US Leases Now Available For Mitsubishi i

Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) has selected Ally Financial to be a preferred provider of leasing and financing for the company’s all-electric 2012 Mitsubishi i.

Consumers can now lease a Mitsubishi i at certified dealers nationwide for lease payments as low as $249 per month for the base ES model equipped with a convenient high-speed CHAdeMO DC quick-charging port.

This 36 month lease is for a 2012 i-MiEV with Quick Charge package and are based on an agreed upon value equal to its MSRP of $30,675. The $249 monthly payment assumes $3,498 due at signing, including security deposit.

As a preferred financing provider, Ally Financial will begin offering leasing for other vehicles in the Mitsubishi Motors’ lineup alongside Mitsubishi Motors Credit of America, Inc. (MMCA).

Ally Financial currently plays a significant role in dealer and consumer financing within the Mitsubishi network as a financial services provider. This new agreement (effective immediately) expands upon this role providing a broader set of choices to consumers when making their next vehicle purchase at one of the company’s approximately 400 Mitsubishi Motors dealerships in North America.

“We welcome the cooperation from Ally’s auto finance team to provide our customers with additional flexibility in leasing and financing our highly efficient, zero-emission 2012 Mitsubishi i, as well as leasing other products in our product lineup,” said Yoichi Yokozawa, president and CEO of Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc (MMNA). “This will provide small businesses and consumers with even more convenient means to finance their new Mitsubishi Motors electric vehicle, making the Mitsubishi i more attractive to those individuals and companies that want to make a difference by opting for a sustainable and highly cost-effective form of transportation.”

  • MrEnergyCzar

    After the deposit at signing it comes out to $350 per month. Better off getting a Volt for almost the same price…


  • Jim Jones

    Does the volt include the quick charge package also?

  • Chuck Norwood

    Regarding the Volt, can it be leased as well?? Also, is it a fair comparison (categorically) to a true elec car. Should electric only vehicles stand apart from vehicles with combustion engine assist?? The Mitsu appears much smaller though.

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