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.
25 Nissan Leaf all-electric cars are being leased to individuals as part of a low carbon transportation study in London.
Nissan unveils plans for a new battery replacement plan for American Leaf owners, costing $100 a month for select benefits to reassure drivers.
One author details her experiences as she prepares to purchase an all-electric Nissan Leaf.
Wireless charging of electric vehicles in the U.S. will become more of a reality for owners of the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt come July.
The lower-priced Nissan Leaf is selling better in 2013, particularly in West Coast areas that have extensive charging infrastructure.
With lower prices, Nissan says its Tennessee-made fully electric Leaf sold at a record pace in March, with 2,236 vehicles delivered.
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 announces the Leaf has sold over 50,000 cars since debuting in late 2010, and some quick math shows it may actually have outpaced the Toyota Prius.
Nissan and Bose have teamed up to offer a premium audio sound system for the Leaf which, while pricey, is reportedly more energy efficient as well.