Growing the Grid: EV Taxis Drive

MEXICO CITY (May 2, 2013) - The fully electric Nissan LEAF has been zooming across the country of Mexico for months now. So far, only taxi drivers and government officials in Mexico City and in Aguascalientes are driving them. But soon those in Mexico who want to drive a 100 percent pure electric car will be able to buy the Nissan LEAF. That is why the company is working hard to get more electric vehicle charging infrastructure in place.
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Toby Perry

Toby Perry

Carlos Ghosn

Carlos Ghosn

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Nissan LEAF Global Sales Reach 100,000 Units

Nissan LEAF Global Sales Reach 100,000 Units

Nissan LEAF Global Sales Reach 100,000 Units

Nissan LEAF Global Sales Reach 100,000 Units

Amy Eichenberger

Amy Eichenberger

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™