The Mitsubishi i-MiEV is one of the cheapest and most efficient electric cars on the market. But in terms of amenities and performance, it exemplifies all the stereotypes about electric cars being little more than fancy golf carts.
It's tiny, slow, tippy, cold in the winter, has a bouncy ride, and its four occupants feel crammed together. A short 59-mile range and a six-hour recharge time limit versatility, even among other electric vehicles. While the i-MiEV is one of the cheapest electric cars you can buy, the $29,975 starting price still seems rather dear for what little you get. (At least that price doesn't include the $7,500 tax credit from the federal government.)
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