SALES of the world’s best-selling electric vehicle, the 100 percent electric Nissan LEAF, recorded its best year yet, selling 25 percent more units in 2013 than the next best seller in Europe. Now commanding 33 percent of the EV passenger car market in Europe, the Nissan LEAF sold more than
ANOTHER record-breaking month for the family-friendly Nissan LEAF has been capped with news the 100% electric model has continued its market-leader status in the UK. Figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show the everyday appeal of the practical and
WHEN Nissan first launched the LEAF, blazing a trail for a new kind of automotive technology, no-one could have predicted what a phenomenal success it would be. Now, three years on and with the LEAF in its second generation, the pioneering model continues to set the standard, change perceptions and
LAST week on Nissan Insider, we reported on the Hampshire dentist who became the proud owner of the 100,000th Nissan LEAF to take to the road worldwide. And today we take you back three years, to when Chief Priest Wasei Hirai, of Anyo-in Temple, Tokyo, became one of the first people to take home
NISSAN LEAF, the world’s most popular electric vehicle – with 95 per cent of customers willing to recommend the car to friends – has reached a major milestone in its short life. After just three years on sale globally, Nissan has delivered the 100,000th example of the zero-emission Nissan
AN American Nissan LEAF owner has just completed 100,000 miles in his all-electric car. In early 2011, Steve Marsh purchased a new Nissan LEAF for his 130-mile round-trip daily commute. Since then, he has racked up 100,000 miles in the car, using no petrol, creating no exhaust emissions and, by
NISSAN has further underlined its position as the leader in the electric car market by clocking up the 3,000th sale of the all-electric Nissan LEAF in the UK. The car maker hit the landmark in November when a total of 141 new British-built LEAFs were registered at dealerships across the country.
BRITISH GAS is piloting 28 Nissan e-NV200 vans throughout the winter to determine the future viability of 100 per cent electric vehicle technology. Run in collaboration with Hitachi Capital Commercial Vehicle Solutions and Gateshead College, the pilot will see the four strategic partners working