Builder of a Toyota-based Class C motorhome, Mirage came into existence in the 1970s when the United States pressured recreational vehicle manufacturers demanded more fuel efficient options. Ranging in lengths from 16.5 to 21 feet, Mirage motorhomes consumed gasoline at a gallon every 20 miles. Well-equipped for individual or vacationing couples on the inside, the exterior of Mirage motorhomes were stylish looking vehicles. The Toyota truck-based Mirage motorhomes were last produced in 1986.
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Manufacturer note(s): MOTORHOMES - No longer in business after 1986.