Mitsubishi Mirage CAR PRICE LIST IN Aug 2020

In order to help Filipino car buyers keep up with latest Mitsubishi Mirage price in the Philippines, provides regularly updated Mitsubishi Mirage price list as follows.

Please note that these are prices listed in some showrooms and should serve as reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Mitsubishi Mirage for sale section.

I. Mitsubishi Mirage price in the Philippines 2020

Model Price
Mitsubishi Mirage GLX 1.2 CVT price ₱760,000
Mitsubishi Mirage GLX 1.2 MT price ₱699,000

*Check out our Mitsubishi Philippines price list to get the latest pricing changes of all Mitsubishi cars

Having gone through 6 generations, the Mitsubishi Mirage is now nearly 40 years old and has gained a firm position in its segment. Initially, when it was first launched, the Mirage was reported to receive a lot of negative feedbacks. However, years later, with continuous updates and refinements, the city hatchback has gradually won the hearts of car enthusiasts.

The Mirage is a nice city car with aggressive automatic HID headlights, diamond-shaped grille, and a bloated hood. The hatchback also comes equipped with high-tech safety features with dual airbags and up-to-minute infotainment system. Under the hood of the Mirage is a 1.2L gasoline engine, producing 78 hp and 100 Nm of torque, mated to either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a CTV.

In the Philippines, the Mitsubishi Mirage 2020 brand new price is from P699k to P760k, which is still very affordable for most city drivers.

Matteo drives Mitsubishi’s best-selling Mirage hatchback

Mitsubishi Mirage 2018 cabin

The cabin of the Mirage owns an ergonomic design which caters for passengers’ joy and comfort

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II. Mitsubishi Mirage Price Philippines 2020: Estimated Downpayment & Monthly Installment

1. Mitsubishi Mirage Downpayment 2020: GLX 1.2 MT variant

SRP ₱699,000
Downpayment (25%) ₱139,800
Amount Financed ₱559,200
Tenure / Year 3
Bank Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years 5.22% 10.71%
Monthly Amortization ₱17,965.85 ₱20,524.19
Chattel Mortgage ₱18,900.05 Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year ₱19,509.32 Free
LTO for 3 years Free Free
CTPL for 3 years ₱1,680 Free
Total Loan Payment ₱646,770.72 ₱738,870.96
Total First Payment ₱179,889.36 ₱139,800

2. Mitsubishi Mirage Downpayment 2020: GLX 1.2 CVT variant

SRP ₱760,000
Downpayment (25%) ₱152,000
Amount Financed ₱608,000
Tenure / Year 3
Bank Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years 5.22% 10.71%
Monthly Amortization ₱19,533.69 ₱22,315.29
Chattel Mortgage ₱19,880.89 Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year ₱21,030.66 Free
LTO for 3 years Free Free
CTPL for 3 years ₱1,680 Free
Total Loan Payment ₱703,212.8 ₱803,350.4
Total First Payment ₱194,591.54 ₱152,000


  • SRP in Manila
  • Chattel Mortgage Fees might vary with the bank chosen
  • Interest rates might vary with the bank and Loan term
  • This is only an estimation of the actual cost. Monthly amortization does not include insurance premium

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III. Mitsubishi Mirage Philippines brief review

1. Mitsubishi Mirage Pros & Cons


- Affordable price;
- Good choice for city drive;
- Practical interior with advanced equipment;
- Up-to-date exterior style;
- Roomier than most competitors in B- and sub-B segment;
- Fuel efficiency.


- Lack of headroom in the rear seats;
- Not roomy enough headroom for rear passengers;
- Not made for long trips.

>>> Get more information in our Mitsubishi Mirage Philippines review section

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Mitsubishi Mirage 2018 angular front

Mitsubishi Mirage price gets the slightest increase if compared to other vehicles in the lineup

2. Mitsubishi Mirage 2020 Specs in the Philippines

Year Introduced 2013 (Refreshed in 2016)
Classification Subcompact Hatchback
The Basics
Body Type 5-door Hatchback
Seating 5
Engine/Drive F/F
Length 3,795 mm
Width 1,665 mm
Height 1,500 mm
Wheelbase 2,450 mm
Curb Weight 850 kg
Headlights HID
Fog Lamps Yes
Auto Lights Yes
Rain-sensing Wipers No
Steering Wheel Adjust Tilt
Steering Wheel Material Leather
Seating Surface Fabric
Seating Adjustment Manual
Folding Rear Seats 60/40
Onboard Computer Yes
Convenience Features
Power Mirrors Yes
Power Windows Yes
Power Door Locks Yes
Power Steering Yes
Climate Control Yes
Audio System
  • Stereo
  • DVD
  • MP3
  • Aux
  • USB
  • Bluetooth
  • GPS
  • 6 Speakers
Steering Controls No
Safety & Security
Airbags 2
Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS) Yes, with EBD
Traction/Stability Control No
Parking Sensors No
Immobilizer Yes
Electronic Door Locks Yes
Brake Assist Yes
Displacement 1.2 liters
Aspiration Normally Aspirated
Fuel Delivery EFI
Cylinders 3
BHP @ rpm 78 @ 6,000
Nm @ rpm 100 @ 4,000
Fuel/Min. Octane Gasoline/~91
Transmission CVT
Cruise Control No
Fuel Economy @ Ave. Speed 10.6 km/L @ 13 km/h
Suspension and Tires
Front Suspension Independent, MacPherson Strut
Rear Suspension Torsion Beam Axle
Front Brakes Vented Disc
Rear Brakes Drum
Tires Bridgestone Potenza RE050A 175/55 R 15 V (f & r)
Wheels Alloy

*Contact the nearest Mitsubishi Philippines dealerships for more details regarding specs and financing options

Mitsubishi Mirage 2019 side view

The Mitsubishi Mirage GLS CVT 2020 can well afford to survive urban traffic in the Philippines

IV. About Mitsubishi Philippines

Mitsubishi is one of the most recognizable brand names in the world. From 2016 onwards, it has also become a part of one of the largest partnerships in the automotive world; the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.

Before that though, Mitsubishi has been involved in a lot of partnerships in its long history. There’s its connection with Chrysler from the 70s to the 90s, with Volvo, Groupe PSA, Volkswagen, and many others.

Mitsubishi logo badge

During years of development, Mitsubishi has always been known as a key player in the automobile industry

Like many of the large Japanese car manufacturers, Mitsubishi had a significant presence in motorsport. In the ’70s, their beastly Pajero competed successfully in the brutal Dakar Rally. From the ’80s to the ’90s, they also participated in the World Rally Championship with their now mythical Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution.

Here in the Philippines, Mitsubishi made vehicles are distributed by Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation or MMPC. They’ve been around for a long time and currently, they’re the 2nd largest car company in the country with its expanding Mitsubishi dealership network. MMPC’s current line-up consists of the Mitsubishi Xpander, Mirage, Mirage G4, Strada, Montero Sport, Pajero, and also a number of commercial purpose vehicles.

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) belongs to the top-leading car brands

In-depth reviews of most sought-after Mitsubishi cars will be updated in our Mitsubishi review section.