jafcorrea, congratulations for snagging a rare 2016!
Did your car come with the 8A/12A Mitsubishi EVSE? Are you going to be installing 240vac? If so, do try to make it a NEMA 14-50 socket.
Some more discussion, re-done since I saw jray3's post -
Nice to see EVSEs continuing to drop in price, and I see a number of them coming with a bunch of adapters (which, self-fabricated individually, would cost more than the package deal). For example (not necessarily endorsing as I have no experience with this one),https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D5C316H
has a nice selection to mate with the most-common outlets.
jray3 just addressed the major EVSE considerations. Elaborating, two that I consider significant:
1) Dual-voltage (120vac and 240vac). Both of your examples do that.
2) Being able to dial-down the charging current (especially for 120vac to 12A or below). Steady-state current draw can be stressful on older highly-used outlets, leading to overheating. Neither of your examples does that, and the discussions on both this site (search for Duosida) and the links jray3 provided address this.
When visiting friends I often dial-down the current to 8A as their 120vac outlets get warm, and last night at a motel I dialed-down my Tesla to 6A as I wanted it to sip safely all night long and I wanted to increase my range ever-so-slightly as well as keep my 12v battery happy.
That said, it's not really a significant issue with the i-MiEV, as the most our car draws is around 13A in either voltage. It works just fine with every EVSE out there.
If you are buying an EVSE to give you 240vac, you might consider a more expensive higher-power one which would also work with your future BEV. For his Bolt, my brother-in-law got the 32A one which you shake to adjust the current and it's working fine.