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    Mirage G4 PHEV

    Have you guys heard of this? I was browsing the 2022 Mitsubishi Mirage website and stumbled upon the words "Mirage G4 PHEV" in the disclaimers.

    It could very well just be a typo as they wrote "Mirage G4" twice. There's also mention of a "Mirage G4 Sport".

    Could the PHEV technology from the Outlander trickle down to the Mirage and actually be made viable? Possibly for the 7th gen Mirage?

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    Definitely a typo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidricardo86 View Post
    Have you guys heard of this? I was browsing the 2022 Mitsubishi Mirage website and stumbled upon the words "Mirage G4 PHEV" in the disclaimers.

    It could very well just be a typo as they wrote "Mirage G4" twice. There's also mention of a "Mirage G4 Sport".

    Could the PHEV technology from the Outlander trickle down to the Mirage and actually be made viable? Possibly for the 7th gen Mirage?
    2022 Mirage trim levels are ES (5MT), ES (CVT), LE, BE, & SE.

    2022 G4 has same.

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    A mirage hybrid would be awesome although cost-ineffective. It would has to be far apart from the Corolla hybrid and maybe Ford Maverick. Yeah I know incomparable segments but $ is the main contributive factor.


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