Originally published on CleanTechnica As I slow to a stop at an EV charger, someone walking by the LEAF takes a long look at the EV and what I am doing. I see the quizzical bubbles of questions popping. The questions people ask about...Show More Summary
“BMW is a thoughtful automaker,” Eric, my BMW i3 test driving companion, muses. Exceeding at thoughtfulness, I must agree, as I drive the BMW i3 one more time. This time, after months of driving a Nissan LEAF day after day, I test drive...Show More Summary
200-mile Model E likely follows Chevrolet Bolt, Tesla Model E, and next-gen Nissan Leaf to market. The EV Ford will likely be built in Mexico (sorry, Donald) circa 2019.
It has long been assumed the BMW i3 would get a big range boost this year. Actually, the first strong sign of that for me was when a Nissan employee told me that the 2016 Nissan LEAF was getting 107 miles of range, the 2017 would get...Show More Summary
Nissan has been a patient tortoise to Tesla's hare in the electric-vehicle derby, continuallypushing its six-year-old Leaf model to little popular appreciation while Tesla zips to about 400,000 "reservations" for a Model 3 battery-powered sedan that isn't likely to appear in driveways for another couple of years. So Nissan decided to [...]
Originally published on EV Obsession. Nissan’s European electric vehicle fleet sales — primarily sales of the Nissan LEAF car and the e-NV200 van — climbed to record levels for the fourth year in a row during fiscal year 2015, according to a recent press release from Nissan. Show More Summary
As I slow to a stop at an EV charger, someone walking by the LEAF takes a long look at the EV and what I am doing. I see the quizzical bubbles of questions popping. The questions people ask about the Nissan LEAF at a charging station have me falling into conversation. Show More Summary
Despite the ad, Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn has welcomed the competition.
Nissan is trying to play Tesla’s lengthy Model 3 waiting list to its advantage. A print ad that landed in the country’s most-read newspapers this morning is playing up the Model 3’s wait times, according to Automotive News, and encouraging EV buyers to go the faster route by buying a Leaf. Show More Summary
A new ad for the Nissan suggests skipping the long Tesla Model 3 lines and just getting in a Leaf today. Continue reading Nissan's new Leaf ad makes fun of Tesla Model 3 success Nissan's new Leaf ad makes fun of Tesla Model 3 success originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 22 Apr 2016 11:11:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
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A very special Nissan Leaf recently appeared in a video, which was weird but definitely attention-grabbing.
When the Nissan LEAF car was first released, it certainly caused plenty of waves, not because it had a design that split opinions right down the middle, nor for the fact that it is a small sized people mover, but simply because it was marketed to be an affordable electric car for the masses. Show More Summary
Young drivers and a car that projects their emotions on the street in manga-style graphics. Weird. Continue reading This Nissan Leaf reads your thoughts, projects them on the road This Nissan Leaf reads your thoughts, projects them on the road originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 13 Apr 2016 13:30:00 EST. Show More Summary
Nissan hasn't abandoned the idea of a sporty electric vehicle, and there's room to grow the range beyond the pioneering Leaf EV. Something fun could come within the next five years. Continue reading There's hope for exciting electric...Show More Summary
Nissan is rooting for Tesla. The Japanese car company best known for the legendary Z-car and the monstrous GT-R supercar also makes the Leaf, an electric five-door hatchback that gets about 100 miles per charge. In an interview withShow More Summary
Both plug-ins are neck and neck for collective sales in the US market since their respective 2010 introductions.
Continue reading Chevy Volt reclaims US plug-in sales crown from Nissan Leaf Chevy Volt reclaims US plug-in sales crown from Nissan Leaf originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 04 Apr 2016 12:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
The Chevrolet Bolt. The Hyundai Ioniq. Even the Nissan Leaf. All of these will be remembered as oddball electric also-rans, while the Tesla Model 3 will be remembered as the car that brought electricity to the masses. And the reason why is actually very simple. Read more...
Originally published on RMI Outlet. By Christa Owens Michelet and Edward J. Klock-?McCook Right now, residents of Fort Collins, Colorado and the entire state of Minnesota are eligible for a major discount on a Nissan LEAF electric vehicle (EV) through the end of March. Show More Summary