2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV

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The 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is all electric four-door hatchback available in a single ES trim level. Standard equipment includes 15-inch wheels alloy, and the use of foglights, heated side mirrors, the full power accessories, air-conditioning, heated front seats, 50/50-split-folding place that seats remain, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, i recharging the onboard and a six-speaker sound system with CD player and an audio auxiliary jack. Including a Level 3 quick-charging port and the distant pre-activates climate control and a timer to charge. Optional  equipment includes rear parking sensors, USB port, the blue LED interior lighting.

2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV Interior

The 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV electric indicating that many boats carrying a cutting-edge style Tech, but in 2014 the hyorin is not one of them. Plastics Hard abound, and the plain, no-nonsense presentation of his dash and controls for normal and subcompact bargain-priced than anything else. At the same time, standard equipment includes a remote system that allows you to activate the car’s climate control and charging timer.

The body Mitsubishi i-long hyorin provides ample headroom, but the driving position is difficult and legroom is tight for adults taller, not likely to run out of the seat-track travel. The lack of legroom is also the case in the back seat, and the seats themselves were flat and not very supportive. With just 13.2 cubic feet of space behind the back seat, the i-MiEV has less cargo capacity than most of its rivals, although there is enough room to squeeze in your golf or groups of standard-sized suitcase.

2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV Engine

The rear-wheel-drive 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is powered by a 49-kilowatt motor electric (66 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque) a lithium-ion battery pack 16 kWh. There are three selectable driving methods: “D” full authority, “Eco” which can output power to maximize economy and “B” increasing the regenerative braking but allows full power. In  testing, the i-MiEV went from zero to 60 Mph in 14.7 seconds, a very long time, even an electric car. Driving range is an EPA-estimated 62 miles of each case. Other small electric cars often have a long list of about 75-85 miles.

The 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV EPA has given the i-MiEV an energy use measurement kWh per 30 100 Average miles, which is on par with the Nissan Leaf. With 3.3kW of the i-MiEV’s onboard charger, it may take a long time to fully charge. Plugged into a 120 volt household pressing, the Mitsubishi 14-22 hours to reach full charge, and in our tests, it is usually closer to 22. With an SAE Level 2 (240 volt) charging station, the EPA figures the i-MiEV can be recharged 7 hours, although we find that the i-MiEV usually takes 8 hours at 2 charger.

2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV Safety

The 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV comes standard with antilock brakes, stability and traction control, front-seat side airbag and side curtain airbag. It also features an “Approaching Vehicle Audible System” (VAS), which alerts pedestrians that the i-MiEV is close by emitting sound at lower speeds. Set the parking sensors are optional. In  brake testing, the i-MiEV stood from 60 to 120 Mph in feet, which is a good performance EV. Government crash tests, the i-MiEV found four out of stars five international protection, with four stars for overall protection of direct-impact and three stars for overall side-impact protection. The lower side-impact score is the result of excessive door and rear panels intrusion during the test – the risk of injury suggestions torso for passengers riding in the back fence.

2014 Mitsubishi I-MiEV ES

2014 Mitsubishi I-MiEV ES