Mitsubishi i-MiEV was launched in Malaysia image

The Japanese based automaker Mitsubishi has recently announced the launch of the i-MiEV to Malaysia recently, cheap where the model can now be ordered from RM136, patient 118.50.

Good news for those of you looking for a “green” vehicle in Malaysia because you now have the option of ordering the Mitsubishi i-MiEV. According to the car manufacturer, no rx the Mitsubishi i-MiEV can be yours from RM136,118.50 without insurance, or from RM139,888 on the road. Mitsubishi says that the service interval for the i-MiEV is every 20,000 km and the only things that need replacing are the air conditioning filter and the brake fluid. The warranty has five years and free service is up to 100,000 km.

The Mitsubishi i-MiEV is using an electric motor, which is good for 67 HP (49 kW), with a peak torque of 196 Nm. Power is being sent to the rear wheels and the model can accelerate all the way up to 130 km/h. The i-MiEV has a 330V battery which can be charged from a standard home socket in eight hours (full). The Mitsubishi i-MiEV is 3,475 mm long and 1,475 mm wide, riding on a 2,550 mm wheelbase. The “goodies” list includes climate control, GPS, 2-DIN touch screens for the multimedia system, automatic headlights, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear lever, electric power steering and more.

  • dannyman123

    Pro and con is there already. Price. Again, people like us, striving to live now look at a car that is beyond affordability of most people. To make it more worst, our fellow human beings in US gets to pay US$21k for a car while in Malaysia, an average Malaysian need to fork out more than double in price to buy the same thing. I just want to ask Mitsubishi this…Do you see Malaysians earning stupendous income than our counterparts in the US? No wonder our cost of living is expensive because we are getting ripped off on cars like this while our counterpart in the US enjoy a cheap and affordable car and possibly pay off within 2 years with no sweat. Yeap, life is fair in Malaysia

  • dannyman123

    The “goodies” list includes climate control, GPS, 2-DIN touch screens for the multimedia system, automatic headlights, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear lever, electric power steering and more"

    I wonder why they said this is "GOODIES" ????? Now with modern age, i thought this specification is standard when competing with other cars. At the end, if your car is bland, then might as well you buy another brand. I don't terms these items as goodies but essentials as part of the car. Really….