Mitsubishi cuts price for all-electric iMiEV in response to Nissan's Leaf

As electric vehicle (EV) makers such as Nissan and Chevy continue to one-up each other on price and warranty points prior to high-volume introduction, Mitsubishi has thrown its hat into the ring – cutting the price of the all-electric iMiEV in the U.K. by $16,000. The offering, which had been priced...

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