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2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV now on is Australia

Is Australia ready for the i-MiEV for normal daily Do people really want to buy an all car? Mitsubishi believes so and has its ground-breaking all electric vehicle, the will officially go on sale to the public in August 2011.

The year 2012 i-MiEV, will be available an estimated months ahead of its nearest will feature numerous upgrades and a reduced purchase of $48,800 +ORC as part of its launch program.

Personally I the brave move by Mitsubishi, and all the rhetoric they espouse perfect sense I can t help but about the uphill battles the vehicle will face in change established buying Once people drive the they will realise it is not a glorified golf buggy, but an car that runs on electricity, but getting the average punter to try it be difficult.


MMAL’s CEO and president, Genichiro announced the public launch of the at a press conference in Melbourne on the 9th but the picing was only confirmed

“This is the first time in history that environmentally citizens will be able to their very own zero emission, mass produced electric vehicle – the i-MiEV.

to ensure the i-MiEV gets off to a start, we have released the year 12 version, which upgraded safety and comfort at a lower price. ” Mr Nishina

Now it is one thing to have available a technologically advanced vehicle by all accounts most of us should be but it is another thing entirely to the public to actually buy that Most people have about any number of factors, reasonable, some quite but they exist nevertheless. if we only did what was good for us would smoke, right!

Concerns abound including: the of the vehicle, do I need another to go away on weekends or holidays, how on would I drive to Melbourne, about the carbon emmissions in the vehicle are they more normal, isnt the raw resource for the just as limited a resource as should we buy it for economy or the environment, isnt better etc. These are but a snapshot of the that people have to me about electric vehicles referred to as EV.

Having said all the interesting thing is that the is but one of a number of new innovative vehicle that Mitsubishi are introducing the next few years, right the product range. Essentially will have a choice of for their vehicle choice, really. Imagine an all electric range 4WD with heaps of torque and all four wheels what a vehicle that be!

Tesla have already put to bed the myth.

The i-MiEV, which for Mitsubishi Innovative Electric first arrived in Australia in last year, when 110 leased to local, state and governments and selected innovative The large number of public received regarding the launch of the prompted the company to release of the model ahead of its Australian

Sales of the i-MiEV to individuals begin from mid-August the first shipment of MY 12 i-MiEVs in Australia. The $48,800 recommended price gives Australian the opportunity to own the latest EV technology reducing their carbon at a more affordable price.

The MY12 i-MiEV includes features over the previous boosting the vehicle’s occupant and comfort levels.

Safety has enhanced with the addition of and curtain airbags, taking the number of airbags in the vehicle to The addition of Electronic Stability to the previous model’s Active and Traction Control and braking helps the i-MiEV maintain on slippery or rugged surfaces and stability and prevents loss of when cornering. An In-Cable Circuit Interrupt Device has added to the vehicle’s electric system and provides an extra precaution when recharging.

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the vehicle is secured by the MiEV OS Operating System), an advanced vehicle management system will instantly shut all high voltage electric should an impact occur.

The upgrades to the MY12 i-MiEV’s include a larger rear which adds a stylish and complements the vehicle’s smooth Side and rear privacy provides greater occupant and the heated driver’s seat is the luxury. Auto Lighting and Multimode Keyless entry the upgrades to the 2012 model and the overall i-MiEV experience.

Mr Nishina said the sale of to individuals will be the catalyst begins to change the shape of the motoring landscape.

“Considering about 95 per cent of commuters in Australia travel less 100 kilometres per day, the i-MiEV is an real-world solution to help the population’s environmental impact,” Mr said.

“Mitsubishi believes the of electric vehicles is bright and we are to offer Australians the opportunity to their own EV and make the choice a greener future.”

The i-MiEV is available in six stylish White, Black, Cool Ocean Blue, Raspberry Red and Grey.

The Mitsubishi i-MiEV be available from selected dealers in all capital cities mid-August. In the interim period, all enquiries regarding the availability of the i-MiEV should be directed to 13 12 11.

Mitsubishi Motors Australia recommends that the i-MiEV vehicle always be charged renewable or “green” energy.

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