That you do, Joe.
What's holding new i-MiEV sales back (besides the obvious lack of any attempt to market the car) are the availability of like-new used units going for $5,000-$8,000. But, it's only going to get worse now. We are getting into that awkward middle-stage of the jump from 100-mile EVs to 200-mile EVs. Tesla's entering the mainstream market with the 3, and others such as BMW, Nissan, and Chevy are boosting their range to 200 miles. The i-MiEV's high voltage system has remained mostly unchanged since 2010 when the car was released (3.3 kW charger, 16 kWh battery, some with 14.5 kWh).
Tigger, in the US, there are only model years 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2017. There were so many 2012's left over, Mitsubishi didn't make a 2013 model for the US. There was a 2013 model for Canada and the rest of the world, though. Most of the 2012 models, like Bear, were sold in 2013 when Mitsubishi knocked either $6,000 or $10,000 off (I got $6,000 off when buying Bear).