The Mitsubishi Mirage and Mitsubishi Mirage G4 are both eerily similar in that they’re the most affordable models on the Japanese automaker’s lineup. The standard Mirage offers a hatchback body style, while the Mirage G4 is the sedan version of the popular model. That small difference can leave drivers questioning which model is best for them. Here’s a quick breakdown of the Mirage and Mirage G4 to help determine which car is right for you.
While both models are entirely affordable, the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 boasts a starting price of $13,995.
That’s $1,000 more than the standard Mitsubishi Mirage which comes in with a price tag of $12,995.
Although the only difference between the two models is the body style, they do earn different fuel economy numbers. The 2017 Mirage G4 comes in with an EPA-estimated 35 city/42 hwy mpg. Meanwhile, the 2017 Mirage offers an EPA-estimated 37 city/43 hwy mpg.
That isn’t much of a difference but to drivers who are always on the road, those few miles tend to add up over time.