Used Mitsubishi i Car From Japan

Mitsubishi i is a stylish kei car by Mitsubishi Motors. It was released in January 2006. It is the first-ever car to employ a rear midship or rear wheel drive. Its engine is located behind the passengers. The purpose to do so is to improve safety and interior space without increasing the length of the exterior portion of the car. Its unique styling helps it stand out from the crowd.

The unique layout and rear wheel drive concept of the car made it an instant success in the Japanese market. In fact, the car become so successful that Mitsubishi Motors had to introduce it to the right-hand drive markets of Asia, Europe and Oceania as well.  It has three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine in front of the rear axle. It has aluminum spaceframe chassis.

Who Likes To Use Mitsubishi i Car?
Urban dwellers, and especially, young ladies, love this car due to its style. Mitsubishi originally made this car for people to move around in city centers with traffic jams.
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Interior
When you jump into the car, it looks pretty spacious. The dashboard design is modern.

Used Mitsubishi i Car From Japan

Mitsubishi i Specifications
Production Years: 2006-2013
Class: Kei Car (660 cc)
Body Style: 5-door Hatchback
Layout: Mid-engine, Rear/ 4 Wheel Drive Car
Engine Size: 659 cc
Transmission: 4-speed Automatic Drive
 

Exterior

Interior
When you jump into the car, it looks pretty spacious. The dashboard design is modern.

Who Likes To Use Mitsubishi i Car?
Urban dwellers, and especially, young ladies, love this car due to it style. Mitsubishi originally made this car for people to move around in city centers with traffic jams.

 

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