Mitsubishi builds entry-level vehicles for value-conscious drivers. Its subcompact cars and lineup of crossovers have low starting prices but are available with popular features and equipment. Although Mitsubishi no longer builds sports cars like it once did, a lengthy basic warranty may attract new customers to the brand.
Least Expensive: Starting at just over $15,000, the Mirage hatchback is the least expensive Mitsubishi. The Mirage G4 sedan is $1,000 more. A sub-$25,000 base price makes the Outlander Sport the least expensive Mitsubishi SUV.
Most Expensive: At about $42,000, the Outlander PHEV in sport-inspired GT trim is the most expensive Mitsubishi. This midsize hybrid SUV gets 74 mpg-e and has an all-electric range of about 22 miles.
Most Popular: The Outlander midsize crossover is Mitsubishi's best-seller, with the Outlander Sport compact crossover not far behind.
Best Fuel Economy: Thanks to its light weight and tiny three-cylinder engine, the Mitsubishi Mirage gets 39 mpg in combined city/highway driving when equipped with an automatic transmission.