Mitsubishi has officially launched the 2020 facelift of Mirage hatchback and Attrage sedan in Thailand. Both these models will appear at the 2019 Thailand International Motor Expo which will begin on 28th November.
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This is the second facelift for the 6th generation Mirage that was unveiled at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show and received a facelift way back in 2015. Now it gets a sharper and more dynamic exterior styling as well as interior updates.
Both Mirage and Attrage now feature Mitsubishi’s signature Dynamic Shield fascia which first appeared on the Xpander MPV and since then have successfully been incorporated with the Triton pickup as well as ASX crossover. The new bumper and grille is joined by a redesigned, narrower multi-bulb LED combination headlight that widens the look of the front end. At the back, there is a restyled bumper with square-ish edges and updated LED combination lamps. New 15-inch alloy wheels designs as well as two new exterior colors are also on offer.
In terms of interior the 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage gets a new fabric and synthetic leather combination upholstery, while the Attrage gets synthetic leather seats, with both featuring contrast colored stitching on the sides.
The duo also gets a new Smartphone Display Audio (SDA) system, which comes with a 7-inch display and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Other revisions include a faux carbon-fiber finish for the instrument panel and the power window switch panels, redesigned front arm rests and soft-feel cloth trim for hand-touch areas.
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Under the hood the 1.2 liter engine remains the same which produces 78 hp and 100 Nm paired with either a 5-speed manual transmission or CVT.
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