Once again, via email, CleanTechnica found this week there is still a sale on the refreshed Nissan LEAF, which surpasses an old favorite (the first-generation LEAF) by leaps and bounds. Why wait
Nissan will launch its first public trial of a self-driving taxi service in Tokyo, Japan on March 5, the automaker confirmed Friday. The service, called Easy Ride, will see a handful of self-driving Nissan Leaf electric cars ferry passengers on a set route between Nissan's headquarters and the Yokohama World Porters shopping center. The route only...
The Danish Association of EV owners, FDEL, had arranged a day trip through 5 major cities in the country with the new Nissan Leaf, giving the most curious of us a chance to see the car up close before official release
After becoming something close to a joke over the past couple of years, the once-groundbreaking Nissan Leaf enters 2018 with a new skin, larger battery, and enhanced range. Next year brings an optional battery upgrade, finally giving the five-door EV a range capable of challenging Tesla and General Motors. Show More Summary
The 2018 Nissan LEAF is flying out of showrooms in Norway so fast, it may become the best selling car in the country this year. Not best selling electric car. Best selling of all.
Nissan Electric Vehicle ambassador, Margot Robbie, today revealed during her first ever Facebook Livestream that Nissan will premiere its new Formula E electric concept livery at the Geneva Motor Show (March 6th)
2½ years ago, I asked readers here on CleanTechnica to help me out with a tough decision — which electric car to get. We were planning to move to Florida, or back to Florida in my case (I've been living in Poland for nearly 10 years now, and my wife is from here, so she has lived here most of her life). Show More Summary
At the Chicago auto show this week, Kelly Blue Book named the 2018 Nissan LEAF the lowest cost car to own over a 5 year period. Congratulations, Nissan.
Nissan will introduce its e-Power petrol-electric drivetrain in Australia in the near future, to complement its zero emissions car rollout, led by the new Leaf due at the end of 2018 – and set to comprise 12 electric Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi vehicles by 2022. This self-described technology ‘bridge’ is Nissan’s unique twist on plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and […]
Nissan’s global EV program director is confident the second-generation Leaf will retain its predecessor’s mantle as the global electric sales king, despite the spectre of a tougher competitor set. Speaking at the Nissan Futures conference...Show More Summary
New Leaf tipped to outsell Tesla Model 3 as Japanese brand promises to build and sell cars quickly. Read more
Looking at the US sales of top electric cars (including plug-in hybrids), one thing stands out in January: Tesla dominates. This is unlikely to change anytime soon. Though, hopefully Nissan LEAF sales surge with the new version and hopefully Bolt, Volt, and Prius Prime sales rise higher than they did by the end of
Five years ago, electric-powered vehicles began to make an appearance. Nissan and Tesla proceeded along two entirely different approaches to converting buyers from ICE vehicles to electric-powered vehicles. Nissan added the Leaf on top of its ICE vehicle lineup and Tesla was all in with its electric Model S. Show More Summary
Just a few weeks after placing his order, the satisfied first customer in Europe has promptly taken delivery of his brand new Nissan
London, UK (February 2nd, 2018) – Today, the new Nissan LEAF marked its official UK ‘on sale’ date, parked at the crossroads of London’s first electrified street and one of its most polluted, Electric Avenue and Brixton Road in Lamb...
What happens when a loved and appreciated EV, the Nissan LEAF, is reinvented? What happens when the highest selling electric car in history gets considerably greater range, a hot new design, and additional advanced technologies? One thing that happens is the car — the new Nissan LEAF — is named as a top 10 finalist in the prized 2018 World Car of the Year awards
What a difference a mile makes. Or does it? In the case of the 2018 Nissan Leaf, the second-generation model’s newly enlarged driving range might not sway a single buyer or suddenly place the model ahead of a close challenger, but any...Show More Summary
Via email, CleanTechnica found this week there is another enticing sale on that highly anticipated 2018 Nissan LEAF. The time is ripe (and the range is ripe) to buy all-electric. The email announced that a prime LEAF leasing offer is $229/month with $3,070 down. Show More Summary
There was a wild diversity of interesting stories published in the past week on CleanTechnica, which led to a fun mixture of super hot stories as well. Especially hot was the possibility of the ever fabled solar car. A notable 13,000 pre-orders for the next-gen 2018 Nissan LEAF also caught eyeballs. Show More Summary