The all-electric hatchback was purchased jointly by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council) and the Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership (OHCPP) with funding support provided by Transport Scotland.
Alex F Noble arranged the delivery of the vehicle via car transporter from its Straiton base outside Edinburgh, to Uig in Skye.
From there, the journey continued by ferry to Uist and then on the road again down to Benbecula where the car was finally united with its new owners.
Chairman of the OHCPP, Angus Campbell, said: ‘One of the Partnership’s key aims is to work towards a carbon positive Outer Hebrides. While this is an ambitious long term goal, small steps, such as the trialling of electric vehicles in the islands, are helping us make significant strides towards it.
‘The LEAF will provide vital data on the potential of green fleets for the Public Sector in the future.’
David Noble, dealer principal at Alex F Noble Nissan said: ‘We’re delighted to have delivered the LEAF to its new home in the Western Isles. I’m sure its new owners will be impressed with the car’s contribution to their drive towards a carbon positive Outer Hebrides.’