CHANGES FOR 2014:

-$6,000 price reduction
-Uplevel SE trim discontinued

For 2014, Mitsubishi has cut the i-Miev line to a single trim, the basic ES model. Along with the uplevel SE model, many of the upgrades that could be had with it are gone too: no more navigation, alloy wheels, upgraded stereo, Bluetooth, backup camera, upgrade cloth seats and leather-trimmed wheel and shifter. Along with that streamlining, Mitsu has cut the i-Miev’s base price by a stunning $6,000 in order to keep the car’s status as Canada’s least-expensive EV.

Standard equipment includes a front stabilizer bar, 15-inch steel wheels with covers, tire repair kit, auto on/off headlights, fog lights, foldable heated power-adjustable side mirrors, rear park assist, heated front seats, six-way adjustable driver’s seat, 50/50 split-folding rear seat, driver’s side vanity mirror, front map lights, 12-volt power outlet, floor console with cupholders, floor mats, air conditioning, keyless entry, power windows with driver’s auto-down, four-speaker stereo, digital speed display and remote pre-heating and cooling, timer charge and battery level indicator.

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