EV charging station company Coulomb recently announced it completed compatibility testing for the Nissan Leaf in the European market.
Enterprise recently announced that they are adding the Nissan Leaf to their business rental program for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP).
Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander has come out in strong support of the Nissan LEAF, going as far to call it patriotic to own an electric car.
Nissan has shipped around 200 units of the Leaf electric vehicle to Okinawa, Japan, for use by rental companies serving the area’s six million annual tourists.
Portugal’s economy might be teetering, but the country can now claim to have the first head of state who does his official travels in an electric vehicle.
December 11 is D-Day for the Nissan Leaf here in North America, as the automaker finally delivers the first of its electric car to the waiting hands of a customer.
Nissan is set to begin its global roll out of the all-electric Leaf, with Japan hitting on December 20, followed around the same time by the U.S.
The Nissan Leaf has been named 2011 European Car of the Year and is the first electric vehicle to do so–narrowly beating out Alfa Romeo and Opel contenders.
The electric Nissan Leaf has been given a 99 miles per gallon equivalent rating by the EPA, answering a big question about how to compare EVs to regular cars.
Nissan will be installing 150 charging stations for customer use at dealerships carrying the all-electric Leaf in select target markets across the country.