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Like a G6, except not: Mitsubishi Mirage G4 bows in New York

Mitsubishi first introduced its value-oriented Mirage as a hatchback. Now, there's a sedan joining the fray.

The only downside to buying a Mirage sedan? Those giant, slightly gaudy G4 badges on the back.


The Mitsubishi Mirage is all about value, but it's only available as a hatchback. Not everyone needs the extra space or enjoys the look, so in order to bolster its lineup and attempt to rope in new buyers, Mitsubishi is rolling out a sedan variant.

The Mirage G4 debuts at the New York International Auto Show as a 2017 model, the same model year as the refreshed hatchback that came out last year in Los Angeles. The G4 takes advantages of the same updates, including a smoother 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine and a more premium-looking front end.

Even though the car is aimed at folks that want a new car and are willing to make sacrifices to achieve that, there's a fair bit of new tech thrown in. The Mirage G4 will come equipped with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone connectivity, although it's unclear if that will be standard or optional.

Unlike several other New York debuts, which might take nearly a year to hit showrooms, the Mirage G4 will be available for purchase before summer arrives. There's no word on pricing just yet.