Leading consumer advocate J.D. Power has recognized Nissan LEAF and Nissan Frontier with top honors in their 2020 US Vehicle Dependability StudySM (VDS).
The three-year-in-service study surveyed owners about their 2017 model year vehicles, with a lower score reflecting fewer issues per machine.
As expected, Nissan LEAF was ranked as the top-performing non-premium vehicle and at the top of the compact car segment with a score of 83 problems experience per 100 vehicles (PP100). Also, LEAF is
Kelley Blue Book has awarded Nissan LEAF as the best electric car in its “5-Year Cost to Own Awards” for the third consecutive year. As you might know, the award recognizes vehicles in each segment for their appealing price-to-value ratio over a period of five years.
The awards, based on Kelley Blue Book’s extensive ownership research data, take into consideration depreciation, expected fuel costs, finance and insurance fees, maintenance and repair costs, all along with state fees. The awards
Nissan LEAF remains one of the best-selling electric vehicles of all time with more than 440,000 global sales. And now for 2020 model year, the prominent brand reveals a new version of the LEAF, with added safety and convenience features including standard Nissan Safety Shield 360 technology. Furthermore, new models feature a new 8-inch color touchscreen display, which was previously available only on LEAF PLUS. Let’s see more, shall we?
Pricing starts at $31,600 and key additions include the
Electric cars have become very popular in recent years with many making the switch from tradition fuel to electric models. But with so many on the market, which has been the most popular? In this article, we will be providing you with our choice for some of the most popular electric vehicles for 2019 and the early part of 2020.
Tesla Model 3
One of the most popular electric car brands in 2019 has been Tesla. With the model X as well as the Roadster, Model S and the recently unveiled Cyber
Nissan LEAF e+ has been named overall “Product of the Year” as well as “Best Car” at the EE Pocket-lint Awards 2019. The awards celebrate the best technologies, gadgets and games of the last 12 months, as voted for by both the industry and general public.
Shortlisted from the numerous other Pocket-lint reviewed this year, the 19 final winners are the best of the best in their categories. In the “Best Car” award, LEAF e+ managed to reach higher positions than the rivalling Audi, Mercedes and e
Nissan team announces details and pricing for the new LEAF PLUS model. What is special about this particular one, is that the “PLUS” stands for increased energy density of vehicle’s 62kWh battery pack and the higher 214hp output.
Furthermore, LEAF PLUS adds range with a total of 50 per cent, compared to predecessor models to the incredible 226 miles. (150 mile range for the standard 2019 Nissan LEAF).
In fact, the engine also allows faster acceleration at fast speeds and offers some enhanc
All-new Nissan LEAF NISMO RC, an electric sports vehicle, has been unveiled in Tokyo. Sexy and capable, new family member showcases design team’s dedication and capability for delivering a contemporary design and refined drivetrain system.
With two electric motors, new AWD system and aggressive body expression, the track-ready machine adopts Nissan’s vision for electric power and zero emission goals. A key component in the project is brand’s Intelligent Mobility vision, which features new bat
Nissan pushes the boundaries of all that is convenience and has always showcased incredible products, systems and everyday life solutions. And as it seems, the team now is hitting these boundaries again. And as it seems, they are pushing them really hard.
First of all, we have seen the unveiling of the all-new all-electric ABB FIA Formula E Championship race car. It marks the ambition of Nissan team to dominate the race track one more time. The vehicle will make its first circuit debut at the
Or why it might be a strikingly bad idea
In ten years one million electric cars are expected to be rolling on the roads of America. There is a lot of money going on here, and billions have been invested in subsidizing the production of the EVs and all of the components they use. And we are all familiar with the benefits electric cars offer, but what we aren’t exposed to is the disadvantages of owing an electric car.To be more specific, what the long term problems might be.
First, the c
Nissan launches special Spotify playlist exclusive for all LEAF fans out there in celebration of the fifth anniversary of the world's first all-electric Nissan LEAF. All Spotify users now can search for the "100% Nissan LEAF 5th Birthday" playlist and enjoy the special 10 fan-suggested songs that can be streamed on all Nissan vehicles.
As you remember, the first all-electric Nissan LEAF vehicle was unveiled back in December 11, 2010 at the San Francisco Motor Show and since this glorious mome
The leader in electric vehicle manufacturies, Nissan showed the first glimpse of its ideas for the Fuel Station of the Future concept in partnership with the innovative architects Foster + Partners. In an exclusive 20-second video they demonstrate their final idea about the future. Details for this project will be available in March, next year.
As you might remember, last month Nissan demonstrated the 7kW wireless charging device that can easily recharge overnight the large battery packs. In
‘Together we ride to Tokyo’ is what Nissan has to say about this image. The Japanese company also revealed that this is the ‘future vision of car intelligence and electrification’ and that the car from the teaser image will be previewed at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. Since we know these facts, it is perfectly logical to ask whether this could be the next Nissan Leaf.
And since we have made a highlighted version of the image, which is shown below, it surely speaks in favor of our theory, doesn’