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August 28, 2021

2022 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 Arrives Starting At P 769k, Comes With 2 Years Free PMS (w/ Specs)

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) has officially launched the 2022 Mirage G4. The best-selling sub-compact sedan which boasts class-above features and space now gets a more aggressive and sportier style this time around.

Since its market debut in 2013, the Mirage nameplate has sold more than 92,000 units, and in 2017, MMPC started producing the Mirage G4 locally. Since then, it has built more than 54,000 cars—a testament to the build quality and value that the Mirage offers.

For its 2022 model year refresh, the Mirage G4 now carries the Dynamic Shield design. Encapsulating a revised front-end design, it now exudes greater confidence. At the back, the rear bumpers get a more angular design as well. New 15-inch alloy wheels cap off the changes.

The Mirage G4 comes in four colors: Red Metallic (GLX CVT and GLS only), Titanium Gray Metallic, Cool Silver Metallic, and White Sold (advanced firm order with three-month waiting time for GLX CVT and GLS CVT variants only).

Under the hood, the refreshed Mirage G4 continues with the tried-and-tested 1.2-liter MIVEC (3A92) 3-cylinder engine producing 78 horsepower and 100 Nm of torque. This is partnered to either a 5-speed manual or an INVECS-III CVT.

Despite its compact exterior size, the 2022 Mirage G4 can easily accommodate five adults. New creature comfort features include a new 7-inch Smart Phone Link Display Audio (SDA) infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a new rear arm rest with center cup holder. Other features are carried over including keyless entry with engine push-start, automatic climate control, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, and more.

As for safety, the Mirage G4 comes with dual SRS airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX child seat anchors, and a reverse camera.

There are three variants for the Mirage G4 and they come with the following SRPs: Mirage G4 GLX MT (P 769,000), Mirage G4 GLX CVT (P 819,000), and Mirage G4 GLS CVT (P 899,000).

To further enhance the ownership experience, MMPC is adding a free Preventive Maintenance Service (PMS) package up to 2 years or 25,000 kilometers (whichever comes first) with free sanitation service to all customers who will purchase the new Mirage G4 until November 30, 2021.

2022 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 Specifications
  • Overall Length: 4,305 mm
  • Overall Width: 1,670 mm
  • Overall Height: 1,515 mm
  • Gross Weight: 1,305 kg (GLX), 1,335 kg (GLS)
  • Curb Weight: 905 kg (GLX), 935 kg (GLS MT), 940 kg (GLS CVT)
  • Seating Capacity: 5
  • Engine: 3A92 1.2-liter Inline-3 DOHC MIVEC
  • Displacement: 1,193 cc
  • Maximum Power: 78 PS @ 6,000 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 100 Nm @ 4,000 rpm
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 42 liters
  • Transmission: 5-speed MT or CVT
  • Front Suspension: Independent, MacPherson Strut
  • Rear Suspension: Torsion Beam Axle
  • Front Brakes: 14-inch Ventilated Disc
  • Rear: 8-inch Leading and Trailing Drum
  • Tires: 185/55R15
  • Wheels: 15-inch Alloy (including spare tire)
  • Steering: Electric Rack & Pinion
  • Steering Wheel Material: 3-spoke Urethane (GLX), 3-spoke Leather (GLS)
  • Audio Control: Equipped
  • Voice-Command with Hands-Free Function: Equipped w/ Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Tilt Adjustment: Equipped
  • Front SRS Airbags: Dual
  • Emergency Stop Signal: GLS only
  • Front Seat Belts: 3-pt ELR w/ Pretensioner
  • Rear Seat Belts: 3-pt ELR x 3
  • ISOFIX Child Restraint: Equipped x 2
  • Tether Anchor: Equipped x 2
  • ABS w/ EBD: GLS only
  • Brake Override System: Equipped
  • Rear Center Armrest: w/ Cupholders x 2
  • Headlamp Auto Off: Equipped
  • High-Contrast Combination Instrument Cluster: Equipped
  • Multi-information Display Monitor: Equipped (Outside Temperature for GLS only)
  • Air Conditioning System: Manual (GLX), Single-Zone Climate Control (GLS)
  • Front Headlamp: Multi-reflector Halogen
  • Foglamp: GLS only
  • Rear Combination Lamp: Bulb-Type
  • High-Mount Stop Lamp: Equipped, LED
  • Keyless Entry: Equipped
  • Keyless Operation w/ Engine Push Start: GLS only
  • Remote Trunk Opener/Trunk Lid Switch: GLS only
  • Rear View Camera: GLS only
  • Welcome Home Light: GLS only
  • Coming Home Light: GLS only


  1. H overpriced compared to vios. hey shod hav put as standard hill start asist n stability control. Vios base automatic 755k has 3 erbags, hillstart asist, stability control, carplay, adroid auto n bigger displacement n bigger space.

    1. Stop complaining jejemon..Go buy a gas guzzler Vios 1.3 with weak aircon if you want it.
      G4 GLX is surely gonna sell well thanks to cash discounts and low downpayment plans.

    2. H not complaining...h comparing so dat consumers can hav an informed choice. Honda city s automatic 888k has 4 erbags, hillstar assist, traction/stability control, 8 inch infotainment wd carplay n adroid auto, bigger space n much much bigger n powerful engine. N also has a big dscount n lowdown

  2. Hihintayin ko full review ni sir Uly nitong facelifted Mirage. Siguradong matutuwa tayo sa paggigisa hehehehe

  3. Hope it is still 180k discount.

    If there is a formal review, please check if previous complaints are now fixed?:
    1. Weak aircon
    2. Poor NVH
    3. Suspension bottoms out when there are 5 passengers plus luggage.

  4. This car will truly suffer from sir Uly's review. That would be an entertaining article to read.

  5. Ampanget. Pilit na pilit yung dynamic shield fascia, lmao.

  6. Ayos na kaya suspension nito sa likod di na lulundo kapag may dalawa or tatlong sakay sa likod?

  7. The Disappointing features that needs to be improved in the future are: No Center Door Locking system, No Center Armrest on the front seats and The Rear View Mirror on the top of the line model is still Day and Night function instead of Auto-Dimming system.

  8. An overprived lemon, that now becomes more expensive! Great!

  9. Lol the recent 2021 release of new Nissan Almera (PH model) is enough to shame this overpriced, underspecced Mirage G4 and Ciaz.

    And oh, for the last one, Suzuki: even worse garbage—now considering that, at least in Mitsu it's locally produced (but still, overpriced compared to just the Vios alone) while Ciaz is an imported model!


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