The Mitsubishi Mirage a range of Sedan cars manufactured by the Mitsubishi Motors from 1978 to 2003. The Hatchback models produced between 1978 and 2003 were classified as subcompact cars, while the sedan and Station Wagon models, were marketed prominently as the Mitsubishi Lancer, were the compacts.The liftback introduced in 1988 complemented the sedan as an additional compact offering, and the coupe of 1991 fitted in with the subcompact range.
Mitsubishi introduced replacements for the fifth series of Mirage, starting in 2000 with a new generation of Lancer—now larger, having moved up to the compact segment. Then in 2002, a subcompact five-door hatchback badged Colt globally became available. By 2003, the Mirage and its derivatives had been completely phased out of mainstream Japanese production. For the 2002-era Colt's replacement in 2012, Mitsubishi decided to resurrect the Mirage name internationally for a new sixth generation model.
Mitsubishi launched the Mirage as a front-wheel drive three-door hatchback in March 1978, as a response to the 1973 oil crisis. A five-door hatchback on a longer wheelbase arrived in September. Since most overseas markets did not have the Mitsubishi Minica kei car, the Mirage was usually sold as Mitsubishi's entry-level model. Chassis codes were from A151 to 153 for the three-doors, with A155 and up used for the longer five-door version.
Mitsubishi launched the second generation of Mirage in Japan in 1983, again splitting the range into Mirage and Lancer Fiore models. A station wagon version of the Mirage was added in 1985, with a four-wheel drive wagon available from the fall of 1986 with the 1.8-liter gasoline engine.
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