Mitsubishi i-MiEV Review

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From the layman’s point of view, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV is a four-seater electric engine, replacing a combustion engine and fuel tank, an 63bhp electric motor and a large battery pack.

Mitsubishi i-MiEV excels in stop-start traffic in villages and cities. It pulls comfortably either in standard mode or in a more economical ‘Eco’ setting, which limits the engine output to 18kW. Small creep makes it very easy to maneuver at low speed.

Mitsubishi i-MiEV Review
Mitsubishi i-MiEV Review

Mitsubishi offers a price of 80-100 miles, but many depend on when, where and how to use it – maximize the air conditioning and depend on how long the cost won’t last, but it’s easy to imagine going to school or school in this car.

The company says if you connect the i-MiEV to electricity, it will be fully charged in 7 hours. If you have access to a three-phase source of 50 kW, this will be reduced to 30 minutes.

Not surprisingly, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV is not a sports car, but with a 15-mile-long off-road route, it was fun to be able to keep up and keep up with traffic like its brothers.

The immediate response from the electric motor and rear-wheel drive is combined to provide an adjustment level at the missing angle of the competing i-MiEV turbodiesel front-wheel drive.

Although the 200 kg battery is in the same place as the fuel tank (actually mounted 80mm lower), the i-MiEV does not feel bloated, there is a well-controlled bodywork in the corner.

Mitsubishi i-MiEV Review
Mitsubishi i-MiEV Review

I-MiEV is still handy as a city car, and although the trail is narrow – perfect for strolling through traffic – there are places for four passengers at four high doors. The visibility is great and the rear-mounted motor allows a narrow turning circle.

Due to its low center of gravity, it has proper body control. Soft springs ensure good driving and the steering wheel is sharp and responsive.

If you’re looking for a non-emission four-seater city car, the i-MiEV is one of the few options. Luckily i-MiEV is polished, if weird it’s a player.

Even if it is a traditional city car, the i-MiEV is worth a visit, provided you do not travel more than 100 miles at a time. Just unfortunately near the Nissan Leaf, which is affordable, bigger and more luxurious.

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