Once simply known as the Mitsubishi 'i', the tiny egg-shaped electric car, with four doors and four seats, has been on sale for several years now U.S. but has never really sold in high volumes.
With a starting price of $23,845 before federal and local incentives (and after Mitsubishi's $850 destination and handling fee), the diminutive i-MiEV is one of the cheapest electric cars available.
It also carries an EPA rating of 112 MPG equivalent - only recently overtaken by rivals like the Chevy Spark EV and Fiat 500E. Official range is 62 miles on a charge.
Full review: 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV electric car
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Driving the i-MiEV
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Details and pricing
As one of the longest-running electric cars on the market, we've had time to gather plenty of details on the i-MiEV. So whether you want to know the official EPA ratings which makes the i-MiEV one of the most efficient cars on sale in the U.S, or simply read about the van and sports car concepts, you'll find it in the list below.