Just in case you haven’t looked at Mitsubishi in a long time, this post is dedicated to giving you a rundown of all the vehicles currently available from the Japanese automaker. Like plenty of other automakers, Mitsubishi is focusing its efforts on building crossovers and smaller cars for a world in love with smaller SUV designs and fuel-efficient cars. Read on for a full review of the Mitsubishi vehicles currently available.
What Crossovers Does Mitsubishi Currently Offer?
Going on into a new decade, the Mitsubishi family of vehicles is mostly populated by crossover SUVs. The smallest of these is the Mitsubishi RVR. Outside of Canada, this vehicle is known as the Outlander Sport, but the name “RVR” helps avoid confusion with the larger Outlander vehicle.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
The RVR has a similar price point to the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. The Eclipse Cross has a distinct, radical outward appearance that makes it distinct from the rest of the crossover lineup. The deep body lines call to mind the Mitsubishi Eclipse sports car that hasn’t been produced in almost ten years now.
The Mitsubishi Outlander must be one of the most well-recognized names from the automaker. It hit a sweet spot in the crossover game almost twenty years ago and has kept going on that fame. The outlander is still a compact crossover, but it looks more like a family vehicle than the sportier Eclipse Cross. Also look for the Outlander Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV).
What Cars does Mitsubishi Make?
The Mitsubishi Mirage is a hatchback, making it straddle the line between crossover and sedan. It has a certain appeal for younger drivers, especially when you see some of its more exotic color options.
Mitsubishi Mirage G4
The Mirage G4 is a true sedan. It’s a small car, but still a little bigger than the regular Mirage. Both versions of the Mirage are great starter vehicles for first-time car buyers because of both fuel economy and a surprisingly low starting MSRP.