The Mitsubishi i MiEV is a smart little electric car.
The Mitsubishi brand has seen better days in the US market but the company has put a tremendous amount of R&D (and stock) in their current sport utility vehicle lineup and that is a point illus
Mitsubishi Motors North America is holding its annual Mitsubishi Owners Day (MOD) on Saturday, July 14th, at its headquarters in Cypress, California.
In February 2012 two French guys, Xavier Degon and Antonin Guy, set off on an the Electric Odyssey to drive a Citroen C-Zero (a.k.a. Mitsubishi i-MiEV) around the world.
A few years ago Mitsubishi intrigued us with a fresh and intelligent plug-in hybrid based on an Outlander platform. The company will make it available at the end of the year.
Rather than rate them by an arbitrary and subjective evaluation, we will simply address these vehicles in alphabetical order pointing out how they performed as TN contributor Denis Flierl and I too
Consumer Reports has just issued an update on the all-electric Mitsubishi i-MiEV, which they purchased back in February.
When Mitsubishi introduced the electric version of its four door Smart for Four as the i MiEV, it raised a lot of eyebrows. And as to the question what does i MiEV mean?
There’s no denying the EV scene has taken the world by surprised, draws a lot of ink, or electrons and have tapped a lot of emotions.
I’ve been going to the Irvine, California Cars and Coffee Saturday morning, much too early event for a few years. Cars and Coffee is that event where anything can happen.
For those of you who recall the first time trying to turn on an alternative energy car, you might remember a moment of confusion.