Earlier this year Mitsubishi touted the comparatively low price of its all-electric i: $27,990 (which drops to $20,490 after the $7,500 tax credit is applied) for the base ES version. The SE and SE Premium were $2,000 and $4,790, plus $720 destination charges tacked on. At the time, Mitsubishi tried to get the after-tax credit price of the entry-level ES under $19,990, but that the Japanese earthquake prevented this.
All models will see a price increase of $1,135:
ES: $29,125 ($21,625 after tax credit)
SE: $31,125 ($23,625 after tax credit)
SE with Premium package: $33,915 ($26,415 after tax credit)
The cars are still lower than other all-electrics in the U.S.