Mitsuoka hatchbacks may feature two or three box design. The Mitsuoka Like is a five-door hatchback electric car manufactured by the Japanese automaker Mitsuoka Motors between 2010 and 2012. It was unveiled in 2010 and was discontinued in 2012. The wheelbase was extended to help accommodate five passengers, unlike the i-MiEV, which only seats four. Its distinctive front styling separates it from other rebadged i-MiEVs, including the Citroen C-Zero and the Peugeot Ion. It was priced at USD 55,000, before a Japanese tax credit, which lowered the price to USD 14,550.
Mitsuoka Viewt is a modification of the Nissan March/Micra sold by the Japanese automaker Mitsuoka, intended to resemble the 1963 Jaguar Mark 2. The line was launched in January 1993. The first Viewt, introduced in January 1993, was produced on the basis of the K11 March. The March's hatchback was replaced by a fixed rear window and rounded boot, and the front grille and headlamp assembly was replaced by one closely resembling that of the Jaguar Mark II. In standard form the interior was much the same as the March's, but leather seats and wood trim could be added at extra cost.
The Viewt shared its 1.0- and 1.3-litre engines with the March. It was originally available with manual or automatic transmissions; later more luxurious editions were automatic-only. The new Viewt is available with 1.2-, 1.4- and 1.5-litre engines, with automatic or manual transmissions. The interior resembles the March's; leather seats are optionally available. The 12SR version uses some of the March 12SR's interior decoration, such as carbon fibre inserts on the dashboard.
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