Back in April, Mitsubishi made a huge deal about the comparatively low price of its all-electric i: $27,990 (which drops to $20,490 after the $7,500 tax credit is applied) for the base ES version. The SE and SE Premium were $2,000 and $4,790 more, respectively, and all those prices need another $720 destination charges tacked on. At the time, Mitsubishi spokesman Maurice Durand told AutoblogGreen that the company had tried to get the after-tax credit price of the entry-level ES under $19,990, bu
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