So far, electric vehicles haven't really caught the imagination of tuners in the way their combustion counterparts have. Aside from the occasional NISMO-tweaked Nissan Leaf or Brabus-fettled Smart Electric Drive, electric cars have been left well alone. Ever since Saleen announced it was developing an electric vehicle though, we've been intrigued...
Hawaiian and Nissan Leaf magic combine to make possible a climb to heaven’s morning — for the Leaf’s driver, a Maui resident, that is. Neil Wagner woke predawn to become part of the famed sunrise over the volcano in Haleakal? National Park. Show More Summary
Although it’s taken its sweet time, electric car sales are on the up, having increased by an impressive 447.95% in the US last year. The Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S are proving the most popular, with sales of the Nissan passing 35,000 since its 2010 launch. Show More Summary
Logistics specialist STEF is testing an experimental 16 metric ton all-electric vehicle (pictured) under actual operating conditions for Carrefour France. The all-electric truck was developed by Renault Trucks and is based on a Midlum vehicle chassis in partnership with PVI and IFP Energies nouvelles. Show More Summary
I run down probably one or two hundred press releases a day (in addition to hundreds of articles published across the web). But I was surprised this week to see an auto dealer in San Antonio, Texas, advertising the Nissan LEAF and Chevy Volt via a press release on PR Newswire. Show More Summary
The Nissan Leaf topped sales charts last month.
The Nissan LEAF continues its rise up the EV sales peak. It had over 1,000 more sales than the runner-up in March 2014, the Chevy Volt (which somehow ended up with exactly the same number of sales in March 2014 as March 2013). Of course,...Show More Summary
Following up on the many discussions that have been going on regarding auto dealerships and electrified vehicles, one of our readers suggested that we conduct a survey on the experiences of Nissan LEAF shoppers, since the LEAF is the best-selling 100% electric vehicle and is sold through dealerships. Show More Summary
At breakfast this morning, my wife reminded me that we picked up our Nissan Leaf exactly one year ago. Since I was looking for time to write a summary of our first year in electric vehicle-land, this anniversary looks like as good an excuse as any. read more
Nissan is recalling thousands of vehicles for a defect involving airbag sensor software, including the 2013-2014 Leaf, Altima, Sentra and Pathfinder crossover; the 2013 NV200 van; as well as the 2013 Infinity JX35 and the 2014 Infinity Q50 and QX60. Show More Summary
The 2013 and 2014 models of Nissan’s highly popular electric vehicle, the LEAF, are being recalled by the auto giant in order to address an issue with the airbag sensor software. While a large number of LEAFs — approximately 29,165 —...Show More Summary
At breakfast this morning, my wife reminded me that we picked up our Nissan Leaf exactly one year ago. Since I was looking for time to write a summary of our first year in EV-land, this looks like as good an excuse as any. The ultra-short answer: We love the car and we’re very happy with... ? Read More: A year with a Leaf
Atlantic Station will become the Southeast's largest electric vehicle charging site — making the 138-acre Midtown development, a destination for Nissan LEAFs, Chevrolet Volts and other plug-ins. The EV infrastructure will dial up activity...Show More Summary
What happens before a stick-on vent addiction? Sheepskin seat covers? Fuzzy dice? I guess the best thing is to never linger too long in a Pep Boys. Read more...
Vehicles Affected: Approximately 989,701 Nissan and Infiniti vehicles, including model-year 2013-14 Altimas, Leafs, Pathfinders and Sentras; model-year 2013 Nissan NV200s and Infiniti JX35s; and model-year 2014 Infiniti Q50s and QX60s. The Problem: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is reporting...
Nissan and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have issued a recall for 989,701 vehicles in the US due to an issue with their passenger-side airbag systems. Affected Nissan models include the Altima, Leaf, Pathfinder and Sentra from the 2013 and 2014 model years, and 2013 NV200 taxis. Show More Summary
Infinity Q50, QX60; Nissan Pathfinder, Altima, Leaf and Sentra affected by recall.
Editor’s Note: If you don’t get enough info here on CleanTechnica from Nissan LEAF owners, Nissan is offering a good opportunity to connect with them and learn a lot more. Check out the news below, via Nissan. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – TheShow More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. Frankly, I’ve seen this over and over again — with the Chevy Volt, the Tesla Model S, the Nissan Leaf, and probably other electric cars. It’s a problem… well, a temporary problem, but actually aShow More Summary
Critical Mass has launched a new digital campaign for Nissan, called “Real Owners. Real Questions.” which celebrates the milestone of 100,000 LEAF electric vehicle sales, making it the best-selling electric vehicle ever. For the campaign,...Show More Summary