As customers flood local stores this week looking for Black Friday deals, Nissan is offering Atlanta buyers of the all-electric LEAF its own money-saving holiday special: no-cost public charging for two years.
With more than 147,000 all-electric Nissan LEAF vehicles on roads around the world, Nissan is researching ways to put some of the 3.6 million kilowatt hours of available battery storage to work in ways other than driving, adding more value for LEAF owners.
Tried, tested and trusted, the 2014 Nissan LEAF SL is the top "Roomy Electric" vehicle pick in the Good Housekeeping November buyer’s guide as selected by the experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI).
Nissan is highlighting London's battle with air quality in the UK by using the 100% electric Nissan LEAF – the world's best-selling electric vehicle (EV) – to power a striking piece of street art in Waterloo, London that depicts the capital's iconic skyline.
If necessity is the mother of invention, engineers fuel that fire at Nissan's Technical Center in Stanfield, Arizona. Here engineers are plentiful. They love to build things, test things and tinker with things. This team thinks a lot about "why not?" Recently they created a one-of-a-kind electric vehicle to haul supplies and people around on the tech center property.
The economics are simple: Buy an all-electric Nissan LEAF, and you save money by avoiding the gas pump. With Nissan's "No Charge to Charge" promotion, new LEAF buyers in certain markets get an even better deal with two years of free public charging. Here, we present the top five reasons to drive a Nissan LEAF in 10 cities across the U.S. Enjoy the drive!