Honda Fit Vs Mitsubishi Mirage
Focusing on a purely visual level, let’s compare the Fit and Mirage. Both of these vehicles have an external beauty that is apparent even at first glance. While the Mirage as a strong, almost bulky sort of look that stands out amongst other sub-compacts, the Honda fit has an aerodynamic style. A sharp and supremely crafted vehicle with an angled front end that slopes downward to a gorgeous front grille. The Mirage has a fancier sort of look, with chromed out head and tail lights, while the Fit has a much more athletic look. Boasting a sporty bumper, aggressive front headlights, and fog lights smoothly coalesce into the Fit’s body. Designed with a certain euro-style that offers of jolt of ingenuity into the sub-compact class, the fit looks great from the back, the front and even side profile. When it comes to looks, the edge goes to the 2015 Honda Fit.
Let’s talk performance.
Comparing the 2015 Honda Fit and the 2015 Mitsubishi it comes down to simple preference. The 2015 Honda Fit has a bigger engine than many of its competitors, including the 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage. The fit has a surprising amount of power under the hood, sporting 117 HP and 1.5 liter engine compared to the Mirage which has 74 HP and a 1.2L engine. While having more power than the Mirage, the Fit still stays competitive, and with the help of ECON mode is one of the most fuel efficient vehicles on the market. With its power and its great fuel economy, the 2015 Fit is the way to go when it comes to efficiency and performance
When we move on to the inside of the car, that’s when a marginal victory becomes a landslide. Though the Mirage comes with a bundle of great features, it doesn’t quite compare to the Fit. With features like touch-screen display, steering control, heated seats, and the HondaLink support center that 2015 Honda Fit has stepped onto another level when it comes to interior luxury in the sub-compact vehicle class. From the moment you drop into the lush seating inside the Honda fit, you will feel like you’re in a vehicle designed for efficiency that feels like something a royal could drive.
The sub-compact vehicle class may be young but it’s a class that sure is growing up fast. A class in its infancy that is taking the car world by storm. Providing consumers with a group of cars that are entirely focused on efficiency is growing increasingly important in a world where being “green” and environmentally conscious is imperative. It’s a class of car that feeds your need to save on both money and your carbon footprint
Both these vehicles offer up performance and luxury features that that are built for your specific needs. Both vehicles are at the top of their class. The Mirage, while being an incredibly efficient automobile, does not hold a candle to the Fit when it comes to performance or features. Not to mention the Fit maintains a level of efficiency that is beyond impressive considering what it packs under the hood and inside the cabin. It is for that reason I choose the 2015 Honda Fit.