Lancer Wagon / Mirage Wagon

1985

Lancer Wagon / Mirage Wagon

The Mirage Wagon launched in February 1985 was the first station wagon in the Mirage series. Its twin Lancer Wagon was introduced through the Galant retail channel. Distinguished by its original two-step roof, Mirage Wagon delivered high levels of fuel economy, practical utility and handling. The 1500 CX trim level was fitted as standard with a double sunroof, a first in its class. Rearward of the fixed glass panel over the front seats was a power-operated panel over the rear seats. Together with its two-step roof, these panels created a very open and airy feel to the interior. The 87PS 1.5L engine with an electronic carburetor optimized the air-fuel mixture for different loads and driving conditions, and the 65 PS 1.8L diesel engine with a Super Quick Glow system made it as easy to start as a gasoline engine. The rear seats were moved back to provide more room and leg space, making the Mirage Wagon an attractive car for the way in which it fused station wagon functionality with a well-defined personality. Mitsubishi Motors' first full time 4WD with center differential model was added in 1986.

Overall length 4135 mm
Overall width 1635 mm
Overall height 1420 mm
Engines 1.5 L, 1.8 L diesel