Car-Sharing Fleet to Take Delivery of Mitsubishi i in San Francisco

CYPRESS, CA – Mitsubishi Motors North America said it will make its first delivery of a 2012 model-year Mitsubishi i electric vehicle to a fleet customer on Thursday, Dec. 8. The customer is City CarShare, a San Francisco Bay-area nonprofit car-sharing group.

The vehicle is one of nine Mitsubishi i vehicles initially ordered by City CarShare. The organization will take delivery of the electric car during a 9 a.m. ceremony on Dec. 8 in front of San Francisco City Hall Plaza.

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2012 Mitsubishi i
2012 Mitsubishi i

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