View my fuel log 2020 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 42.5 mpg (US) ... 18.1 km/L ... 5.5 L/100 km ... 51.0 mpg (Imp)
The mirage gets some publicity… I guess? Scroll down to the last sentence.
https://jalopnik.com/so-much-for-the...fWBTPBspICKaicGet yourself a new Mitsubishi Mirage, I say, while you still can.
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I remember his name. Because he was such an idiot.
I think he moved from cars to real-estate, showing the "quirks and features" of
houses on the market. He really had so little knowledge of cars that moving on
to houses was not at all a surprise to me. Doug Demuro. The idiot.
I hope this helps.
I remember when I was on the fence in buying my first Mirage. Mediocre reviews, etc. Doug DeA**wipe's review made me immediately buy the Mirage. It was everything I wanted in an economy car!
Yes, time is changing as I will be getting the G4 with the manual soon. Still at Thailand
Many of the other comments were people from other countries saying, "Hey, I live in ______ and the Mirage is considered a pretty nice car here. Fcuk you!"
The sad thing is that was at the time his biggest video. I read or watched somewhere that it was his first "viral" hit.
He recently posted a review of a '91 Geo Metro 5-speed convertible and didn't have much good to say about it either. Though he did acknowledge (several times) its impressive fuel economy and the charm of a truly basic car.
But "no rational person" would drive a car like that in America, he insists.
Never forget Doug DeMoron didn't even know what a floor vent was in the Mirage. Says about all you need to know about his opinions. Scotty Kilmer at least was half right in saying a Mirage is a good choice up to 100k miles, after that he insinuated the Mirage wouldn't last much longer than that, from owners on here, that couldn't be more wrong.
I wish Fummins had his own youtube show. It'd be funny, informative, and honest.