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Disclaimer: Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation lent us a 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 unit with a full gas tank and access to its Autosweep RFID. When car enthusiasts like us review new models, we look at the performance, handling, and features that these offer. But we sometimes forget that there are car buyers out there that aren’t as passionate about cars and are just looking for a decent point-A to point-B machine. In other words, there are people who simply want a value-packed yet afford
Disclaimer, Honda Philippines lent us the 2020 Honda City RS with a full gas tank and access to its two RFID cards. When the 2020 Honda City first came out, it was a radical redesign from its older version, as the newer one looked more like a much bigger Honda Civic that had been shrunken down to meet the subcompact sedan classification. I was lucky enough to be one of the few to experience the new City a few weeks after its initial launch during a media drive event. I was excited to test its ha
A beautiful machine, the 2022 Honda City combines its looks with great power and efficiency. Now, let’s look at the City under the hood. Under the hood, the Honda City is run by an In-line 4 Cylinder 1.5L DOHC i-VTEC engine. The main difference of this engine to its predecessor is that it now has dual camshaft. This engine is Euro 4 compliant and is paired with either a manual transmission for the S variant, or CVTs with Earth Dreams Technology for the three variants – the S, the V, and the RS.
Just to clarify, we are talking about the Mitsubishi Mirage and not the Mirage G4, as the latter has had some updates in the past months. The Mirage, however, has had updates few and far in between. Let’s read on the pros and cons of owning a Mitsubishi Mirage. PROS The Mitsubishi Mirage is a very versatile and fuel economical car. Its sleek design makes it nimble enough to cut across traffic and navigate tight spaces and corners on Metro Manila highways and side streets. It’s a great first car,
When we brought you the closer look of the 2020 Honda CR-V facelift last week, we also saw the all-new 2020 Honda City parking pretty outside. We know you're clamouring to know more - so we politely asked for the keys and took it for a spin. Please note that this is a brief review, and a detailed review will follow post-CMCO. We drove the V variant - which is the range-topping petrol variant before the upcoming hybrid RS - and here's what we think of it following a brief drive around Kuala Lumpu
Compare models by Car Price, Service Cost, Size, Fuel Consumption, Space, Mileage, Features, Colors, Pons & Cons, Images and other specs to tell you which is better Honda City or Mitsubishi Mirage G4
Honda City price starts at ₱ 973000. Honda City has 1.5L engine.
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 price starts at ₱ 769000. Mitsubishi Mirage G4 has 1.2L engine.
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