It doesn’t matter whether you travel ten miles each week or ten thousand, safety is at the top of everyone’s list and this is an area where the Mirage excels.

Rugged Lightweight Body

A safer body cell

The body of the Mirage is extremely sturdy and lightweight. This is because we use high tensile steel plates that contribute to a much higher level of collision safety.

Driver and Passenger Airbag System

Protection for everyone in the car

The Mirage is equipped with a 7-airbag system. The front seat occupants are protected by front airbags, plus an additional knee airbag for the driver in the event of a forward collision. In a side collision, the front occupants are protected by side airbags and occupants in both rows are protected by curtain airbags extending along the sides.


Safer front seat belts

Pretensioners on the front seatbelts automatically tighten in the event of a frontal collision to help keep the driver and front passenger safer and reduce any impact when the front airbags are deployed.

Active Stability Control (ASC)

If you have a wobble, the car won’t

If wheels lose their grip on slippery surfaces or while turning, the Active Stability Control (ASC) system automatically adjusts engine output and applies a braking force at the appropriate wheels to help maintain control and prevent skidding. The Traction Control function applies a braking force to the spinning wheels for smooth starts and straight line acceleration.

ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)

A braking system for the braking system

The Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) prevents the wheels from locking up during emergency braking. As well as ABS, the Mirage has Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD). This automatically distributes the braking force to all four wheels to enhance braking performance.

Hill Start Assist (HSA)

No rolling backwards on hills

When starting off on a steep uphill slope, Hill Start Assist (HSA) helps to prevent you from rolling backward by maintaining the brake for up to two seconds until the accelerator is applied.

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Tyres at the correct pressure

Sensors and transmitters in the wheels monitor the tyre pressure. If one or more tyres becomes significantly under-inflated, a warning light flashes on the instrument panel.


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