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Thread: 2014 Mitsubishi Space Star 1.0 DE (Garage entry)

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    Welcome to the Mirage Forum, sirion! How's the fuel economy on your 1.0 Mitsubishi? Cheers from Canada

    Upload a few photos if you get a chance please. As far as I know there are only 5 or 10 other 1.0 Mirage owners on the Forum.

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        click to view fuel log View my fuel log 214 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 41.8 mpg (US) ... 17.8 km/L ... 5.6 L/100 km ... 50.2 mpg (Imp)


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    the average consumption is 18-19 km/l. Sometimes 20 22 if I go at 80 kmh in 5th.
    I'm very very happy about fuel economy, less for the power in some condition. It is very very good in the city but it is less reactive on uphill roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirion View Post
    the average consumption is 18-19 km/l. Sometimes 20 22 if I go at 80 kmh in 5th.
    I'm very very happy about fuel economy, less for the power in some condition. It is very very good in the city but it is less reactive on uphill roads.
    I think that I would be content with the 1.0 L Mirage. All of the Mirages in the States come standard with A/C, however. A/C does suck some power, & it more noticeable on a small economy car like the Mirage. I seldom use A/C, however, & that is why I wouldn't mind a 1.0 L if it was offered here.

    I do a quite of bit of climbing hills, but that's what lower gears are for!



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