Updated Mitsubishi Attrage and Mirage Headed to Thailand
Mitsubishi Motors launched the redesigned Attrage sedan and Mirage hatchback models in Thailand on November 17th. Mitsubishi will also sell both models in other markets at later dates.
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What was restyled
In fiscal 2018 alone, about 140,000 units of the Attrage and Mirage were sold. These global compact cars are both manufactured at the Laem Chabang Plant, which is a part of MITSUBISHI MOTORS Thailand. Now, Mitsubishi is adding more sophistication to their interior designs and providing them with sharper, more stylish exteriors.
The Thai market models of the Attrage and Mirage have the Dynamic Shield front design, as well as square grille lines with a horizontal/vertical bar pattern to create a bold look. On the rears, the cars feature L-signature horizontal LED combination lamps and squarish bumper corners.
You can select to have a new White Diamond body color for the Attrage and Mirage. The Mirage also offers a new Sand Yellow body color. The Attrage drives on new 15-inch alloy wheels with a silver finish, while the Mirage utilizes new 15-inch alloy wheels with two-tone diamond-cut styling.
On the inside of the cars, there’s soft-feeling cloth on hand-touch areas and a new design for front armrests. A sporty carbon pattern is featured on the power window switch panel and meter panel. The cars now also include the Smartphone Display Audio system, which has an easy-to-use 7-inch display.
For upper-trim levels of the Attrage, a luxurious monotone design with synthetic leather covers the seats. Meanwhile, the upper-trim levels of the Mirage have seats with a combination of sporty fabric and synthetic leather. Each model utilizes stitching and piping on the sides of the seats as well.
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You can view the updated Attrage and Mirage models at the Thailand International Motor Expo 2019, which will take place on November 28th. There’s no word yet on when exactly the compact cars will make their way to other markets.
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