Mitsubishi North America could be axed even this fiscal year, according to the Japanese company’s Chief Osamu Masuko.
Official cost for the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage has been uncovered, with the base DE model beginning from $13,720 featuring a $725 destination fee.
Mitsubishi is preparing a fresh subcompact known as the Mirage to sell in the US, and it will arrive with a base MSRP of $12,995.
When it comes to popular electric cars in America, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV isn’t among them, with overall weak deliveries since it was unleashed.
Mitsubishi has officially informed about a recall for i-MiEV and plug-in hybrid Outlander SUV in Japan where the biggest part of these models have been delivered so far. A recall in the U.S. may be next.
Mitsubishi is trying to reinforce its position in America and tries to present basic-level sedan in 2015.
Mitsubishi presented the Mirage model at the 2013 New York Auto Show. The Japanese brand will start selling the vehicle in US, but not India – better market for a subcompact hatchback.
It is said that the new mini Mirage will get 40 mpg in total during driving in the city and highway.