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The i-MiEV

October 27, 2010

Courtesy of Mitsubishi

The i-MiEV has a range of 160 kilometers and can be charged in either of two ways. Fully charging the battery from a regular 100- or 200-volt power outlet requires 14 or seven hours, respectively. Alternatively, a dedicated quick-charging system can provide an 80 percent charge in about 30 minutes.

Product: i-MiEV

Cost: Under $30,000

Availability: Now

Source:
www.mitsubishicars.com

Company: Mitsubishi

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