Customer Review Summary for 2012 Mitsubishi i-MIEV
Lowest Price electric car you can buy
2012 Mitsubishi i-MIEVRob Nelson - Henderson, NV06/24/2016
No need to ever go to a gas station again. If you drive less than 60 miles per trip, you can just charge it in your garage. Since most people commute about 20 miles, this makes sense for just about everyone. Its a small car and most families have multiple vehicles, so you can always use your gas car for trips. or just rent something with all the money you save. These vehicles are generally $7-8K used, so you can have a car payment of $100 - 150/month. Its about $2-3K less than a Nissan Leaf.
You'll need to spend about another $300-400 for a Level 2 charger (240V) because it does take a long time to charge with the included 110V charger (like 22 hours instead of 6).
Everything I could want in an EV
2012 Mitsubishi i-MIEVWendell Rose - San Antonio, TX02/06/2016
The cost of ownership is so low, I will never go back to regular gas-fueled vehicles again if it can be helped. My Miev not only gets me back and forth on my daily commute to work with mileage to spare, but it is so quiet to drive and when I push the accelerator pedal down, it gives a satisfying response for the size engine it has. In stop-n-go traffic, it gets even better mileage per charge than stated!
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Published on Monday, November 20, 2017
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