Customers will have a say in whether the tiny, squat-nosed Mitsubishi Mirage G4 sedan will be offered in Canada, the company says. The Thailand-built three-cylinder G4, which was launched at the Montreal auto show this month, could join the lineup in 2014.
"Our plan is to showcase the Mirage G4 and gauge what Canadians think of it and what they expect from subcompact sedans in general," said Kenny Yamamoto, Mitsubishi's Canadian market CEO.
Later, the Mirage G4 also might be offered in the United States. "It is obviously under study," said a Mitsubishi Motors USA spokesman.
The sedan would slot between the Mirage hatchback and the aging Lancer and would compete with the Nissan Versa sedan and Hyundai Accent sedan.