Visibility is good and the cabin feels light and airy. However, while the driver’s seat adjusts for height, the steering wheel is fixed, so some drivers can find it difficult to get comfortable. The dashboard features simple rotary heater controls, but the stereo buttons are fiddly and you may have to stretch to reach them.
Mitsubishi i-MiEV space & practicality
The car is billed as a four-seater, but it depends who the four are. Headroom isn't the problem, but adults in the rear will be short of kneeroom, so they'll be kneading the backs of people in front through the thinly padded seats. There's not much boot space with four aboard, either.
Mitsubishi i-MiEV equipment
There’s just one trim, but it’s pretty well specified, having air-conditioning, front and rear electric windows, remote central locking and a CD player as standard. Alloy wheels are also fitted, and Mitsubishi offers several options to let you personalise your car, including exterior graphics, leather upholstery and biodegradable floor mats.