The 2012 Mitsubishi i-Miev will fit specific driving situations well, such as a 20-mile suburban commute, but above the base trim level its price comes too close to that of the more capable Nissan Leaf.
Mitsubishi's little electric car joins the Nissan Leaf in this small segment of the automotive market. The i-Miev's limited range and poor freeway manners make it best for cities and the suburbs.
CNET reviews the Mitsubishi i-Miev, the second pure electric car from a major automaker this century.
At the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in July, Mitsubishi will enter an Evolution version of its i-Miev electric car, alongside a production i-Miev, in the new Electric division.
CNET Car Tech spent some time with the Mitsubishi i-Miev in San Francisco.
If you want to experience golf cart driving on the highway and make Prius drivers look like polluters, you should take a ride on the 2012 Mitsubishi i-Miev.
Two new versions of the electric car include one with a price cut and the other with extending driving range.
Automotive News reports on how the U.S. version of the Mitsubishi i-Miev electric vehicle will differ from the Japanese version.
Web video on the Mitsubishi i-Miev frontal crash test at about 40 mph.
Preparing for the official launch of the i-Miev electric car in the U.S., Mitsubishi let us spend some time with a Japanese market model. Using it as a city car, it proved perfectly adequate for driving around San Francisco.