TWO Nissan LEAFs have been delivered to Microsoft UK, becoming the first 100% electric cars to join its staff company car scheme. Keen to look for ways to reduce its vehicle fleet carbon footprint, Microsoft UK ran five weeks of competitive internal trials with other electric car manufacturers. The
NISSAN has announced a new range of offers to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the much-loved Micra. First launched in 1983, all four generations of the iconic Nissan supermini have enjoyed enormous popularity by remaining dependable and affordable throughout. And now, in the model’s landmark
COUNTY Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service (CDDFRS) has taken delivery of a 100% electric Nissan LEAF in a bid to meet the highest levels of environmental responsibility across all areas of its operations. CDDFRS approached Nissan for help to reduce its pool car fleet carbon footprint and
NISSAN has today thrown its weight behind the Team GB and ParalympicsGB athletes who will compete for Great Britain at the Sochi 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, and the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Reflecting its status as the UK’s most prolific motor manufacturer, the company
A CHEESEMAKER’S quest to turn his business totally carbon neutral has been made possible by Nissan. Deliveries of Winterdale cheese to customers including Fortnum & Mason, The Goring and Biddenden Vineyard, are now being made using a 100 per cent electric Nissan LEAF, finally making the
NISSAN has revealed its Friend-Me concept, a four-passenger sedan designed for a generation with a very different automotive outlook. With an assertive, imposing exterior featuring boldly flowing sculpted lines, Friend-Me is a confident creature of the night, meant to be seen in bright city lights.
THE AVERAGE human has a field of vision of around 120 degrees, but drivers of the new Nissan Note will be able to see a full 360 degrees thanks to Nissan’s advanced engineering and sophisticated technologies. The new model, unveiled at last month’s Geneva Motor Show, is the first Nissan
THE Qashqai is still the UK’s top crossover choice, according to the latest registration figures published by the SMMT. Nearly 8,500 units of the Sunderland-built crossover were registered in the crucial plate-change month of March – a result which won the Qashqai sixth place in the March