Don't see any good lease rates there just yet, but 0% 5 year financing is nothing to sneeze at.
As I'd expected, there are basically no factory options, so what they call the "ES" in 2014 is a slight upgrade from the 2012 SE, the Premium package having gone bye-bye. If you don't care about color (the only one I wouldn't want myself is black), your car should be available for immediate shipping; you can add your USB port, side moldings, wheel locks, etc. later. By dropping the Premium's excess pricey toys and making everything else (including CHAdeMO DCQC) standard, Mitsubishi's done what they can to make this an easy product to supply.
The SmartED gets a lot more press, but for those who don't require the ForTwo's sub-mini footprint the i-MiEV is far more car for slightly less money. If more people were paying attention (and the press would stop ignoring the car), the i-MiEV would be an excellent fit for many multi-car households. I remain concerned about what their actual production capacity is, but aside from that I'd think this could be fairly successful with even limited advertising (and hey, maybe get creative to earn some free press).
2012 Silver ES w/QuickCharge+DRL/foglights, Eaton Level 2 EVSE, since 9/9/2012