2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 Spotlight

The tiny 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is one of the smartest cars you can buy in the subcompact car segment. The Mirage G4 sedan is one of the most fuel-efficient cars on the market at 42 mpg on the highway, and it’s also one of the cheapest cars you can buy, period.

All new for the model year, the Mirage G4 is the sedan spin on the Mirage, Mitsubishi’s subcompact hatchback. With styling that easily allows it to compete with other cars in the segment and premium available features that will make you love your Mirage G4 even more.

The Mirage G4 is offered in two trim levels, ES and SE, both of which feature optional packages for even more great technology. The ES trim has the available Rear Camera package and the Smart Phone Display package, which also includes the Rear Camera package. The SE comes standard with those, and you can get the Rear Parking Assist package to either trim for rear parking sensors.

The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is one of the most affordable cars in the industry, especially with its generous 10-year or 100,000 mile limited warranty. If you want to know more about the great deals we offer and learn more about the Mirage G4, call us at Heritage Mitsubishi!

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

The new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will be released as a 2018 model year vehicle in Europe this fall, with plans for it to be released in other countries including the US later. The Eclipse Cross, a new compact crossover, was made possible but the huge investment gain Mitsubishi made when Nissan purchased a controlling stake in the company.

The Eclipse Cross will come with a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine paired with a continuously variable transmission and will have standard Super All-Wheel Control all-wheel drive. The sporty design of the Eclipse Cross and its aggressive front fascia echoes the rest of Mitsubishi’s SUV lineup, the Outlander and Outlander Sport. The Cross falls between the Outlander and the Outlander Sport in size, with the Outlander Sport due to get smaller and fill the growing subcompact SUV market.

The Cross also features Mitsubishi’s new “Dynamic and Characteristic” rear design language, which includes high-mounted taillights and fastback rear glass which Mitsubishi calls “cubist.” Inside the Eclipse Cross is tasteful and clean, with a free-standing infotainment system and potential available features like heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, and a panoramic sunroof.

Though we won’t get the Eclipse Cross in the States for a while, we’re happy to keep you informed! Just let us know at Heritage Mitsubishi.


Disclaimer: Vehicle pictured is not 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross