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The Mitsubishi "i" electric car has been around in one form or another for several years now, so there's a lot of information to keep track of.
The tiny egg-shaped electric car, with four doors and four seats, is currently on sale in the U.S. It's been on sale in Japan for some time now, and also in some European markets, where it's known as the 'i-MiEV'.
Since our Nissan Leaf Ultimate Guide has gone down so well, we thought you might find a similar page useful for the quirky "i" electric car and its Citroen and Peugeot cousins overseas, compiled from all our relevant GreenCarReports articles.
With a starting price of $29,125 before federal and local incentives, the diminutive "i" is one of the cheapest electric cars available, and carries an EPA rating of 112 MPG equivalent - only now being overtaken by rivals like the Chevy Spark EV and Fiat 500E. Official range is 62 miles on a charge.
Full review: 2012 Mitsubishi i electric car
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Driving the i
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. So whether you want to know the official EPA ratings which makes the i the most efficient car on sale in the U.S, or simply read about the van and sports car concepts, you'll find it in the list below.