Light Weight, Rear-Wheel Drive And Instant Torque Bubble Up There are two simple truths about the Mitsubishi i that should help this funky little electric car sell well in the U.S. once it goes on sale later this year. First, it looks like absolutely nothing else on the road today. Second,…

Should you buy an EV?

We run through some questions to ask yourself if you are shopping for an electric vehicle. Many factors impact the decision, like whether to go new or used.
Mitsubishi says it will make money from EVs

Mistubishi president Tetsuro Aikawa says EVs are one of three profitable segments it will focus on, along with light trucks and CUVs. The company's Outlander PHEV is due in April 2016.
2016 Mitsubishi i-MiEV coming in March

EV Will Have Same MSRP and Range But More Options

Mitsubishi will start selling its 2016 model-year i-MiEV electric vehicle in the US in March.

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2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV
$10,495 / 10,455 miles / CA
2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV
$8,998 / 22,050 miles / CA
2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV
$10,599 / 1,668 miles / CA
Green Overdrive tries the 2012 Mitsubishi i in San Francisco

While we've already driven the 2012 Mitsubishi i and shared both its vital statistics and our impressions, we thought you might appreciate a second opinion. The video series Green Overdrive offers just that. With Katie Fehrenbacher behind the wheel, the crew spent a day with the all-electric, putting it through the demands of life in San Francisco and recorded the results.
Mitsubishi recalling i-MiEV models for brake problem

Mitsubishi is issuing a recall for the 2010-2014 i-MiEV that affects 1,810 units of the little electric car, because it's possible for the brake vacuum pump to stop working. If this happens, the result would be longer stopping distances, according to the company. The affected models were built between September 15, 2009, and March 25, 2014.
Mitsubishi i-MiEV recalled for air bag safety issue

A minor but important problem with the sensors in the self-diagnostic software used by the Safety Restraint System (SRS) system in some Mitsubishi i-MiEV models has led to a recall notice from Transport Canada and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.