With electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles getting their prices slashed this year, it’s no surprise that residual values are also being cut.
A horde of electric vehicles descended on Norway’s capital of Oslo to set a new world record. The Scandinavian city’s streets played host to some 260 EVs, half of which were Nissan Leafs and all of which helped break the previous record.
Nissan is testing a new battery pack for its Leaf electric car that the brand says can perform the same as the current battery when exposed to sustained high-heat conditions.
Nissan is still betting big on electric vehicles with plans to expand its Global EV portfolio to five vehicles.
Nissan released the top 15 markets where its Leaf electric car sells best today.
By most standards, the Nissan Leaf is a slow seller. Then again, most standards don’t apply to electric cars.
At the Nissan 360 event, the Japanese automaker has unveiled two new technologies that it is showcasing on its Leaf electric vehicle.
While sales of 1,864 units isn’t anything to boast about, the Nissan Leaf outsold the Chevrolet Volt last month by a margin of 76 units.
In an effort to help boost electric vehicle sales, Japanese automakers have teamed up to increase the number of charging stations in Japan.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance marked a milestone today by selling its 100,000th zero tailpipe emissions vehicle.
Nissan has released information regarding all of the changes that are set to arrive for the 2014 model year across its entire lineup, most of which consist of new packaging options.
Nissan’s hack-and-slash pricing policy for the Leaf electric vehicle is working well. In fact, it might be working too well.
Nissan has announced that it’ll be adding quick-charging stations for its Leaf electric vehicle at over 100 U.S. Leaf-certified dealerships.
The Nissan Leaf isn’t exactly the first vehicle you might think of when it comes to NISMO performance, but the Japanese automaker is now offering a slightly sportier version of its EV.
Nissan now has 265 DC quick chargers installed to recharge its Leaf electric car and is continuing toward its goal to have 600 by March 31, 2014.
Nissan has announced its Leaf battery replacement program for U.S. owners, which will launch during the first half of 2014.
New Nissan Leaf owners might be rejoicing that their vehicles saw a $6,400 cut in its MSRP, but early adopters might not be happy when the electric vehicle’s resale value takes a drop.
Nissan took the hack-and-slash route with its Leaf Electric car, cutting prices dramatically with increased sales numbers in mind.
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.