6. Mitsubishi i-MiEV $550 Annually; MPGe - 126 city / 99 highway / 112 combined
The venerable Mitsu i-MiEV – pronounced “I-MEEV” – originated in 2009 as an electrified version of a Japanese “kei” tiny city car.
Badged under a few name plates, it has sold in the tens of thousands globally, and was better equipped for 2014 while its price was cut to $22,995, or a $6,130 price reduction from the previous generation.
DC quick charging is available for those who can use that to extend the EPA-rated range of 62 miles.
Hats off to Mitsubishi for making this vehicle 50-state available.