December 4, 2022
Nissan

Nissan Leaf gets cheaper, a lot cheaper

As anybody talking about the nature of Formula 1 or supercars will tell you, technology is expensive. Unfortunately this also translates into EVs. Since the bits that make up these exquisitely green and desirable machines for the eco-minded are quite pricey when it comes to ownership. Even the Nissan Leaf, a car built as a […]

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Nissan Leaf EV sales aren’t brilliant

Nissan are pretty pleased with themselves these days, but life is not exactly the nicest thing on Earth so they have to face the music. Despite recent unveiling of the facelifted version of their Leaf EV today and announcing the plan to auction off a GT-R in a couple of days, some bad news is […]

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Nissan expands Leaf EV availability

It has been a remarkable year for the Nissan Leaf and pretty much everything else with an electric motor. As 2011 rapidly reaches its end, the Japanese manufacturer is still improving on their product. While they aren’t changing anything about the Nissan Leaf, its inner workings or performance, they will be improving upon its availability. […]

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Nissan Leaf’s charger undergoing changes

Ladies and gentlemen while they are far from perfect, electric cars are out and about, ready to buy, run, save the world and enjoy. The last two parts I’m not too sure about but there’s a more pressing issue to consider, the matter of charging. Not even the best of the EVs out there, the […]

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2011 Nissan Leaf becomes Car of The Year Globally

Here is yet another World Car of The Year winner that the majority doesn’t agree with, because it’s the 2011 Nissan Leaf. I’m not one of the people that thinks the Nissan Leaf EV is that good a car but I don’t think it’s bad either and that means I may be a good person […]

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Nismo introduces Nissan Leaf RC

I would’ve imagined that given the original expenses of development and the low volume sales of the Leaf, Nissan might go under the radar for a while. They did just the opposite, not only did they engage in reprogramming troublesome Leaf units, they also funded Nismo’s latest project concerning it.

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Nissan Leaf production is too slow

Nissan may have refined the EV technology to the point where the Leaf is actually a viable and usable vehicle in the real world but they still have some problems. And according to the latest announcement to come from the Japanese, Nissan’s biggest problem with the Leaf EV is making it fast enough.

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GM sets EV Sail for China

Leaving away some of the title opulence, General Motors isn’t going to sail off to China for EV considerations but they have revealed a new concept on the matter. Probably aimed at China, what we have here is the GM Sail EV Concept. It looks rather well, but then again, most concepts do so let’s […]

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Renault & Nissan begin work on their EV infrastructure

The alliance between Renault and Nissan is a two way street but round this time, the road is switching most lanes over to Europe. I’m only saying this because the two companies announced a plan to prepare Europe for their electrically powered Nissan Leaf as well as others to follow.

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Nissan delivered the first Leaf today

Nope, before you chime in, Nissan isn’t in the business of gardening. They did deliver the first Leaf today. But by Leaf, I mean the Nissan Leaf EV. The first unit ever sold in the U.S. was delivered to a a San Francisco Bay Area resident.

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Nissan Leaf entered series production today

One of the most eagerly awaited EVs of our time, the Nissan Leaf has entered a new stage of it’s existence, it began series production today. The production of the Nissan Leaf began this morning at the company’s Oppama facility in Japan. The Oppama plant is one of Nissan’s finest being able to churn out […]

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Nissan is offering 500 test-drive invitations for the Leaf

Nissan isn’t giving their marketing and development team any break as they have just released a set of 500 invitations to a test drive of the Leaf in Japan. The Nissan Leaf will be the world’s first mass-production electric car and will be available for testing at the plant in Oppama, Japan as part of […]

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Lots of Nissan Leaf customers have previously owned a Prius

Nissan is hoping that their electric Leaf will attract interest of people bothered about the environment and will lead the way towards the electrification of automobile transportation. On a side note to the Nissan Leaf’s marketing Nissan Division for Nissan North America Vice President Al Castignetti had a relatively unsurprising statement to make about the […]

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2011 Nissan Leaf

Nissan revealed a type of car that I talk about with the biggest pleasure. I’m talking about the new 2011 Nissan Leaf that is a full hybrid meaning that it uses only curent electric so it’s making a very big favor to the nature. Of course, the car was also present at the 2009 Tokyo Auto […]

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