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2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV

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Snapshot

 
EPA Fuel Economy:
City: 126   Highway: 99
Available Engines:
66-hp, (electric)
Available Transmissions: 1-speed automatic

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 What We Like

 What We Don't

Most affordable EV
Four-door four-seater
Battery-electric drivetrain
EPA-estimated 62-mile range
120- or 240-volt charging
Up to $7,500 tax credit
 
Surprising interior space
Easy to park
Flat cargo floor (seats folded)
Heated driver's seat standard
Optional quick-charge port
No tailpipe emissions
No gasoline generator backup
No cruise control
Steering wheel doesn't adjust
Uninspired handling
Lacks web/smartphone connectivity
Modest interior surfaces

Vehicle Summary

Based on a model that has been sold in Japan since 2009, the i-MiEV will be Mitsubishi's first battery-electric car in the U.S. starting in November 2011, beginning with launch markets in California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington state. The Northeast rollout will begin in March 2012, and most states should follow by the year's end. The estimated price will be $30,000 before the $7,500 federal tax credit for which electric cars are eligible. It will compete primarily with the Nissan Leaf.

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  Original MSRP

4dr Hatchback ES

$29,125

4dr Hatchback SE

$31,125

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