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    #1851
    "...e37 na 16inch mags?..." I think it is too wide, they will hit your fender. It will also mess your odometer reading, shorten the life of your cluch, and you'll have to swap for new set of tires. As you are buying a BN car, any modification you make can void your warranty, check with with MMPC first.

    The feature upgrades of GLS worth the price difference, if you are living or driving in a far away province with no SOS at hand, the GLX will give you better peace of mind.

    :balloons: Rakrakan na ba? :band:
    Last edited by youngrider; November 9th, 2012 at 05:04 AM.

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    #1852
    Quote Originally Posted by rene_tagle View Post
    magaganda po mga kinikoment ko dito sir, lahat po pabor sa ating mga future owner ng mirage, lalong lalo na sa mga kumuha ng bank P.O., nabasa ko bank P.O. din kinuha mo so dapat nga matuwa ka pa sa mga puna ko on how those dealers discriminate those bank P.O.'s. para maging pantay pantay ang deal na makuha natin, dahil parehas lang naglabas ng 10k ang mga nagpareserve dito, imbes na tumulong ka sinusuppress mo pa ako, kaya nga tingin ko insider ka ng mitsu. wala po ako sinabi ni isa na against sa mirage, against lang ako dun sa bias na mga dealer, gets mo?
    Dun ka magreklamo sa dealer wag dito

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    #1853
    Quote Originally Posted by youngrider View Post
    "...e37 na 16inch mags?..." I think it is too wide, they will hit your fender. It will also mess your odometer reading, shorten the life of your cluch, and you'll have to swap for new set of tires. As you are buying a BN car, any modification you make can void your warranty, check with with MMPC first.

    The feature upgrades of GLS worth the price difference, if you are living or driving in a far away province with no SOS at hand, the GLX will give you better peace of mind.

    :balloons: Rakrakan na ba? :band:
    Ang sagad na mags for mirage is 17inch pero magiiba na takbo mo nun kumpara sa 15 pero ok pa rin naman

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    #1854
    Quote Originally Posted by glennba View Post
    Actually, meron nako nakikitang taxi na picanto. Kaya nasabi ko sa sarili ko, wag naman sana gawing taxi ang Mirage. :P
    same here, may ilang picanto taxis din akong nakita... although white yung pinareserved ko, not really a big deal

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    #1855
    Quote Originally Posted by kEnIcHi2905 View Post
    kaya nga sir medyo nakakalito. advice ko lang sir, mas maganda siguro kung maasikaso mo agad yung paglipat before magkalabasan ng unit. para malaman mo na agad kung ano mga dapat gawin at mailipat ng planta yung reservation mo to other dealer. sa dealer po kasi pumapasok ang reservation fee, hindi sa planta. kaya paano kaya nila gagawan ng remedyo yung paglipat ng reservation mo.

    kung mangyari nga po na maging hindi masyadong hassle yung paglipat, paki-post po dito para malaman din ng iba na magbabalak din lumipat.

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    Sa information mo sir, kelan nga may releasing na ng Mirage, on or before Nov 16 , or Nov 17 onwards? Maya gawin pang last week para makasabay na si accesories...

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    #1856
    Quote Originally Posted by Hazeru View Post
    Mitsubishi Mirage Club Philippines

    - Just opened the group, but would prefer someone more knowledgeable to become admin.

    Perhaps here we can compile the things that are certain about the Mirage (make, color, prices, etc.) so it'd be easy for newcomers to see the pertinent information at hand. Then just update the information as we go on.

    *calix: mag-admin ka :P
    Just sent a request...

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    #1857
    Quote Originally Posted by Jester_23 View Post
    Guys newbie on the forum.. I am planning to get my first car, nakikita ko dito sa mga forums na mukang ok nga si mirage.. Gls m/t gray yung Kinuha ko bagay kya dun yung te37 na 16inch mags? Tapos San ba maganda magpagawa ng sound system? Tsaka Anu ba talaga pinaka sulit po yung gls po or glx? Sana matulungan nyo po ko.
    yes, maganda ang te37 na 16s, actually, ganun din plano ko, pero sa ang nacacanvass ko lang ay 15s and 17s. masyado mahal originals, taiwan copy nasa 25k for mags
    sound system, maraming okay, kaso consider yung malapit sa bahay mo or sa work kasi maraming oras gagamitin sa pagkakabit lalo na kung full audio setup ang gagawin mo, this includes sub, amp, headunit etc
    kung magpapalit ka rin lang ng mags and audio system, mag glx ka na lang para di sayang yung upgrades ng gls, yung natipid mo sa price discrepancy, pwede pang mods din yun db


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    #1858
    JUST CAME OUT TODAY FROM TOPGEAR

    "As we reported earlier this week, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) will be launching the Mirage subcompact hatchback next week at its "Mirage Music Festival and Expo" at the SM Mall of Asia concert grounds. As it so happens, we're also in the middle of editing our Buyers' Guide, so when we asked MMPC to send its latest price list--lo and behold--the prices of the Mirage variants are already included.

    During Mitsubishi's regional test drive for the Mirage in May in Thailand, MMPC ad and promo manager Arlan Reyes revealed that the Philippine market will have three variants. Upon checking the updated price list MMPC sent us, it's now confirmed that we'll be getting four variants with two trims: the entry-level GLX and the more upscale GLS.

    Drivetrain choices remain the same, though: a 1.2-liter, three-cylinder engine that puts out 77hp and 100Nm of torque and is paired with either a five-speed manual or continuously variable transmission.

    During our inspection of the Thai-spec units at the Mirage's regional test drive, Reyes mentioned that the Thai models would hardly differ from the Philippine market-model. So, judging by what we saw in the Thai-market Mirage, the GLX will come with a driver-side airbag, anti-lock brake system with electronic brake-force distribution, color-keyed power door mirrors, black-colored inner door handles, keyless entry, cooler, sound system with auxiliary input and USB connectivity, and four speakers.

    The GLS variants, meanwhile, will come with all of that plus a front-passenger airbag, 15-inch alloy wheels, front foglamps, blacked-out B-pillars, roof spoiler, silver-accented instrument panel, chromed inner door handles, and automatic air-conditioning. If all the add-ons to the GLS variants don't seem to make the significant P90,000 difference worth it, then perhaps the possible inclusion of an engine start/stop button and a satellite navigation system (which the Thai-market GLS has) will.

    So, how much will the five-door Mirage cost? The base GLX with manual transmission is pegged at P498,000, while the CVT-equipped GLX will be sold for P548,000. For the higher-spec'd GLS variants, the manual transmission-toting model will go for P588,000, while the CVT-equipped one has a P638,000 price tag.

    Cooler? ah makikita lahat yan ng magpupunta sa fest at mag test drive and hope they will share their reviews and post din dito ang mga pics nila para naman makakita rin nung mga nasa malayong probinsiya hehehe
    Last edited by tc327; November 9th, 2012 at 11:58 AM.

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    #1859
    Quote Originally Posted by tc327 View Post
    JUST CAME OUT TODAY FROM TOPGEAR

    "As we reported earlier this week, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) will be launching the Mirage subcompact hatchback next week at its "Mirage Music Festival and Expo" at the SM Mall of Asia concert grounds. As it so happens, we're also in the middle of editing our Buyers' Guide, so when we asked MMPC to send its latest price list--lo and behold--the prices of the Mirage variants are already included.

    During Mitsubishi's regional test drive for the Mirage in May in Thailand, MMPC ad and promo manager Arlan Reyes revealed that the Philippine market will have three variants. Upon checking the updated price list MMPC sent us, it's now confirmed that we'll be getting four variants with two trims: the entry-level GLX and the more upscale GLS.

    Drivetrain choices remain the same, though: a 1.2-liter, three-cylinder engine that puts out 77hp and 100Nm of torque and is paired with either a five-speed manual or continuously variable transmission.

    During our inspection of the Thai-spec units at the Mirage's regional test drive, Reyes mentioned that the Thai models would hardly differ from the Philippine market-model. So, judging by what we saw in the Thai-market Mirage, the GLX will come with a driver-side airbag, anti-lock brake system with electronic brake-force distribution, color-keyed power door mirrors, black-colored inner door handles, keyless entry, cooler, sound system with auxiliary input and USB connectivity, and four speakers.

    The GLS variants, meanwhile, will come with all of that plus a front-passenger airbag, 15-inch alloy wheels, front foglamps, blacked-out B-pillars, roof spoiler, silver-accented instrument panel, chromed inner door handles, and automatic air-conditioning. If all the add-ons to the GLS variants don't seem to make the significant P90,000 difference worth it, then perhaps the possible inclusion of an engine start/stop button and a satellite navigation system (which the Thai-market GLS has) will.

    So, how much will the five-door Mirage cost? The base GLX with manual transmission is pegged at P498,000, while the CVT-equipped GLX will be sold for P548,000. For the higher-spec'd GLS variants, the manual transmission-toting model will go for P588,000, while the CVT-equipped one has a P638,000 price
    tag.

    Cooler? ah makikita lahat yan ng magpupunta sa fest at sana ipost din dito ang mga pics nila para naman yung nasa malayong probinsiya makakita rin hehehe

    So, with the price of the all-new Mirage now out, will you be buying one at next week's Mirage Music Fest and Expo?
    Ano yung cooler, hehe

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    #1860
    Quote Originally Posted by babam31 View Post
    Ano yung cooler, hehe
    Malamang aircon yung tinutukoy jan.

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