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For Mitsubishi, it's small world, at least when it comes to the Mirage. It's a mere 148.8 inches long — has a turning radius of just 15.1 feet and is powered by a three-cylinder engine that returns big fuel economy numbers: 36 mpg with the standard five-speed manual transmission, 39 mpg with the CVT transmission, a $1,200 option. Nevertheless, while the Mirage is frugal and efficient, its overall performance might disappoint you.
Not only Chevrolet's least-expensive car, it's the least-expensive new car you can buy. Diminutive in size, the Spark is more than four feet shorter and nearly a foot narrower than a Chevrolet Malibu. What it lacks in size, it makes up for in features, including a seven-inch color infotainment touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and two USB ports. It's a perfect city car, where its peppy low speed performance is a plus, but reaching 60 mph takes patience and planning. A five-speed manual transmission is standard; a CVT transmission is an $1,100 option.
Now offered solely as a sedan, the 2020 Versa is better than the car it replaces, looking more like a real car thanks to a new wardrobe that transforms it into a pint-sized Altima. A five-speed manual transmission is standard; a CVT transmission is a $1,670 option. Thoughtfully, the Versa has an exceptional list of standard gear for the money, including value a seven-inch color infotainment touchscreen, power windows with auto up/down, automatic door locks, three USB ports, Bluetooth, and remote keyless entry.
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