Check out the new Mitsubishi i and be entered to win Whole Foods Gift Card
The most affordable new electric car in America
The numbers are in — the Mitsubishi i is the most affordable* electric vehicle in the entire United States. And considering there’s a host of federal and state tax incentives for EV drivers, it’s never been easier on the budget to own an electric car (and especially this one) than it is right now.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy have rated the 2012 Mitsubishi i as the top fuel economy leader in its annual Fuel Economy Guide.
How environmentally friendly is an electric vehicle (EV)?
The Mitsubishi i produces zero on-road emissions. Even if you take into account the emissions produced by electrical power plants that provide the energy for charging in many areas across the U.S., EVs are more environmentally friendly than the gas-powered alternatives. Coming in early 2012!
Personalize with custom wraps!
You are invited to be creative and show some flair! Add your own custom designs to car to the hood, side, tailgate and e-cap! Check out your options!
The Mitsubishi i Electric has teamed up with Moms Going Green to give one lucky winner the chance to win a $150 Gift Card for Whole Foods Market!
To enter the giveaway:
To enter to win, visit the Mitsubishi i Electric website and then come back and comment what color you would choose if you won the MiEV!
Bonus entries: Leave a separate comment for each bonus entry. If you already ”Like” or “Follow: it counts as an entry.
1. Tweet about this giveaway
2. “Like” Mitsubishi i on Facebook
3. “Follow” on Twitter @iMitsubishi
Please note this giveaway runs through, Friday December 23, 2011 5 p.m. PST. Winners will be chosen at random by random.org and notified by e-mail (make sure you leave that in the comment section). Prize shipped to winner directly from Mitsubishi i. US residents only.
To learn more visit http://i.mitsubishicars.com
Reserve your i now and Mitsubishi will cover the cost of the electrical inspection by Best Buy’s Geek Squad to make sure your home can efficiently charge an EV: http://i.mitsubishicars.com/reserve
The Mitsubishi i will begin shipping in early 2012 to select markets, including California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii. It will be available in the Northeast by April 2012 and nationwide by January 2013.
*Its starting MSRP IS $29,125 and the net MSRP after federal tax credit is a very affordable $21,625 for the standard ES model and only $23,625 for the upgrade SE version, making the starting price for the all-new Mitsubishi i several thousand less than other mass produced electric vehicles available in the market.Tweet