Hi drsheep, welcome to the forum.
I entered this vehicle's VIN just to verify a few things (e.g., the CHAdeMO DCQC port was standard), and here's the full Monroney sticker information:https://www.mitsubishicars.com/rs/file/monroney?vin=JA3215H46EU024960
It shows that the car came with the $135 accessory USB adapter. Sorry, can't help you about Android phone to stereo compatibility. If you go for a test ride, be sure to try it out as that USB may only be a charging port.
I agree with PV1 that a 40-mile round-trip commute should be no problem, with mid-winter operation possibly being marginal. Pre-heating the car (using the Remote) before you leave home (while it's still plugged in) gives you a great head-start without using the battery and feels soooo nice on cool mornings. If you have the ability to plug into an ordinary 120vac wall socket at work then you will definitely have no range issues at all.
Be sure that a Remote is included with the purchase, as that's a $1000 replacement cost gadget.
That price is a bit on the high side, but, after all, it is a 2014 and there are very few of them around. Ridiculously low mileage means just about zero wear on everything. As for the battery, it all depends at what charge level the car was stored (for example, storing at 100% SoC in hot weather is not healthy). The good news is that it has 8 years left on the battery warranty, and Mitsubishi is very good about battery replacement for outright failures, which are relatively rare.
Do go for a test drive and let us know if you have any more specific questions. Good luck and enjoy your test drive - careful, you might get hooked!