The 2016 Geneva Motor Show has come and gone, but automakers have given us a lot to ruminate on for some time to come. Take, for instance, this video from Nissan. It takes us into the presumably not-too-distant future, to give a glimpse of what our world may look like, particularly when it comes to our cars and […]Read more "In Nissan’s future, your car will roam the night, charging"
Nissan today introduced the 2016 all-electric LEAF with an available 30 kWh battery that provides an EPA-estimated best-in-class* range of 107** miles – a 27-percent increase over the previous 24 kWH battery. The new battery is standard for LEAF SV and LEAF SL models. The 2016 model also offers an enhanced IT system that is […]Read more "New 2016 Nissan LEAF now offers best-in-class 107-mile range in affordable, fun-to-drive package"
The all-electric Nissan LEAF eligible for up-to $8,250 incentive As the manufacturer of the best-selling all-electric vehicle in history, Nissan congratulates the Government of British Columbia on its recently announced BC Clean Energy Vehicle Program, which provides incentives for British Columbia residents who purchase an electric vehicle. As of April 1, 2015 when the new […]Read more "Nissan congratulates the province of British Columbia on the BC Clean Energy Vehicle Program"
Electric vehicles are expected to significantly cut into the gasoline-powered vehicle market in China. According to analysts at Frost & Sullivan, gas vehicles will drop to 94.9 percent of the market, while EVs will reach 4.2 percent by 2020. China’s EV incentives, as well as a push in technology innovations, are credited for the rising popularity […]Read more "Recharge Wrap-up: Nissan Leaf brake investigation, EV market will grow in China"
Electric taxis may become an ordinary sight in Europe’s major cities, with Nissan delivering the first Leaf cabs to Rome and Madrid and the first e-NV200 taxis to Barcelona. The first two Nissan Leaf taxis were delivered to Italy’s capital with the help of taxi company Unione Radiotaxi of Rome. The electric vehicles will operate […]Read more "First Nissan Leaf Taxi Arrives in Rome!"
Tried, tested and trusted, the 2014 Nissan LEAF SL is the top “Roomy Electric” vehicle pick in the Good Housekeeping November buyer’s guide as selected by the experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI). The world’s best-selling electric vehicle is one of eight cars selected in their annual 2014 car review. LEAF was specifically noted […]Read more "Nissan LEAF Earns Good Housekeeping Research Institute’s Recommendation!"
After 19 months in a row of record sales in the US, the money picture for the Nissan Leaf is steadily improving. Nissan has sold 63,944 Leaf EVs in the US and a total of around 140,000 globally. The company produces the electric vehicle in three countries: Japan, the UK and the US and has […]Read more "Nissan Leaf Gaining traction!"