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Mitsubishi Mirage LA (Hatchback) LS CVT

Mitsubishi Mirage LA (Hatchback) LS CVT (2013-2020)

Also referred to as: Mitsubishi Mirage LA (Hatchback) LS CVT 2019 and Mitsubishi Mirage LA (Hatchback) LS CVT 2021.
4.2 from 5 reviews

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    aziz

    aziz

    • 5 reviews

    Perfect car

    published

    Great little car very easy to manage i like driving it beautiful colour and looks. It is very economical on fuel. Air conditioner could have been better. Bluetooth connectivity is also a plus point. Usb connectivity. Full tank that costs around 30$$ can easily do 370 -390 kms which is pretty good.

    BodyHatch
    BadgeLS
    Engine Size1.2
    TransmissionAutomatic
    Date PurchasedNov 2015
    IntrepidAussie

    IntrepidAussiePerth

    • 5 reviews
    • 3 likes
    • Verified purchase

    Cheated on Fuel Economy

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    We bought this car purely for its Fuel Economy but were misled.
    The sticker on this car says Combined consumption is 4.9 L/100km, Urban 5.6 L/100km, and Extra Urban is 4.4 L/100km.
    We have never got better than 7 L/100km - despite driving very carefully and mixing local and freeway trips (over a four month period).
    The rest of the car is fantastic. Great turning circle. Small outside but roomy inside. Nifty to park. Very comfortable.

    BodyHatch
    BadgeLS
    TransmissionAutomatic
    Date PurchasedApr 2016
    Engine Size1.2
    Smith Carter

    Smith Carter

    • 5 reviews
    • 5 likes

    Surprisingly Delegate and Economical Hatchback Ever

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    Mitsubishi Mirage is the world's most fuel efficient car in the hatchbacks with out any electric motor battery, it gives more than 40 MPG drive range on highway and more than 27 MPG in the City which makes it a Economical hatchback car ever. Decent to drive explore more with the 2016 Mitsubishi Mirage.

    BodyHatch
    BadgeLS
    TransmissionAutomatic
    Engine Size1.2
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    Steve

    SteveBrisbane

    • 6 reviews
    • 6 likes

    It is a perfect City/Suburban runabout.

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    BodyHatch
    BadgeLS
    TransmissionAutomatic
    Engine Size1.2
    Cosmic kicker

    Cosmic kickerWide Bay-Burnett, QLD

    • 16 reviews
    • 12 likes

    Nice - Looking

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    I took 1 for a test drive today, on paper this car is excellent value, it drove ok, up to 60kh a slight vibration on take off, this version is the LS CVT, the seats are very comfortable the climate control superb, and as I said up to 60kh it was almost smooth, it just felt a little unsteady at times. On the highway the body roll was scary, so this car is perfect for the city dweller, I wouldn't buy 1.
    Seats very comfortable, climate control awesome, warrenty and service 5 yrs and the capped price is 250 every year for 4 years.
    Body roll, engine noise, vibration at start and take off, and bootsize.

    Engine Size1.2
    TransmissionAutomatic
    BadgeLS
    BodyHatch
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    Questions & Answers

    Shan

    Shanasked

    Hi, I just purchased a 2014 mirage and in trying to figure out why the aircon isn't blowing cold air, I've noticed the radiator fan isn't spinning - that I have seen. I haven't done any long trips in it yet, generally only 10 minute drives so far. My question is, how long should it take for the fan to kick in? I am scared to drive far in case the fan isn't working!
    Thank you for any help!

    1 answer
    j.chilton5
    j.chilton5

    Radiator fan should only kick in when it needs to i.e. it won't spin as soon as you turn on the car. It will eventually start spinning when you are stuck in traffic (you'll hear it click on) but shouldn't need to if you're driving in normal conditions as there is enough cooling via the normal airflow over the radiator.

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