If we didn't have the parts to fix it I'd totally agree. I'll take a closer look and have a body guy look it over before we go ahead with it. The roof line and all non hit panels look fine so that's a bonus. I'm not gonna be pulling out the a pillar or any body work for that matter, though the pillar doesn't really look bad. Estimate showed under 4hrs labour for the a pillar and small dent on the strut tower. All the parts are already painted and sitting on the shelf except for a hood and bumper cover.
Originally Posted by Cobrajet
If it's gonna cost more than $3000cad($25usd) to get the thing back on the road I'd probably suggest scrapping it. We're not concerned about resale value so rebuilt status isn't an issue. Beside's anyone buying a Mirage hoping for good resale value needs to see a doctor. As long as it's cheaper than buying someone else's used junk I see it as a win. Chances are it'll be written off again in a week anyways.
Originally Posted by fred101
View my fuel log 2014 Mirage SE wussie cvt edition. 1.2 automatic: 35.1 mpg (US) ... 14.9 km/L ... 6.7 L/100 km ... 42.1 mpg (Imp)