Originally published on EV Obsession. Black Friday offers this year will apparently apply to electric vehicles like the Nissan LEAF, going by recent reports. In Northern Colorado, specifically, there is reportedly a Black Friday group-buy...Show More Summary
A lively discussion got rolling under the “EV Disruption” article we published earlier this week. One clever and interesting comment from Ronald Brakels stood out to me, though, so I thought I’d highlight it on this lazy Saturday for a lot more people to enjoy and bookmark. Show More Summary
North East Ambulance Service is running five Nissan LEAF as electric pool cars, as part of measures to reduce fuel use and cut its carbon footprint. The vehicles replace five conventionally powered models, and will be supported by a network of nine charging points across the region, the first UK installations by Dutch company ICU. […]
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It has recently come to my attention that used Nissan Leafs are tremendously cheap. Insanely cheap. Ridiculously cheap. So cheap that there are couples currently browsing the aisles at Bed Bath & Beyond, saying to one another: “Honey, should we get these hand towels? Or a used Nissan Leaf?” Read more...
Very soon, I have some out-of-town trips to make in the LEAF. I am tuning in on tricks to maximize range with the 84-mile fully electric Nissan LEAF. The lingering joy I have with the LEAF continues as a direct relief from my previous lifestyle driving a gasmobile. Show More Summary
With the electric car market maturing, the used electric car market is opening up. I’ve got some used electric car searches that I refresh on a daily basis (or several times a day) to keep an eye out for great deals. In case you aren’t...Show More Summary
The US is coming into an election year. I plan to stay quiet in election year with our Nissan LEAF. I believe the empowerment of society is in the choices one makes with the pocketbook. One way we really vote is how we spend. Or don’t spend. Show More Summary
We talk about the Nissan LEAF quite a bit here on CleanTechnica, featuring its newly extended range, price, and the exciting concepts that Nissan has developed that hint at what we might see in a future version of the LEAF, but one thing we don’t talk about much is how sustainably it’s built. Show More Summary
Nissan may soon be the next guest to arrive with its own take on semi- and fully autonomous driving, but the Leaf won’t be the one to carry the torch. Though Nissan’s Intelligent Driving autonomous concept from this year’s Tokyo Auto...Show More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. A Toronto, Canada, condo by the name of “Bside at Minto Westside” has taken a somewhat new approach to selling condos + parking spaces — offer prospective buyers a free Nissan LEAF with such a purchase. Show More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. Given that the Tesla Model S has risen to the clear #1 position in my sales reports, I think it’s important to reiterate that Model S sales are estimated. The estimates are based on many statements...Show More Summary
I came across this inspirational Nissan Leaf commercial from the UK (thank to Chelsea Sexton, via Twitter) that embodies a key piece of our ethos here at CleanTechnica. It also resonates with my personal goals to be more of a doer and show the way vs just talking about solutions. Show More Summary
Plug-In Electric Car Sales In Oct: New Volt Surges, Old Leaf Flat John Voelcker, November 3, 2015 (Green Car Reports) “…[The long-impending arrival of the updated 2016 Chevrolet Volt and 2016 Nissan Leaf with its 107-mile range] hasShow More Summary
Thinking about doing your part for the environment by purchasing an electric car? There are several models that you can choose from. You have the more sporty electric cars from Tesla which are more expensive, but if you don’t need all that power under the hood and just want a decent, normal car, Nissan could be worth taking a look at. Show More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. Those in the US who are planning on possibly purchasing a 2016 Nissan LEAF will be happy to know that retail pricing information has now been released. The new 2016 model year has a starting price of $29,010 (LEAF S) before federal tax credits. Show More Summary
Nissan is preparing to hit the streets of Japan in its ‘Piloted Drive 1.0’ autonomous car project for the first time as the carmaker begins its official testing program. Unveiled last month, the self-driven Nissan Leaf concept is part of Nissan’s push for a “zero emission, zero fatality” future. Show More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. Those of you who have long wondered what the electric vehicle battery manufacturing plants that create the packs used in popular vehicles like the Nissan LEAF, Chevy Volt, etc, are like behind the scenes may want to listen up right now. Show More Summary
Nissan says it will sell a self-driving car by 2020, so I hopped in a prototype and went out to play in Tokyo traffic.
Nissan has pledged to sell a fully autonomous car by 2020. This Leaf prototype readily shows how close the automaker is getting to its goal.