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Mitsubishi Hikes Price on i-MiEV Electric Car

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Published: 09-Sep-2011

CYPRESS, Calif., -- Due to unforeseen changes in market conditions, Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc., (MMNA) has decided to make a pricing adjustment of $1135 to the 2012 Mitsubishi i 100% electric-powered vehicle.

The well-equipped entry-level Mitsubishi i ES model will see its net value change to $21,625*, while the premium-grade SE version of the electric vehicle will have a new net value price of $23,625*.

Despite the pricing adjustment, the 2012 Mitsubishi i remains the most affordably-priced mass-market electric car available in the marketplace today.

The pricing adjustment applies only to the suggested MSRP pricing of the vehicle. The value-oriented pricing of options such as the Cold Zone package ($150) that consists of a main lithium-ion battery warming system and heated outside mirrors and the Premium package ($2790) that includes HDD navigation system with rear camera, FUSE Handsfree Link Systemâ„¢ with USB port, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, and a DC quick charging port remain unaffected.

* ES $29,125 MSRP less $7500 federal tax credit = $21,625 after tax credit; SE $31,125 MSRP less $7500 federal tax credit = $23,625 after tax credit

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