel log 2018 Mirage SE 1.2 automatic: 33.6 mpg (US) ... 14.3 km/L ... 7.0 L/100 km ... 40.4 mpg (Imp)
The numbers I am surprised with is the Eclipse Cross. I am surprised it is not selling better than it is. Only 775 sold in the month of July and 858 in August? That is crazy for a new vehicle in such a hot segment. I thought that it would quickly become their best seller when it came out but I guess not.
^ It's possible as a new vehicle it could be limited by supply. August was its best month in the States so far.
Coincidentally, I saw my first Eclipse Cross just this morning - a white one. Looked sharp, as far as those things go.
Also of note, the brand is up 21% YTD vs. '17. (70,765 units in '17 vs. 85,693 in '18) Impressive.
Subcompact Culture (09-05-2018)
236 Mirages sold - similar to last Aug, and above average for 2018 so far.
Overall, another record month for Mitsubishi total sales in Canada: "January-to-August sales of 18,028 are up 17 per cent versus 15,418 deliveries this time last year."
What's interesting is Mirage sales here are holding steady (if low) compared to last year, while sales of the Micra seem to be plummeting: August Micra sales are down -58% vs. last August, and are down -36% year-to-date compared to last year.
It's partly because Nissan has introduced a new entry-level crossover/CUV the "Kicks". Might be the cheapest new crossover in Canada/U.S. They're cannibalizing some Micra sales, but probably making more profit in the big picture.