- the 2021 mitsubishi mirage hatchback and mirage g4 sedan both see their prices increase by $300 over 2020 models; they now start at $15,290 and $16,290, respectively.
- the mirage received a facelift for 2021 and got several interior updates, and mitsubishi also dropped the gt trim, the highest trim level.
- the 2021 mirage and mirage g4 are already on dealer lots.
mitsubishi’s entry-level subcompacts, the mirage hatchback and mirage g4 sedan, received facelifts for the 2021 model year along with some updates on the interior, and the starting price for both have received a price bump of $300. the mirage will start at $15,290 and the mirage g4 will start at $16,290. that lowest price for the mirage is for the base es with a five-speed manual transmission. the same model with a continuously variable automatic transmission is priced $1300 higher, the same price difference as last year.
the highest trim on the 2020 mirage, the gt, is discontinued for 2021, leaving three trim levels: es, le, and se. the top-trim se received a price hike of $700 and now starts at $18,445. the mirage g4, which didn't offer a gt model last year, sees the se trim increase by the same amount, to $19,190. on both the mirage and the mirage g4, the middle-level le trim sees only a $25 price increase over 2020.
the 2021 mirage is still powered by a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that puts out 78 horsepower and 74 lb-ft of torque. a carbonite edition gets a different grille along with carbon pattern surfaces elsewhere on the exterior. both the mirage and mirage g4 are on dealer lots now.