Well, that's logical...compare the price of a mirrorless camera near the top of the lineup with a dSLR on the low end of entry level. Try comparing apples to apples, like the SL1/100D with a lower-end Oly Pen or Sony NEX - I think you'll find no one is missing anything.
On the face of it, I compared apples to oranges, yes. However, if we compare DSLR-like cameras, which then excludes the Olympus PEN series, the comparison stands, as one can buy a DSLR for way less than a DSLM.
BTW, Panasonic does not sell their cameras here in South Africa, so from my point of view, they're out of the equation. But, did you notice how well the G5 sold when Panasonic lowered the price upon release of the G6 camera?