Mitsubishis Mirage 3 is the most powerful model of the Mirage series, so there’s a good chance it has the best power.
We pitted the Mirage 3 against four other cars from the same class, and the Mitsubisha Mirages 3 topped the charts.
The Mirage 3 scored a total of 1,737 horsepower, while the Mirage 4 and Mirage 5 beat it by an average of 8.6 and 5.6 horsepower respectively.
In a bid to ensure that the Mirage’s engine is able to handle the strain of being thrown into high-speed corners, the Mirage is equipped with the Mirages unique electronic dampers, which are designed to dampen the engine’s speed as the car moves down the road.
The dampers are tuned to help the Mirage stay in tune with the road surface.
In testing, the Mirage 4 and 5 managed to hit a top speed of 212 mph, which is quite fast for a car of this size.
We’ll also let you in on a little secret, Mitsubischis Mirage’s powerplant is made of aluminium, so its power is actually quite light.
We can’t imagine that this is a problem for the Mirage.
When it comes to handling, the MitsUBishis engine is quite agile, and when it’s running at full throttle it can deliver impressive acceleration and low-end torque.
The engine has a very low centre of gravity, so you won’t have any problem putting the Mirage straight into the wall if you want to make a turn.
The Mirages engine is the only one in the Mirage line with a power band that’s not limited to the low-range power modes, so it’s possible to push the engine into higher revs to improve fuel economy.
However, the engine does have a tendency to overheat, which can make you wish you had a turbocharger instead.
The power band is also not limited by the amount of power you can crank, and we found that the engine could get quite hot.
In this test, we only pushed the Mirage to about 60mph in a straight line, but it only managed to go up to 113 mph.
Mitsubis Mirage is an excellent platform for anyone wanting to test their car’s handling.
In our testing, we didn’t have much trouble pushing the Mirage around a track and the car did manage to hit some of the most popular roads in Japan.
With such a powerful engine, the car was able to achieve a top-speed of over 250 mph, so that’s a lot of fun to drive.
Mitsubs Mirage 3 vs Mitsubi Mirage 3 4-cylinder Mirage 5 (incl. turbochargers) 2.0L 4-liter 4-door Mirage 4 (inrel) 2-cyl.
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