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(launched 2014, facelifted May-2020)

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Mitsubishi Attrage
3.5 stars - based on 32 reviews
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Car Review - Mitsubishi Attrage 1.2 CVT (A)
Will the Mitsubishi Attrage do things differently enough to be a strong seller? We run around in it to see what this compact sedan can do.

The Mitsubishi Attrage was facelifted on May 2020.
Read our review of the facelifted version.

Value for money
The Attrage has its appeal. It's a small car with a small engine, meaning it is quite frugal. With a quoted average fuel consumption of 20.8km per litre, that's impressive fuel economy. In addition, the car's compact size means it is easy to manoeuvre and easy to park.
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After 2 Attrage, no more Mitsubishi for me...
Bought my first Attrage in 2016. Drove for about 20,000 km without any issues. In 2019, COE fell and I replaced the 2016 model with a 2019 model. 2019 model came with Cruise Mode which is Great for a no frills car. Unfortunately, the 2019 model gave me lots of problem. After driving for less than 800km, there were screeching sound when braking. Cycle carriage changed the brake pads for me FOC but they told me I will be charged the next time! A few months later, the Cycle carriage logo which was pasted at the back was dangling because of poor quality tape that was used. The Mitsubishi Logo at the back was also about to come off! Soon after, the number plate light bracket also came off. Send the car to C&C for repair. The experience was dreadful. They deemed the damage was done by me and I reluctantly paid for it but it was rather obvious it was the factory which used a poor quality bracket which broke! This 2019 car is now slightly over 11 months and I have yet to clock 9,000km unfortunately the screeching sound when braking came back again! Have to find a day to send the car to C&C for repair. I pray I do not need to spend the whole day there waiting and I pray it would not cost an arm and a leg! By the way, I am a very gentle driver. I do not speed and I do not brake abruptly! Just to share, the rubber strips at the window is no longer what it used to be. It seems to be coming off very soon. Hopefully the COE can fall soon and I will replace this car! No more Mitsubishi for me! No more Cycle & Carriage (Service) for me too!
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Depends on what you're looking for in a car
Bought the car 3 years ago. Was one of the more affordable options out there. Not too sure if i made decision considering the avante was about 10k more. But still stick to my stand that this car is value for money. Really depends on what you want in a car. If you want a car to get you from point A to B for a small family, this would be a perfect car. However, if you don't mind spending more for a better driving experience then please DO NOT get this car. This car is horrible if you love to drive and overtake others.
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No Power, poor interior
Went to test drive the car. Doors feel very light when opening and closing and reminds me of my old Nissan Sunny that I drove 20 years ago. Interior feels outdated and boring. Can feel the vibration when stationery and road noise was very evident when driving it. Steering feels too light for me as I couldn't quite feel any feedback from the road. When closing the boot normally, I can literally feel the whole car shake.
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