By HAITHAM RAZAGUI05/04/2017AUSTRALIA’S micro car segment enjoyed
sales bounce-back in the first quarter of 2017, although the previously
dominant Mitsubishi Mirage tested here lost its lead to the Kia Picanto, while
the excellent but expensive Holden Spark also cut its lunch.Lucky for
Mitsubishi the Suzuki Ignis is classified as an SUV or it would see its market
share slip even further.Competition is clearly hotting up.We spent 10
days living with a Mirage, which was facelifted in March 2016 and has
represented the front line in Australia’s budget baby-car battleground since
the current-generation car was launched in 2013.Even in top-spec LS
trim the Mirage represents pretty basic motoring, so can it cut the mustard
against newer rivals?Click here for the full review...
Learn more about the Mazda Mazda2
GoAuto’s New Car Buying ServiceBuy a New Mitsubishi Mirage today!
Test Drive a Mazda Mazda2 today
Get the best price from a Mitsubishi dealer
Why you should upgrade your headlight globes (Advertisement)
More Mitsubishi car reviews
Select the latest reviews by car company
Your monthly motoring magazine; sometimes irreverent, always creative and not afraid to have a good time.