Green Car Reports reports on the movements made by Nissan to prepare for production of its 2013 Leaf electric car.
A recent Kelley Blue Book report suggest that, despite a decline in national gas prices, sales of vehicles like the Prius and Volt continue to remain strong.
Green Car Reports takes a look at why the Nissan Leaf, which was once selling strong, has a seen a noticeable drop in vehicles purchased this year.
Green Car Reports takes a look at what it would take for Nissan to get the Leaf electric car in the $18,000-$20,000 range by 2017.
A Nissan Leaf stretch limo is now on the roads in Franklin, Tenn., not too far from Nissan’s North American office and being made use of by a local hotel.
Green Car Reports recounts the story of one man in the United Kingdom who decided to switch from a Nissan Leaf to a Chevy Volt over range anxiety.
Green Car Reports takes a look at plug-in car sales figures for June 2012, noting the Chevy Volt continues to outsell the Nissan Leaf.
A driver of a Nissan Leaf is going to attempt to set a new world speed record, but in reverse.
Nissan’s Japanese customers now have the option to buy a Home Power Station capable of powering both their car and home with the cheapest electricity available.
The Future Japan house — developed by an ad agency with the help of clients like Nissan — offers an inspiring vision of better living through green tech.