Nissan offers up some interesting insights into regional sales of its Leaf, giving food for thought for how EVs in general are doing in different markets.
Nissan unveils plans for a new battery replacement plan for American Leaf owners, costing $100 a month for select benefits to reassure drivers.
The lower-priced Nissan Leaf is selling better in 2013, particularly in West Coast areas that have extensive charging infrastructure.
The pilot program will help the City and the taxi industry understand how zero emission vehicles can be integrated into future taxi fleets.
The University of Oxford, England is testing a self-driving prototype car system that could be less expensive than the one being used by Google.
With a $6000 price cut on the new Nissan Leaf, a mainstream sub-$20k EV could have positive repercussions for the growing green car industry.
Nissan unveils pricing for the 2013 Leaf, adding a lower priced model that starts at $28,800 but which, in certain markets, drops $10 grand after tax rebates.
Nissan, fresh off two full years of Leaf electric car sales, begins production of components for the EV in Tenn. even as it outlines future green car plans.
Nissan recently showcased an automated Nissan Leaf at at Japanese trade show that can park itself and also alert you when someone is trying to break it.
Green Car Reports reports on how Nissan has dropped the price of leasing a 2012 all electric Leaf as well as offering other incentives to drive more sales.