It hasn’t been too long since the fully electric 2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV, known simply as the i, has been available in the U.S. but that isn’t stopping it from raking up awards. The most recent have come from the American Council of an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) who have put the zero emissions four door on the list of “Greenest Vehicle of 2012″ and “Greener Choices”. Each year, the council releases its Green Book Online to give consumers a ranking of the most environmentally friendly products on the market.
Making the list is not the easiest task as a car must be both economical and emissions friendly. The “Greenest Vehicle” list is composed of only the twelve cars and trucks that rank the highest in the overall list. Every vehicle is given a ranking by the ACEEE. With a government supplied tax rebate, the 2012 i is the least expensive mass-produced electric vehicle available in the United States. Mitsubishi has the full intention of continuing to make the car nation wide as test drives will soon be offered throughout the northeast, Virginia and Illinois.
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