Billy Hayes, Nissan's Vice President in Charge of Global Sales,

YOKOHAMA, Japan (Feb. 27, 2013) - Sales of the Nissan LEAF have recently passed the 50,000 mark. Not bad say some for a new technology, a new idea, the first mass-market all electric car. But critics of the Nissan LEAF say it's just not enough, that sales have not met expectations.
    • 1378 x 797
    • 1200 x 1200
2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

A new EV charge for Japanese superhero Ultraman

A new EV charge for Japanese superhero Ultraman

Druck Say hello to WAVE, the world's largest EV rally

Druck Say hello to WAVE, the world's largest EV rally

Say hello to WAVE, the world's largest EV rally

Say hello to WAVE, the world's largest EV rally

Nissan becomes the first company to sell a 100% electric vehicle in Mexico

Nissan becomes the first company to sell a 100% electric vehicle in Mexico

Japan automakers advance electric charging infrastructure

Japan automakers advance electric charging infrastructure

Nissan delivers 50,000th all-electric LEAF in U.S. to Texas family

Nissan delivers 50,000th all-electric LEAF in U.S. to Texas family

INFOGRAPHIC: Nissan LEAF

INFOGRAPHIC: Nissan LEAF

Nissan delivers 50,000th all-electric LEAF in U.S. to Texas family

Nissan delivers 50,000th all-electric LEAF in U.S. to Texas family

Nissan delivers 50,000th all-electric LEAF in U.S. to Texas family

Nissan delivers 50,000th all-electric LEAF in U.S. to Texas family