The New 2017 Toyota Yaris vs The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage

2017 Toyota Yaris vs 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage
When it comes to five-door hatchbacks the Toyota Yaris and Mitsubishi Mirage are two to be compared. Both are at close comparisons in most categories, and it can be hard to determine which one is best for you. Here we will discuss the pros and cons of each vehicle to help you decide which one stands out more.

2017 Toyota Yaris vs Mirage Interior

The Toyota is made of higher-quality plastics than the Mitsubishi when it comes to the inside. Not only this, but it has a lot of different storage areas throughout that make it convenient. The Mirage seems to be made of cheaper plastics followed by a design that seems to take us back about 20 years ago.

2017 Yaris vs The 2017 Mirage Fuel Economy

The Mitsubishi has a combined mpg of 39*, which is the highest number in fuel economy for a non-hybrid vehicle. This is great, but in return it only gives off about 78 horsepower. It is great for running around a downtown area, but on the highway it seems to exhaust very quickly. The Yaris gives off 106 horsepower with its 1.5-liter 4-cylinder. The fuel economy is great for its size at 33 mpg*.

2017 Yaris vs 2017 Mirage Safety

The Yaris seems to take a big step forward when it comes to safety. It has a lot more advanced systems when compared to the Mirage. The Yaris comes with lane departure warning, forward collision warning, and automatic high beams. The Mirage doesn’t include any of those features in any trim.

It Makes A Difference

Both cars will provide a cheap option to transport one or two people, but the Toyota seems to give you more for its low price. It is nicer inside and comes standard with more of the latest safety features. Invest in a new 2017 Toyota Yaris today by coming out to Toyota of Longview. You can test drive the 2017 Yaris, and see for yourself why it is such a great investment for your next vehicle. Also, stop by for any car needs or questions you may have. We are always happy to help!

*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.