The 2016 i-MiEV starts at $23,845, including an $850 destination charge, reflecting no price increase over the previous model. The destination price rises to $975 in Alaska and Hawaii. Pricing does not reflect a federal tax credit of $7,500.
A new navigation package that includes a 7-inch touchscreen display, real-time traffic, 3D mapping, Bluetooth, a USB port and rearview camera is priced at $2,000.
Standard equipment on the 2016 i-MiEV includes heated driver and front passenger seats, remote keyless entry and heated side mirrors.
Edmunds says: Mitsubishi holds the line on i-MiEV pricing, something that should please shoppers in the market for an electric car.