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jmsteiny-soon Mitsubishi will release their i-MiEV in the United States, too. A range of 100 miles and that famous Mitsubishi engineering.



The car will initially cost $32,000 in the U.S.(after the Fed's kick in their $7,500 rebate, which, BTW, is available right now), but, Mitsubishi has announced that by the year 2013 the car will sell in the U.S. for only $22,000. Without the $7,500 rebate. Sweet!

http://www.hybridcars.com/electric-cars/miitsubishi-all-electric-car-2010-imiev.html

  • That puts the car in competition with another Mitsu product due out in the year 2013, the Lancer GTS Hybrid. I'm so glad Mitsubishi has picked the Lancer GTS to do up for a Hybrid model, because that is the car I drive now in ICE form and love.
 

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jmsteiny-indeed Ford announced about a month ago that they are strongly considering bringing the Ford Ka to the States. In fact, I think they said they are bringing it. I would think that would require a new production line or two made available in the States to produce it. Or they'll take its NA production to Mexico alongside Fusion production.

Stay tuned. It's time for Ford to come up with a freshie on the Ka any week now. I'll bring the information here, no prob.
 
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