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. Continue Reading...
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The Nissan Leaf enjoyed a second month of strong sales while the Chevrolet Volt fell 11 percent in April. Continue Reading...
Product placement in virtual worlds has been paying dividends for companies, and Nissan is looking to leverage Electronic Arts’ newest edition of SimCity by incorporating its Leaf EV into the game. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Electric cars… Are they a silent killer? Lawmakers worry that they might be, but the solution has some automakers up in arms. Continue Reading...
Nissan is really building the Leaf NISMO it brought to the recent Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Nissan unveiled the newest iteration of its Leaf electric car today, saying that it will have improved efficiency and faster charger times. Continue Reading...
According to recent used car pricing estimates, electric vehicle resale values are lagging behind conventional gasoline cars. Continue Reading...
Nissan seems to be regretting what turned out to be an over-zealous sales strategy for the Leaf. Continue Reading...
Nissan has built its first lithium-ion cells for its electric vehicle’s batteries at its plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, which will first be used in its 2013 Leaf. Continue Reading...
Bullying isn’t funny… unless it involves a couple of car companies calling each other’s products ugly. Then its hysterical. Continue Reading...
Owners of plug-in electric vehicles and pure-electric vehicles tend to be well off financially and well educated according to a new survey. Continue Reading...
It’s no surprise to anyone that has been paying attention to the Leaf’s sales figures, but Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has confirmed that his company will not meet the sales target for its all-electric vehicle. Continue Reading...
Nissan has just unveiled its 2013 Leaf in Japan, announcing that the car is getting a boost in range and a lower price for the Japanese market. Continue Reading...
Nissan might ship production for some of the motors going into its Leaf EVs to the U.S. in a cost-cutting measure. Continue Reading...
Slow sales are getting to the higher-ups at Nissan, encouraging measures to improve the unpopular EV’s future. Continue Reading...
There’s nothing worse in a salesman’s world than having a product almost nobody wants, which is why GM and Nissan are offering slashed lease rates on the Volt and Leaf. Continue Reading...
The Nissan Leaf has had a pretty rough start in America with continued struggling sales, and now the Japanese automaker has bought back a pair of the electric vehicles from unsatisfied owners in Arizona. Continue Reading...
Nissan is set to put into motion a third-party investigation into some Nissan Leaf owners claims that their battery packs have been losing range, and aging too quickly. Continue Reading...
In celebration of National Plug-in Day, Nissan has released an infographic highlighting its Leaf owners and all the miles they’ve driven gas free. Continue Reading...
Electric cars are still a tough sell with consumers, but plug-in hybrids are starting to get more bites as people warm to the idea of the highly-efficient cars. Continue Reading...
Among the many things going on at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) during the course of a year, there is the very messy task of crashing car after car after car. Continue Reading...
Canadians have it pretty easy. They get free healthcare, dirt-cheap college tuition and now free taxi rides… Continue Reading...