Quebec is one of Mitsubishi’s strongest markets in Canada, and the Japanese manufacturer has chosen the 2016 Montreal Auto Show to showcase updates to three products, as well as a new 2017 Mirage hatchback.
The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage
The smallest gas-powered Mitsubishi was originally shown at the Los Angeles show. It features a new grille and more tech. The new front-end design of MItsu’s subcompact is a big step up, as is the tech found inside: the Mirage hatch follows in the footsteps of its Outlander sibling, and vow features compatibility for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The latest Mirage goes on sale this spring, with a starting price of $12,598, and the great warranty Mitsubishi has become known for.
Lancer and RVR updated for 2016
The popular 2016 Lancer has also received a few exterior modifications. The front fascia is all-new, and the interior has been given a bit of a once-over as well. On the mechanical front. MItsu’s engineers have made the CVT-8 Continuously-variable automatic transmission standard on all all-wheel drive models. The 2016 Lancer starts at $15,000.
The 2016 RVR crossover, meanwhile, has also received updated styling more in keeping with the larger Outlander SUV, launched last year. In addition to the new (an indeed, much better) styling, a comprehensive set of new electronic driving aids have made the RVR safer and easier to drive. The $19,998 base price, meanwhile, makes the RVR a great choice for those looking for a great value crossover.