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Mitsubishi Space Star
3 stars - based on 8 reviews
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Mitsubishi Space Star 1.2 CVT Style (A) Facelift Review
The Mitsubishi Space Star has been refreshed, bringing about various styling enhancements as well as a suite of new convenience features.
Facelift (What's New)
Dynamic Shield front grille
LED head lights and tail lamps
7.0-inch Smartphone Link Display Audio infotainment system
8 Consumer Reviews

When it comes to $$$ I’m similar to the Beetle in the 60s `
Just graduated? Just got your license? Just got your first 4 figure pay? Unless you are getting a used car (which I highly recommend you do) then why are we comparing or talking about other vehicles? It’S either you want the Space Star or Attrage. Prices for COE is all time high, no point of performance when the speed limit is 50km/hr, there are traffic lights every 10 seconds, parking next to your favourite restaurant is almost impossible, and you don’T want to have to sell the car for petrol money. Unless you are living in any other country than Singapore (forget driving to Malaysia, that’S never going to happen), then cash is king, not overrated Toyota or glorified Mercedes.
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Cheap and Good for a family of 2 adults and 1 kid. `
Owned the 2020 version of this car. The car is cute and compact, easy to drive but steering is a little heavy. Engine noise is loud. The back suspensions cannot load 2 adults at the back as it will strike the curb when you go on the road hump. Consumption is a about 15 to 17km/l.
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Value! Value! Value! `
Went for a test drive of the vehicle and was pleasantly surprised by the space in the tiny package. This however also emphasized the spartan state of the interior. When they said it was fuss-free.. It really means it's not for the fussy. Moving off I had the biggest revelation. Being almost agricultural, the vibrations and idol and drone from the engine makes for a very un-enthusiastic and strained start. Almost felt like I was hurting the engine trying to push it over the speed hump. Maybe a tad bit of exaggeration there but it really is quite a stark contrast with a similar vehicle that I tried earlier that day. On the upside, 6 airbags. Which is quite the assurance needed considering the vibe from the vehicle. Think it was hard not to reconsider the vehicle especially for those on a keen budget or looking to downsize. However can't help but look over at the Attrage at the showroom floor. Awkward boot aside, it has that added space for when needed.
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Fuel saving and economy car that suitable for Singaporean `
A small Japanese car affordable and economy to your wallet , most importantly Mitsubishi is a well known market brand that you can stick to
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