2020 Mitsubishi Attrage Review: The S$70k Question [with Video]

Design and Appearance

The Attrage receives a facelift, so its basic dimensions and concept remain unchanged. It looks like a compact sedan alright – a large, bubble-like glasshouse (that’s the window section) and modest three-box sedan shape. No boats rocked here.

In front, it now has the New Mitsubishi look seen on the Eclipse Cross SUV with the signature twin, inwards-pointing chrome strips, a darkened grille section, and redesigned LED headlamps with DRL strips underneath.

Remember the days when LED headlights were only on luxury cars?

Around the back there are LED taillights to match, they’re now ringed by a black ‘eyeliner’ strip. The car still wears 15-inch wheels, although they’re a new design and now silver instead of the previous dark gray colour.

Obviously it won’t set your heart alight with desire, but it firmly achieves what a facelift should: Make a car look more attractive and up-to-date.

The Attrage still has that slightly awkward ‘boot-grafted-onto-a-hatchback’ look, but compact sedans all kind of do, and there are at least good reasons for that. 

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