The same mechanical specs apply to all Mitsubishi Mirage trims: A 76-hp 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine drives the front wheels via a CVT automatic. There are five trim levels - ES, LE, Black Edition (BE), SE, and Ralliart. The baseline spec isn't actually bad for the price and includes cruise control, single-zone climate control, keyless entry, and a seven-inch audio display with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and four speakers. It makes do with steel wheels, cloth upholstery, and halogen headlights, however.
Standard driver assists include forward-collision warning, pedestrian detection, and automatic emergency braking. Further up the lineup, more standard features are added, such as alloy wheels, foglights, LED headlights, heated front seats, and push-button start, in addition to more driver assists, notably automatic headlights with auto high beams, rain-sensing wipers, and lane-departure warning. Most package options comprise storage solutions and cosmetic additions.
There are many packages available for the Mirage lineup, such as interior-trim Black Out and Carbon packages (both $395) available on all trims, the ES-only $495 interior and exterior Chrome Accents package, and many more trim and storage-solution packages such as that afore-mentioned center armrest with storage either by itself ($195) or as part of an Interior Value package that contains several other items as well for $395. There are also various standalone options, such as $295 LED foglights for trims without them, and $635 front and rear parking sensors.