- Power on the phone and ensure Bluetooth is ON. Please refer to your phone’s user guide for steps to turn on Bluetooth.
- Press and release the PHONE button on the steering wheel and wait for the “beep” before you speak.
- Say “Pair (a) device”, or “Pair (a) Phone”.
- System will respond with “Start pairing procedure on the device. See the device manual for instructions. The Pairing Code is ‘XXXX’”.
- Remember the PIN code the Fuse System speaks.
Mitsubishi scored a huge win with its latest generation of the Mirage. With its smaller engine, spacious interior, and clean styling, the Mirage teaches you that being small can be a good thing. The Mirage is pound for pound a one of the best cars on the market. It has a reputation for being a money saver with one of the best miles per gallon for a vehicle that is not a hybrid. The Mitsubishi Mirage’s sales success led to the additional expansion of a sedan based model. We here at Jim Shorkey are happy to announce we have the 2017 Mitsubishi G4 Sedan. The G4 Sedan is unique from the Hatchback model but keeps the traits that makes the Mirage loved.
The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is a four-door sedan version of the pre-existing Mirage hatchback. All 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage models will get a revamp no matter hatchback or sedan. The sedan obviously gains a trunk, the G4 sports all of the upgrades made to the Mirage sedan for 2017, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Switching to a four-door sedan body changes the styling, and at the other end there’s a designed a sedan-specific front fascia. The G4 sedan is already sold in a bunch of other markets as either the Mirage G4 or the Attrage, and Mitsubishi decided this was the year to bring the sedan to North America for some time.
The Mitsubishi G4 Mirage offers the same 1.2-liter, three-cylinder engine as the Mirage hatchback. While driving you should expect it to produce the same 78 horsepower and 74 pound-feet torque, and for the same five-speed manual and CVT automatic transmission options to be on tap. What the Mirage lacks in power it makes up for in fuel economy: the last hatchback model to be EPA certified got 40 mpg combined, making it the most efficient non-hybrid car sold in the U.S. The Sedan will get 37 mpg
The interior should be pretty similar to the Mirage hatchback, which gets a new steering wheel and seat materials as part of its 2017 refresh. Like the hatchback, the Mirage G4 gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The 300-watt Rockford Fosgate audio system from the five-door may be offered on the sedan as well.