2016 Mitsubishi i-MiEV will have better technology at a more affordable price coming this month
Mitsubishi is bringing a more affordable and better-equipped i-MiEV to America this month.
Available for an MSRP of $23,995 minus a federally sponsored tax credit, this electric Mitsubishi can be driven for $15,495, which is the lowest price of any EV on the market. The I-MiEV represents high value with standard features like heated driver and passenger seats, heated mirrors, and remote keyless entry.
However, the 2016 i-MiEV’s technology is what really makes the super-efficient electric vehicle desirable. It is powered by an electric motor capable of 49 kW (66hp) mated to a single-speed transmission that delivers uniform torque throughout the entire rpm range. For safety, an Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBF), Brake Assist (BA), and stability and traction controls help keep the i-MiEV on the road and driving clear of traffic.
Its 16 kWh lithium-ion batteries are mounted low on the vehicle, providing a total range of 62 clean miles. Charging is fast and easy with its DC rapid charger that can amp up to 80% capacity in just 30 minutes.
Make your next stop Randall Mitsubishi to see the arrival of this affordable EV and check out the whole array of Mitsubishi cars and trucks.
Due to dropping gas prices, short-sighted new car buyers might be turning their attention back to the full-size trucks and SUVs they love so much—and guzzle so much gas—but Mitsubishi is offering a more practical, long-lasting alternative. While we can’t predict what will happen to gas prices— we’d guess they don’t stay this low for long—we can tell you about the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, a new Mitsubishi EV that will keep you from ever paying for gas again.
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Plus, the i-MiEV is actually an affordable green car as well. It starts at just $22,995, which is just the sticker price, and it can actually get much lower than that thanks to tax incentives. That basically means you can get the new Mitsubishi EV for less than the price of a similarly sized small car.
The i-MiEV might look small and quirky, but it’s actually roomier than you might expect inside, in the front and back seats alike. The EV gets 112 MPGe combined, can go almost 70 miles on a single charge, can be recharged quickly, and more—all thanks to the 16-kW battery pack and electric motor. To learn more about this vehicle, come see us at Randall Mitsubishi today.
To learn more about this vehicle, come see us at Randall Mitsubishi today.