Calgary Herald

2021 Mirage keeps starting price low

- COLEMAN MOLNAR Driving.ca

Mitsubishi has released Canadian pricing for the 2021 Mirage, confirming its compact hatchback will remain one of the most affordable new cars in the country.

Prices start at $13,858 for the entry-level ES MT trim, which includes climate control, LED rear lights, rear-view camera, Bluetooth, seven airbags and more.

The 2021 edition is Canada's most fuel-efficient gas-powered non-hybrid, with a rating of 6.2 litres/100 kilometres.

The ES with a CVT will be $15,058, and next up is the SE model, at $17,158. Mitsubishi says this is the most popular trim selection, because it adds 14-inch alloy wheels, a new seven-inch display screen (up from six inches last year) and a new driver's seat armrest to the base CVT trim.

At the top of the line is the $20,150 GT, which piles on the tech and style features, including LED headlights, 15-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel and heated side mirrors. Safety features such as lane-departure warning, auto high beams and forward-collision mitigation are also included.

The 2021 Mirage will arrive at dealers in January as one of the most affordable ways into a new vehicle in Canada.

Still too rich for your blood? Check out the 2021 Chevrolet Spark, which at $10,198 before freight, is now the cheapest new car in the country.

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MITSUBISHI Mitsubishi's 2021 Mirage isn't the cheapest new car in Canada, but it's close.

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