The 2013 Nissan Leaf has finally been given official stats from the EPA, improving slightly over last year’s model with an estimated range of 75 miles and a combined MPGe rating of 115.
Almost two and a half years after the Nissan Leaf went on sale, the little electric car can count 25,000 sales in the U.S.
Nissan’s Leaf electric car earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) “Top Safety Pick” designation, falling short of the group’s highest mark.
Traditionally, buyers of Nissan’s Leaf electric car have been the sort that are more interested in cutting their carbon footprint than their transportation costs and that’s something the automaker wants to change.
Nissan and New York City are celebrating Earth Day together by launching a pilot program to use the Leaf electric car as a taxi.
Recently the New York Times and American electric car maker Tesla got in a highly publicized war of words over a review of the Model S electric car. Amongst other contentious issues, the range of the vehicle didn’t meet the Times’ writers expectations.
An undetermined number of Nissan Altimas, LEAFs, Pathfinders, Sentras, as well as the Infiniti JX35 built in 2013 are being recalled over a defect which can cause the airbag to not go off in the case of an accident.
At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Nissan will have the global debut for the new Note that will be competing in the B-segment in Europe.
Electric cars are often viewed as the personal transportation solution for the future, though a team of researchers at the University of Oxford in the UK is looking beyond that, to vehicles that drive themselves. And they’ve come up with a prototype that costs far less than you might expect.
Nissan announced today that Nissan Leaf sales broke past the 50,000 unit mark worldwide.
Ford, General Motors, Chrysler, Nissan, and Tesla are among 13 companies joining together as founding Partners of the Department of Energy’s Workplace Charging Challenge.
Nissan is really building the Leaf NISMO it brought to the recent Tokyo Auto Salon.
Towards the end of last year, Nissan announced its plans to expand its NISMO performance sub-brand and there’s no better way to garner attention among young enthusiast buyers than to display those vehicles at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon.
Nissan unveiled the newest iteration of its Leaf electric car today, saying that it will have improved efficiency and faster charger times.
Specifications for the U.S.-built 2013 Nissan Leaf EV are still unavailable, but its official unveiling during the Detroit Auto Show on January 15 is drawing very near.