Every Mitsubishi vehicle is designed to be as affordable as possible in order to appeal to buyers of all price ranges. Cars.com named the 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback “the most affordable vehicle shoppers can buy” and for good reason. With a starting price more than $1,300 less than the runner-up and nearly $1,800 cheaper to own over a five-year period, the Mirage is a shining example of what Mitsubishi strives to achieve.
The affordability doesn’t start and stop with the subcompact Mirage. Kelly Blue Book also named the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander the 10 most affordable three-row crossover on the market. With a starting price of $23,495, the Outlander boasts an incredible number of features and improvements for the model year. As a result, the Mitsubishi Outlander offers unmatched refinement and an all-new driving experience.
When fuel efficiency meets affordability, the result is the Mitsubishi i-MiEV. The most affordable electric vehicle in America, this small car starts at $22,995 and features an EPA-estimated 112 combined MPGe. In addition to seating for four passengers, the i-MiEV boasts a long list of features, many of which are found in the larger Mitsubishi Outlander crossover. With a five-year fuel cost of just $2,700, this electric vehicle is more than 50% cheaper to drive than the average subcompact car.