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    #321
    the white looks nice in picture

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    #322
    maybe the apple green of the crosswind best approximates the mirage's kermit (the frog) green.. heh heh.
    i had a lime green car many years ago. OEM VW color! and everyone knew where i went! i can't even park near mga lugal na kaduda-duda, for fear someone who knew me, might pass by..

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    i'm just wodering if the same Mitsubishi technology for smart key and one-touch start is applied or available in Mirage KOS. Anyone?

    watch Mitsu smart key and one-touch start here

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    #324
    Quote Originally Posted by calix0305 View Post

    here's Mirage direct competition; Celerio, Sparks, Eon/i10 and Picanto. Among the 4 i think Mirage has more cool stuffs to offer.
    Like! Just wish as is s specs pag labas.

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    #325
    Quote Originally Posted by carchase View Post
    Sa mga nagpunta last PIMS, ano ang malapit na color nung green mirage sa mga existing cars now on the road?
    Di ko mafigure ang actual color na green kapag nasa actual roads na, ganda kase ng lighting sa PIMS event.

    like green - Jazz, mazda2, cherry QQ , spark???
    Same green as jazz and spark.

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    Mitsubishi PH gets first-ever left-hand-drive Mirage unit

    If you were at last weekend's 4th Philippine International Motor Show and you happened to stop by Mitsubishi Motors Philippines' booth, you probably saw the crowd that never seemed to dissipate around the all-new Mirage subcompact hatchback.

    The Mirage is MMPC's entry to the highly competitive subcompact car segment, which we've written about numerous times both in print and online. And the Pop Green Metallic-colored unit you saw on display at the show? It's actually very special since it's the very first left-hand-drive model to roll out of Mitsubishi's Laem Chabang plant in Thailand.

    That's right, it's the very first--and so far, the only--left-hand-drive unit to be made at Mitsubishi's sole Mirage manufacturing facility in the world.

    "We asked Mitsubishi Thailand to make a left-hand-drive unit specifically for the show so they had to squeeze it in while continuing to produce right-hand-drive units for Thailand and other right-hand-drive markets," said MMPC ad and promo manager Arlan Reyes.

    Reyes added that the unit on display still isn't a Philippine-specification model, but it is "pretty close to it."

    So, if you're a serious car collector and you want to add the very first left-hand-drive, sixth-generation Mitsubishi Mirage to your collection, you could perhaps make MMPC an offer it can't refuse.

    We've also been told by MMPC that, as of the motor show's closing last Sunday, August 19, it had already received over 80 reservations for the Mirage.

    Photo by Marlon 'Taz' Dacumos - Top Gear Ph

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    How close is it? :dunno:

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    #327
    Quote Originally Posted by calix0305 View Post
    i'm just wodering if the same Mitsubishi technology for smart key and one-touch start is applied or available in Mirage KOS. Anyone?

    watch Mitsu smart key and one-touch start here
    almost.



    yung difference lang yung Rear Door (Tailgate/Hatch) ng mirage is using mechanical latch not the electric latch used on the ASX. in order to open yung hatch ng mirage w/o taking out the key, you need to press the black button first then open hatch with the door handle.

    unlike dun sa ASX electric yung rear latch same as our '11 Sorento. once you press the door switch to open the tailgate, it also senses the smart key. so even the vehicle is locked, once you press the tailgate switch w/ your smart key in your pocket, it will open as if di nakalock.

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    #328
    Quote Originally Posted by ratchet23 View Post
    almost.



    yung difference lang yung Rear Door (Tailgate/Hatch) ng mirage is using mechanical latch not the electric latch used on the ASX. in order to open yung hatch ng mirage w/o taking out the key, you need to press the black button first then open hatch with the door handle.

    unlike dun sa ASX electric yung rear latch same as our '11 Sorento. once you press the door switch to open the tailgate, it also senses the smart key. so even the vehicle is locked, once you press the tailgate switch w/ your smart key in your pocket, it will open as if di nakalock.
    Good share bro. ETACS of Mirage is clear advantage over its competitors in the subcompact category without sacrificing its price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calix0305 View Post
    Mitsubishi PH gets first-ever left-hand-drive Mirage unit

    If you were at last weekend's 4th Philippine International Motor Show and you happened to stop by Mitsubishi Motors Philippines' booth, you probably saw the crowd that never seemed to dissipate around the all-new Mirage subcompact hatchback.

    The Mirage is MMPC's entry to the highly competitive subcompact car segment, which we've written about numerous times both in print and online. And the Pop Green Metallic-colored unit you saw on display at the show? It's actually very special since it's the very first left-hand-drive model to roll out of Mitsubishi's Laem Chabang plant in Thailand.

    That's right, it's the very first--and so far, the only--left-hand-drive unit to be made at Mitsubishi's sole Mirage manufacturing facility in the world.

    "We asked Mitsubishi Thailand to make a left-hand-drive unit specifically for the show so they had to squeeze it in while continuing to produce right-hand-drive units for Thailand and other right-hand-drive markets," said MMPC ad and promo manager Arlan Reyes.

    Reyes added that the unit on display still isn't a Philippine-specification model, but it is "pretty close to it."

    So, if you're a serious car collector and you want to add the very first left-hand-drive, sixth-generation Mitsubishi Mirage to your collection, you could perhaps make MMPC an offer it can't refuse.

    We've also been told by MMPC that, as of the motor show's closing last Sunday, August 19, it had already received over 80 reservations for the Mirage.

    Photo by Marlon 'Taz' Dacumos - Top Gear Ph

    ===

    How close is it? :dunno:
    probably, more on appearance nalang changes niyan sir. the features won't differ.

    one difference i bet is the seat color.



    tingin ko magiging all black yan pati dash. PHDM units lagi iniiwasan yung light colors dumihin kasi saatin.

    yung mga ibang difference na tinutukoy yung mga naka front, side and rear bodykits, and yung mga aftermarket rims na nilagay sa mirage.

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    #330
    Quote Originally Posted by calix0305 View Post
    Good share bro. ETACS of Mirage is clear advantage over its competitors in the subcompact category without sacrificing its price.
    agree. quite surprising nga that these features were reserved to high-end cars a few years back. now available na sa mirage.

    ayaw ko lang sa Push Button Start is walang way to put the setting to ACC mode after ON mode.

    to start the engine, BRAKE + Push the button for A/T, CLUTCH + Push the button for M/T
    for ACC mode, the engine must be off, push the button w/o pressing the brake/clutch.

    so you must turn off the engine first then press the button para maging ACC mode which is a problem for me kasi yung Winterpine supplied china HU nung sorento takes a loooong time to reboot. sa OEM radio wala sigurong problema kasi seconds lang ok na.

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