It has been exactly 2 years since I brought my 2018 Mirage SE home from the dealership. 2 years, 39,843 miles. A full set of pads and rotors for the front. 2 flat tire repairs. 1 full set of wipers, Full replacement of the spare tire cover, completely ruined back of the rear seat carpet, $1500 front end damage from hitting a racoon and an average 41.4 mpg combined. To say these little gas sippers lack power would be wildly understated, but I didn't buy it run a race. I bought it because of the great gas mileage. The brakes are the most disappointing thing about this car. They are terrible at best. Since I am putting 500 miles per week on the highway, the brakes are rather important. However, on my little Mirage, they suck.
Ultimately, the car should last a few more years. Maybe 3 for me. Well served the purpose I bought it for. She isn't a luxury car, I would never drive across country with her, but for what I use it for, it is almost a perfect car.
In conclusion, these cars have a pretty bad rating just about everywhere I have looked them up, but I am pretty glad I made this choice.