2017: Cheapest car to lease (U.S.A.)
Recognized as most affordable lease, including fuel & insurance costs.
Thread: Mirage recognized as "cheapest car to lease" in the U.S.
As a brand, Mitsubishi U.S. recognized as the 2019 "Best All-Around Performance Brand" and "Best Economic Performance Brand".Mitsubishi Mirage awarded "Best Economic Performance Car" and "Best All-Around Performance Car"
The "Best Economic Performance Award" recognizes the 2019 Mitsubishi Mirage, which outperformed all 1,640 vehicles assessed for the 2019 model year. In ASG’s combined environmental, social and economic performance analyses, the Mirage also outscored the competition and was recognized with the 2019 "Best All-Around Performance Award."
Will it enhance what Mitsubishi is trying to do?
Will it hinder what Mitsubishi has begun to do in recent years"
Will it have little or no impact on Mitsubishi?
Has Renault made Nissan better? Has Nissan made Renault better?
I've never heard anyone say Nissan products have improved since the merger. Likewise, I've never heard it said that Chrysler products have improves since their merger with Fiat.
I hope Mitsubishi's newly established identity in the U.S. market isn't lost in the next few years! It's still a very small market share. Several companies have certain models that out sell the entire line up of Mitsubishi in the U.S.
It's awesome that the Mirage gets these awards. The worst car you can buy in the U.S.!!!
2020: Best Pre-owned Value (U.S.A.)
Mitsubishi Mirage and Mirage G4 sedan received the 2020 Vincentric Best CPO Value in America awards
Thread: Mirage awarded "Lowest Cost of Ownership" in its class in U.S. - Vincentric
2019: Most Reliable Used Cars (Australia)
Australians were asked to rate their cars for reliability. Coming in first, by a clear margin, as the most reliable brand, was Mitsubishi.
Thread: Mirage recommended as one of the most reliable used cars
You should have added all those awards and links to the add when you listed your Mirage lol
My mom says I'm cool
View my fuel log 2014 Mirage SE wussie cvt edition. 1.2 automatic: 36.7 mpg (US) ... 15.6 km/L ... 6.4 L/100 km ... 44.1 mpg (Imp)
Ha - good idea.
Speaking of advertising: other than describing the car as totally awesome, I didn't even list any info about the engine in the ad. I figure most regular people don't know what's under the hood, and might be spooked if they knew it was missing a cylinder (and a few hundred cc's).