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- Fri, 12 Oct 2018, 19:31
- Forum: For Sale/Wanted
- Topic: FS: Mitsubishi i-Miev parts - LAST CHANCE
- Replies: 15
- Views: 3159
I am in Melbourne and I need a heater housing complete with levers for a MY2012. I will first need to check with the dealer if the earlier model one is a replacement.
Hi AC, this is all very interesting, but i am going to go with Q4, as I call my i, an eye me ev. Also the Japanese for LEAF is not really relevant as I believe it is also an English Acronym. "Leading Environmentally-friendly Active Family car" according to WIKI, although I thought it was Low Emissio...
- Fri, 12 Jul 2013, 03:52
- Forum: Mitsubishi
- Topic: Black imiev Morley Mitsubishi Make an offer
- Replies: 32
- Views: 4511
There were 90 already in the country when they dropped the price and then distributed them around the dealerships. Hippie403 is correct Mitsubishi currently do not plan to continue with the car, although they still sell in the US. I can't believe they have not all gone. $20,000 and six months to con...
Hi, AC, enjoyment of the driving experience when entering roundabouts might do it, that and hard left turns. Although I must confess the skinny fronts do not give me the confidence to chuck the i into a corner. I usually wait until I am in a straight line before amping it, which I try to limit to on...
Looks like your right front is scrubbing, AC Motor, that could be the rear wheel alignment, you would expect the left front to get more wear if roads you use have a lot of camber not the right, unless you continually get crosswinds. Main point, I got a i-MiEV on loan a year ago, the ride and handlin...
- Sat, 06 Jul 2013, 04:05
- Forum: Mitsubishi
- Topic: 8 year 100k mile warranty in Canada & US
- Replies: 11
- Views: 2229
The longer Battery warranty in the US is mandated by Federal law, that is one reason why the cars were sold at a premium, if you remember in 2010 20KwH packs in the US were quoted at $10,000. (this is also the price from Mitsubishi spare parts) I am surprised about Canada unless they have a law too,...
That's not all, reported in 5th July Herald Sun - hidden in the business section. Credit Suisse is forecasting AUD$ at .75 US in 12 months, and Bank of America has year end at .89 Meanwhile West Texas crude is at a 14mth high of $101 and Tapis crude - (index Australia uses) is at $111. This is drive...
Looks like a lot of things are covered here, the i-MiEV 'fuel gauge' has 16 bars on it and each bar equates to about 1KW, the manual tells you never to use the last 2 bars. However from the specs, at empty you would only be at 80% DOD which is probably the safety factor built in. On another point, t...
- Mon, 01 Jul 2013, 03:39
- Forum: AEVA VIC Branch
- Topic: Melbourne Electric Vehicle Expo: Swinburne Uni
- Replies: 6
- Views: 3090
Hi Bryce, I have got 30+ photos, including one with you in it. But I have no idea how to put them up anywhere at full resolution.
- Wed, 11 Nov 2009, 04:02
- Forum: AEVA SA Branch
- Topic: EV Run to Adelaide AGM and Festival, 2010
- Replies: 13
- Views: 10779
Hi Coulomb, Dave has 2 on board chargers but they both charge the lithium pack. The Lithiums feed the lead acid, which power the motor and protect the lithiums from excess discharge. The total capacity should give 100km maximum range, but he was getting over 130km, so there is some sort of synergy i...
- Wed, 11 Nov 2009, 03:29
- Forum: General EV Discussion
- Topic: Australian Design Rules for Electric Vehicles
- Replies: 8
- Views: 1896
Australian Design rules are not 100% applicable to private vehicle imports. So if you are importing for your private use, the vehicle does not have to meet all of them. It will still need to be registered if you intend to drive it on the roads. Therefore it have to inspected by your local state regi...
- Mon, 09 Nov 2009, 04:14
- Forum: EV Motoring
- Topic: Another 3 wheeler EV hybird
- Replies: 75
- Views: 11139
It could be more stable than a four wheeler, due to the weight at the rear being over the rear wheel, looking at the pictures, the front track looks about the same as a small FWD, to tip it you would have to lift a front wheel, when was the last time you lifted a wheel when cornering? Depending on t...