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October 23, 2020

The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is Cheaper Now Than When It Launched in 2013

Seven years ago, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) made headlines in October by bringing in the Mirage G4—the sedan version of the well-received Mirage hatchback, providing extra practicality for those who want a trunk.

Since then, the Mirage G4 has become an instant hit due to its solid design and practicality. It has become a top choice among first-time car buyers with its affordable price tag. It’s also proudly Philippine-made, one of MMPC’s entry to the government’s Comprehensive Automotive Resurgence Strategy or CARS program.

Commemorating the Mirage G4’s accomplishments in the Philippines, MMPC is extending its Mitsubishi Rollback promo which now covers both GLX MT and GLX CVT versions of the Mirage G4. Until the end of October, get a P 207,000 cash discount on Mitsubishi’s sub-compact sedan. This brings down the price of the Mirage G4 GLX MT to just P 528,000 and P 578,000 for the GLX AT. For the GLX MT, that’s P 10,000 than its introductory price way back in 2013.

For that price, the Mirage G4 comes with 15-inch alloy wheels as standard, welcome and coming home lights, and a 2-DIN USB-equipped head unit.

The Mirage G4 was also awarded by the ASEAN NCAP for Adult Occupancy Protection (AOP) in the mini car category. It’s equipped with dual SRS airbags, ABS with EBD (for GLX CVT), and a RISE body structure that keeps occupants safe from harm by effectively absorbing and dispensing the crash impact from all directions.


  1. I Hope Mitsubishi Philippines Launch the Facelifted Mirage and Mirage G4 by 3rd or 4th Quarter next Year, But with 3 Variants in both Hatchback and G4 Version.

  2. Is the amount applies to all mitsubishi branches (like las pinas mitsubishi?)

  3. What is the certainty that the new facelifted Mirage G4 2021 will actually be launched here in the Philippines? I hope MMPC clarifies when it actually come out.

    1. With MMPC enrolling the Mirage / Mirage G4 in the CARS program, they said it'll take much longer for the facelifted cars to get here. We're pretty sure though it'll be launched here in 2021.


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