The fully-electric MINI can go up to 150 miles on a full charge. The electric motor puts out 204 horsepower and 162 lb-ft. of torque, which helps the car reach0-60 mph in 8.5 seconds and a top speed of 95 mph.
Although more than 9,500 people have signed up for info about the 2009 MINI E, only 500 will be produced for lease in California, New York and New Jersey. The $850 per month covers all maintenance and replacement parts. The car also comes with a wallbox that allows the battery to be charged in two and a half hours. In order to buy the car you need to have a lockable garage, since the charging system will be located in your garage.
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