mek363, welcome to the forum.
The car you are looking at is a SE (alloy wheels and a nicer interior), but it does NOT have CHAdeMO dc fast-charging, which limits its utility for longer trips.
Even though it is a relatively low-mileage car, you should ask the seller to provide a battery capacity readout, because a lot depends on how the battery had been cared-for. For reference, a new car had a battery capacity of around 45Ah, so I would expect this car to be around 38Ah. Mitsubishi does not warrant battery degradation, but will replace the entire battery pack if an internal cell fails. This car probably less than a year of battery warranty left.
The ad has a few minor errors: there is no cruise control nor tilting steering wheel, and I don't believe it has hands-free bluetooth for the phone.
An important feature in your part of the world is the ability to pre-heat the car while it is still plugged in: the car should come with a Remote which enables pre-heating or pre-cooling, as well as controlling the charging times. A replacement from Mitsubishi can cost $1000, with programming to mate it to the car. If you pre-heat the car, use the heater/defroster and the seat heater, that should serve you just fine for your short commute. The i-MiEV handles well in the snow. The car cannot be pre-heated without the Remote.
A ten-mile commute is trivial, hopefully you have a garage to keep the car inside, and charging using a plain old 120 wall outlet will work just fine.
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