Want to save money? Stop paying for gas. Electric cars are generally more expensive to buy than conventional vehicles. The suggested retail price for a 2018 Nissan Leaf, the world’s best selling EV, is about $30,000 in the U.S. You can...Show More Summary
Nissan, the first automaker in the world to launch a mass-priced electric car, has a reason to celebrate this week. The automaker said on Monday it delivered the 300,000th example of its electric hatchback, the Nissan Leaf—though it did not detail whether it was one of the new second-generation cars or a remaining first-generation model. Show More Summary
Recent Nissan research has enabled vehicles to interpret signals from the driver’s brain. Is this the first car company that will incorporate such tech into consumer offerings
The first affordable mass-market electric vehicle remains the world's most popular.
Nissan hasn't publicly announced 2019 Nissan LEAF pricing and specs (even though we found some scoops about those), but it has just released the full range of pricing for this year's version of the "world’s best-selling electric vehicle."...Show More Summary
Some quietly broken news this past week was that the 2019 Nissan LEAF is expected to have 225 miles of range, potentially trolling the base Tesla Model 3 by 5 miles. That would put the LEAF #5 of the list of electric cars with the most range, only trailing the Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, Tesla Model 3 Long Range, and Chevy Bolt
The new, refreshed Nissan LEAF has been selling quite well in Japan since its launch there -- with only a few Nissan models eclipsing it (the Note, the X-Trail/Rogue SUV, and the company's flagship sedan in the market)
Is the 2019 Nissan LEAF designed to lure buyers who would otherwise go with conventional vehicles from a premium brand (like BMW, Audi, etc.)
Nissan has begun offering buyers of the new, refreshed Leaf in Japan free installation of home solar photovoltaic (PV) systems — if they sign up for specific retail electricity plans with Ecosystem Japan
Slicker electric hatchback concept will be on display at the 2018 Tokyo Auto Salon.
We drove the new 2018 Nissan LEAF in California earlier this month, finding it to be an effective foil to the Prius Primes and Chevy Bolts of the world. With far more mainstream styling than its predecessor, the LEAF stands a good chance of hooking customers who would have never considered the old model. Show More Summary
Owners of the new Nissan LEAF in Japan are offered free installation of solar panels for their homes if they sign up for an electricity retail plan offered by Ecosystem Japan. The.. The post New Nissan LEAF owners in Japan offered free installation of solar panels for their homes appeared first on Gadgets, gizmos, and tech from the East.
Three modified Nissan Note e-Power concepts also take the stage. Continue reading Nissan Leaf Grand Touring Concept to debut at 2018 Tokyo Auto Salon Nissan Leaf Grand Touring Concept to debut at 2018 Tokyo Auto Salon originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 28 Dec 2017 11:15:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
They've left the battery range arms race to others and lean on fresh tech and a fresh face.
As pre-orders pass 10,000 across Europe, drivers can now use a new Nissan online reservation system for the 2018 Nissan LEAF — in the UK and Poland, at least, but presumably all other European markets as well. Well, you can order 2.ZERO special versions, not other trims yet
Range is up 40 percent, it includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and loses the Teletubby looks
The first 2018 Nissan LEAFs for Europe are now rolling off the line at Nissan’s plant in Sunderland, UK. Customers will start receiving their 2018 Nissan LEAFs in February. The new Nissan LEAF offers longer journeys without recharging. Show More Summary
Although the new Nissan Leaf shares the platform with its predecessor, that is where the similarities end. Both the interior and exterior have been completely redesigned, as well as the battery and drive motor for increases in range and power. The updates don’t stop there either: the steering and suspension have been tuned and tightened, […]
Yesterday, two women engaged me in conversation asking questions about driving an all-electric car (since I drive a Nissan LEAF). They were mystified and then happily surprised when I alleviated a few misconceptions about electric vehicles. Show More Summary