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2023 Mitsubishi Ralliart Updates Looks and Capability

Mitsubishi Motors is going through a bit of an identity crisis with the rebadged Renault Clio being released in the European market, but having a rebadge is nothing new in the auto industry. Heck, the Dodge Colt was a Mitsubishi Motors Mirage in disguise. On the other side of the spectrum, there are some good things going on for Mitsubishi, specifically with its Ralliart group. The same high-performance known for introducing the Evolution nameplate to several models in the automaker’s history, Ralliart is returning as an aftermarkets group. To show what the group can do, Mitsubishi will be releasing special limited edition Ralliart models of several models. Details about the 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage Ralliart Edition have surfaced.

This will be a true limited edition, with a limited run for each Ralliart Edition model. That means each Ralliart Edition will instantly become a collector’s item, and we know how those can skyrocket in value years down the road. With unique body effects, graphics, and rally-inspired features added to Mitsubishi Ralliart Edition models, every model will also come with a White Diamond paint job and a contrasting black roof, as teased during the press release of the 2023 Mitsubishi Motors lineup. According to sources, changes for the Mitsubishi Mirage Ralliart Edition begin with the mechanics.

Engineered for More

Made to meet the needs of a variety of consumers, the Mitsubishi Mirage Ralliart Edition will be more capable of taking on dirt trails or grave paths that could damage a regular vehicle. Bright red mud flaps are now installed behind each wheel, large enough to keep small stones and pebbles from flicking into the undercarriage, leading to damage and rust. While this change opens the model up to another demographic, Mitsubishi has decided to change the baseline 5-speed manual transmission and replace it with continuously variable transmission (CVT), found on most models, to subtract the need to think about what gear to switch in when trekking the trail.

The change to a CVT will definitely affect fuel economy as well, allowing for consumers to really go the distance. Already heralded as the most fuel-efficient gasoline-powered hatchback on the market, the 2022 Mitsubishi Mirage with CVT offered a fuel economy of 36 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway. Cost-efficient, the starting MSRP was $14,645 (plus destination fee). There is no word on the pricing for the Ralliart Edition, but we’ll be keeping an eye on things in the coming months.


Ralliart may not be coming up with any Evolution models any time soon, but that doesn’t mean 2023 models can’t look like they’re made for the track. A classic look for Mitsubishi, the White Diamond and black roof are met with black and red graphics. With a Ralliart nameplate in the rear fascia, the mud flaps stand out, and side graphics what look like flames or wings with a gradient of red, grey, and black. The rear fascia also has a more cunning appearance on the Ralliart edition, adding to its edgy tone.

Speaking of edgy, the model is made to look like a rally car with new black wheel arch trims and additional material around the wheel arches. Going for a more cost-effective option, the arch trims are made of fake carbon fiber and the cladding around the arches are plastic, but this just means they’ll be prone to rust. With all the dirt and rubble that can get picked up by the wheels, that’s a huge plus. Want to stay informed on when the 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage Ralliart Edition becomes available? It is a limited run, after all. Follow along with us on Miami Lakes Automall social media for more information. And be sure to look for the 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage at Miami Lakes Automall.

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Highlights for 2023 Mitsubishi Motors Lineup

We’re still in 2022, but automakers are known to start releasing 2023 models, or 2023 model info around this time and way in advance. Mitsubishi Motors is a prime example of this. Only August 2022, and information about the 2023 lineup has been released, highlighting new features and performance options after the revival of Ralliart. Check out what’s new for the 2023 Mitsubishi lineup.

2023 Outlander

After being released as a new generation model in 2022, the 2023 Outlander achieved the best four consecutive retail sales quarters since its initial release 20 years ago. Winning awards and changing the way consumers look at Mitsubishi models, the model will be expanding with a 40th Anniversary special edition later this year, plus a new Ralliart edition in early 2023. Also in 2023, the popular Black Edition will be made available on both the SE and SEL trim. For the first-time ever, Mitsubishi Motors will offer a black-roof factory option. Lastly, rear-door pull-up sunshades are now standard on the SEL trim, previously only available with the Touring package, and SE models also come with electric folding mirrors for MY23.

2023 Outlander Sport

Following a pattern, most Mitsubishi models, mainly the SUVs and Crossover(s), were released as a new generation model. The Outlander Sport has been one of Mitsubishi Motors best-selling models for many years, and this year calls for more adventure. Equipped standard with Mitsubishi’s All-Wheel Control (AWC), the Outlander Sport can handle various types of terrain and offer all-wheel drive. Like the Outlander, a Ralliart limited-edition will be released in 2023.

2023 Outlander PHEV

The Outlander PHEV has been a success overseas for over a decade, and came to America several years ago. Proving the high-performance and electric motors go together, the Outlander PHEV comes with Mitsubishi Super All-Wheel Control. Released as a next generation model, a new generation of Mitsubishi Motors’ twin-motor 4WD PHEV system will be powering this plug-in hybrid SUV with more powerful front and rear motors and a larger drive battery. With seven driver-selectable drive modes, consumers can find a style that matches their preference(s). Standard is Mitsubishi Connect with a two-year trial, the new Mitsubishi infotainment found in Outlander and Outlander PHEV models starting MY2023. This comes with the convenient option of remote start for cooling down or heating up the vehicle before entering.

2023 Eclipse Cross

With a mid-model refresh, the 2023 Eclipse Cross gets a revised interior, updated infotainment system, and rides on an all-new 18-inch wheel design. 2023 adds head- and fog-lights as standard equipment across the lineup for every model. Other standard equipment added includes Mitsubishi Motors’ signature S-AWC all-wheel drive system. Like other trims, a Ralliart-branded special edition will be made available in early 2023.

2023 Mirage and Mirage G4

Sadly, Mitsuishi Motors doesn’t seem to be releasing new generation models of the Mirage or Mirage G4 for MY23. Known as America’s most fuel-efficient non-hybrid, gasoline-fueled vehicle, the Mirage continues to be reliable for miles and years to come. This is thanks to Mitsubishi Motors warranty package, one of the industry’s best. All Mitsubishi vehicles are covered by a basic limited warranty for 5 years/60,000 miles, a powertrain limited warranty for 10 years/100,000 miles, 7 years or 100,000 miles of anti-corrosion coverage, and roadside assistance. In 2023, the hatchback will get its own Ralliart edition added to the lineup.


After Ralliart was revived, there was a lot of talk about a possible EVO nameplate returning, but so far, that’s not happening. Instead, Ralliart was brought back as an aftermarket name for unique body effects, graphics and other rally-inspired touches consumers can purchase and add to their Mitsubishi vehicles. All Ralliart models above will be available in White Diamond paint with a black roof, and only a limited number of units will be produced. Looking for the newest Mitsubishi models on the market. Find a new Mitsubishi at Miami Lakes Automall any day.

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What Makes the Mitsubishi Mirage Lovable?

The 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage has a lot more going for it than consumers may realize. Sure, the model is getting little changes when compared to the rest of the lineup, but when it comes to this hatchback, too many changes could ruin what it’s known for – superb fuel efficiency. Plus, the Mirage has received many of the upgrades that have made it into the rest of the lineup, increasing its performance on the road and interior comfort.


Every trim on the 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage is powered by a 1.2L MIVEC DOHC engine under the hood. Able to generate 78 horsepower and 74 lb-ft of torque. Optimized with Mitsubishi Motors’ brand of variable valve timing technology (VVT), this adds to the incredible fuel efficiency of the vehicle, but more on that in a moment. Able to come with a continuously variable transmission (CVT), the engineering of the Mirage isn’t just modern.

The performance of the Mirage for this generation has always been excellent, and a part of that is due to its braking power. A firm brake pedal gives the driver more control than some of the competitors to the Mirage, with responsive feedback that lets the driver know how hard to press to come to a full stop with a progressive buildup of stopping power. The standard transmission is a 5-speed manual, found only on the base ES trim, but this trim level can upgrade to the CVT found standard in the rest of the lineup, offering a fuel economy of 36 mpg in the city and 43 mpg on the highway.

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Mitsubishi Mirage Beats the Competition in 2021

Mitsubishi Motors is slowly building out its new lineup for the next few years. With an Eclipse Cross PHEV on the way to become the new flagship icon of the automaker, there is also a new generation of the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport based off of a Renault model coming out. Finally, a mystery car, possibly the C/D – segment vehicle promised back in 2020 during the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance mid-term plans conference. Still, there are two smaller vehicles in the lineup that don’t seem like they’re going away. This is especially so for the Mitsubishi Mirage, having a great sales record for the third-quarter of 2021, and beating the competition. How is this possible for a hatchback that seems a little outdated?

Let’s take a look at the 2022 Mitsubishi Mirage. Very similar if not the same as 2021 model year, many of the features remain the same. This means the only powertrain is still a 1.2L MIVEC DOHC engine, capable of generating 78 horsepower and 74 lb-ft of torque. There will be no winning drag races with this hatchback, and it’s less than expected for an average hatchback, but the Mitsubishi Mirage isn’t trying to be the best high-performance vehicle. What the Mirage is most known for is being the most fuel-efficient gasoline-powered vehicle on the market, with a fuel economy of 33 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway when consumers choose the 5-speed manual over CVT automatic transmission in the ES trim. The rest of the lineup has a fuel economy of 36 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway with continuously variable transmission (CVT) standard.

Although LED headlights can only be found on high-end trims like the Mitsubishi Mirage SE, the starting MSRP for a bare-bones 2022 Mirage is $14,645 (plus destination fee). The Mirage SE starts at just $17,895 (plus destination fee), and also comes with automatic high beams, leather upholstery, heated front seats, and push-button start for some convenience. Inside the cabin, every vehicle gets a 6-way adjustable driver seat, 4-way adjustable passenger seat, a split-rear bench seat, and automatic climate control for added comfort. A 7-inch smartphone-link display audio system may not be as fancy as some infotainment systems, but this is where Mitsubishi won over on the competition.

Back in 2020 when the Coronavirus outbreak first started, many automakers shut down manufacturing facilities. When they started back up, nearly every automaker joined the cause to produce face masks and hospital supplies due to the extremely low inventory and supplies rapidly depleting. This meant, while automakers with new vehicles on the way took a back seat, whereas Mitsubishi Mirage was in plenty supply. Then again, the 2021 semiconductor chip shortage hurt a lot more new arrivals and updated technology. The 2022 Mitsubishi Mirage may still come with age-old tech, but this meant it didn’t need as much of those semiconductors as its competitors. Between the two years, the Mitsubishi Mirage became a hot commodity, with some consumers offering more than $2500 above sticker price to reserve there vehicle on the lot. Trusted by many consumers around the nation, the Mitsubishi Mirage is here to stay. Find your fuel-efficient and reliable Mitsubishi Mirage at Miami Lakes Automall.

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The Mitsubishi Mirage is a Vehicle to Love


In a year where a lot has been left up to chance and preparation, consumers will always want something reliable. Some of us just have a curse where any piece of technology fails them and doesn’t work as intended, but we’re talking about cars today, not mobile phones and computers. If there is one thing a consumer can rely on is their cars. Getting them from point A to point B without much trouble along the way aside from traffic and people who think being in a car makes them virtually untouchable. Well, there is one vehicle that many may not expect, but is a valuable car nonetheless. It’s the very fuel-efficient Mitsubishi Mirage, and one couple drove it over 400,000 miles before trading it in – not that they had to.

According to Vincentric, a publication that highlights vehicles that hold the most value after years of ownership by comparing the total cost-of-ownership of a vehicle and its current market price. With a focus on purchase price, retained value, fixed and operating costs, and maintenance and repair costs, the lifetime cost of a vehicle could be worse than buying a new one altogether. This story isn’t true for the Mitsubishi Mirage. In 2019, Vincentric honored the 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage with the 2020 Vincentric Best CPO Value in America award. Plus, Mitsubishi Motors gives consumers long-lasting warranties to keep vehicles in shape, for free, keeping the value high.

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Vincentric Awards Mitsubishi Mirage and Mirage G4 with 2020 CPO Awards


December just started and Mitsubishi Motors Corp (MMC) was named a Hive 5 Innovator for the technology MMC introduced with their Dendo Drive House. A few weeks before that, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV won an award from the Green Car Journal, the first-ever 2020 Family Green Car of the Year™. It’s the season of award shows and Mitsubishi Motors is starting to shine brighter as the year comes to an end. The latest award comes from Vincentric, a company known for collecting and providing data, knowledge, and insight into the automotive industry. We last spoke about this company when they awarded the now-discontinued Mitsubishi i-MieV with the “Best Value in America” award in the electric/ plug-in hybrid segment. Vincentric is back with new data to share about vehicles with the best pre-owned value, and the 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage and Mirage G4 hit the top of the list.

When it comes to the value of a vehicle, Vincentric combs through various forms of data to recognize which vehicles have the best pre-owned value in their segment. Unlike most auto review publications that focus on new vehicles, Vincentric highlights vehicles that hold the most value after years of ownership. The company does that by comparing the total cost-of-ownership of a vehicle and its current market price. This data includes finance rates, residual values, and maintenance schedules for each make and model to cover the following factors – purchase price, retained value, fixed and operating costs, and maintenance and repair costs. The last two factors are important because they affect the entire lifespan of the vehicle and will draw the line between a vehicle with great value for years to come and a vehicle that will just depreciate more with time.

Vincentric held its 2020 Vincentric Best CPO Value in America awards and reviewed model years 2015-2019. Out of the competition, the 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage and Mitsubishi Mirage G4 earned top honors in their respective segments for residual value. With a budget friendly starting MSRP for each vehicle, and the amount of savings in gas each model provides, the long-lasting value is quickly obvious. The 2020 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage has a starting MSRP of $13,995 (plus destination fee) and has been named the most efficient gasoline-powered non-hybrid vehicle available in the U.S., powered by a 1.3-liter three-cylinder engine. The Mirage has a fuel economy of up to 37/43/39 mpg city/highway/combined. The 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 has a starting MSRP of $14,995 (plus destination fee) and offers a fuel economy of up to 35/41/37 mpg city/highway/combined. The fuel economy numbers for each are based on the assumption that the consumer also opted in for the optional continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) that provides better fuel efficiency.

Not only does the value of these Mitsubishi vehicles last for years to come, but the warranties Mitsubishi Motors offers will help ensure it. Leading the industry, Mitsubishi Motors covers each vehicle with a fully transferable 5-year/60,000-mile new vehicle limited warranty; 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty; and a 7-year/100,000-mile anti-corrosion perforation limited warranty. Emergency maintenance costs are also covered with a 5-year/unlimited miles of roadside assistance plan.

Looking for a Mitsubishi vehicle that can provide you great value? Find the Mitsubishi Mirage and Mitsubishi Mirage G4 at Miami Lakes Automall Mitsubishi.

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The New 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage Gets a Sporty New Look


Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) has been quite the busy automaker this year, 2019, with the release of the new Mi-TECH at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, along with the xAUTO from sibling company Mitsubishi Electric, and a recent contract between MMC and MaaS Global Oy for spreading global mobility solutions. Just before the end of 2019, Mitsubishi Motors has one more surprise with a newly redesigned Mitsubishi Mirage. Teased in early November with the image above, the new 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage debuted in Thailand and will shortly make its way to the states – most likely.



The 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage no longer looks like a crossover that turned out to be the ugly duckling of the bunch. Gaining its own look and style, the new hatchback looks a little more square in the front but then smooths out towards the bust of the vehicle. The length of the Mirage still does stretch a bit into compact crossover territory but with the new look of the rear as well, tight and a with a cool lip overhang, this is definitely a new vehicle we’re looking at.

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Get Fuel Efficiency and a Great Sound System with the Mitsubishi Mirage


When it comes to getting a new vehicle, consumers tend to look for a variety of things. When it comes to a fuel-efficient vehicle at a good price, that can be even a greater challenge, with SUVs and crossovers currently dominating the auto market. Even automakers like Mitsubishi Motors have more large vehicles than they know what to do with, but as luck would have it, Mitsubishi also has a subcompact vehicle that’s top-of-the-line. According to fueleconomy.gov and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the 2019 Mitsubishi Mirage the most fuel efficient, gasoline-powered vehicle in America and can save consumers more money than the competition.

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Miami Lakes Automall Alliance 2022 Outlander PHEV

Alliance 2022 Six-Year Plan Already on the Move

Miami Lakes Automall Alliance 2022 Outlander PHEV

The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance has been gaining traction as of late, and with their six-year plan, Alliance 2022, the alliance already has plenty going for them. Although Mitsubishi is focused on crossovers and SUVs at the moment, their Outlander PHEV, the plug-in hybrid crossover is one of their most popular vehicles, and is helping to cement a foothold for the alliance as the upswing of hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles gains momentum. Current sales in Europe, and sales projections are showing signs that this is the time to hit the auto market hard and capitalize on hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and electric vehicles (EVs).

Lighting Up Europe

Sales in Europe have been going well for Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, with a total unit sales increase of 5.1-percent, putting the alliance at a grand total of 5,538,530 vehicles in the first-half of the year that’s a new record! In addition, there’s a growing demand in Europe for all vehicles currently being produced by the alliance. There has been a surge in demand for crossovers, sports utility vehicles, and pickup trucks, as well as zero-emission EVs, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) models overseas, and the Outlander PHEV may have helped keep the general public satiated until now.

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Miami Lakes Automall Mitsubishi Mirage Nissan Juke

The New Mitsubishi Mirage Will Be Based Off the Nissan Juke

Miami Lakes Automall Mitsubishi Mirage Nissan Juke

Psych! The new Mitsubishi Mirage will actually not be modeled after the Renault Clio or on the Renault Clio platform. That’s why you should never listen to a rumor, kids. The interesting M.R.G. concept based off of the Renault Clio looked good, but now that we know that the Clio claim was a rumor, we can imagine the next Mirage will actually look pretty different when compared to the M.R.G. concept. It makes more sense after all – the Mirage is a hatchback, and the Clio is a supermini car. So instead of taking some parts from Renault, Mitsubishi Motors will be taking a platform from another vehicle in the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance – the Nissan Juke.

This news comes straight from the Japan-based automotive media agency, Response. The Nissan Juke is sort of somewhere between the Mitsubishi Mirage and the Renault Clio. In all honesty, the Clio actually looks like an elongated version of the Mirage hatchback, but a longer platform would mean a whole new redesign of the vehicle. We don’t think that’s a good idea after what happened to the Re-Model A PHEV. We rather not remember that fiasco…

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