For a while and a couple of stories I have advocated test drives of EVs in order to interest people in Electric Cars.
What is it going to take to move more drivers over to PHEV and pure EVs? What needs to be done by current electric car drivers? What can be done by Governments?
Side note, here, regarding my resent articles about the $5000 and $7000 residual Nissan Lease Credits, I would like to note that the sold listings on Ebay at the time of this writing were mixed on
The above photo is the tease Nissan sent with its promise of something truly "wild" they plan to roll out at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this year.
Back in 2013, Nissan issued a voluntary service campaign (aka National Technical Service Bulletin or TSB) for certain Z34 and R35 models of the 2009-2011 year range.
Practice sessions for Le Mans 24 Hours, the most grueling and respected of motorsport events, began on Wednesday this week.
As Nissan embarked on its Electric Vehicle Odyssey back in 2007 or so, its first car ended up becoming the world’s largest selling EV ever.
Those days are long gone in an electric car as none to my knowledge even come with this option.
News has leaked out of Japan and a picture surfaced that shows what the next Nissan Leaf might look like.
Three cars, nine drivers, and 24 hours of continual racing. That will mark Nissan's return to the most grueling high-speed endurance race of them all, the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Imagine driving up to the gas station and seeing two Nissan LEAFs parked in front of both gas pumps?