Mitsubishi Mirage Models and Mirage History

The 1998 Mirage offered a new and longer-lasting starter and battery to counter issues that were long lamented by customers. A new deck lid and new taillights as well as new seat upholstery graced the 1999 edition, with a few changes made to the trims. In 2000, a more powerful 1.8-liter engine was introduced. Some major shuffling to the trim levels for the DE trims also took place. From 2001 on, tethered anchors for child seats became standard in all Mirages. A powered sunroof was now offered in the Sport Package, and some updates to the various trims were made. In 2002, the Mirage was discontinued in favor of the Lancer, with the carmaker carrying on the tradition in the form of the Mirage Coupe.


New and Used Mirage Prices, Mitsubishi Mirage Model Years and History

The entry-level Mirage comes with a lot more features than you’d expect for its low price tag.
The Mitsubishi Mirage is a compact hatchback that offers a great entry-level price, gets good gas mileage, features a desirable warranty and offers plenty of upgradable options for buyers.
Mitsubishi's new entry into the subcompact class, the 2014 Mirage is the most fuel efficient gas powered, non-hybrid, vehicle in the United States.
A compact coupe, the 2002 Mitsubishi Mirage has entered its final year of production and bows out with a nice list of standard equipment and a very efficient 1.5L engine.
A compact car with a highway fuel economy rating of 36 mpg, the 2001 Mitsubishi Mirage seats five passengers and is available as a coupe or sedan.
The 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage is a compact car that seats five passengers, is available as a coupe or a sedan, and is capable of 40 mpg on the highway.
A compact car that seats five passengers, the 1999 Mitsubishi Mirage is available as a coupe or a sedan, and is capable of 40 mpg on the highway.
The 1998 Mitsubishi Mirage is a fuel-efficient and affordable compact car which is available as a coupe or a sedan, and is capable of 40 mpg on the highway.