Would you use a taxi that has no driver? It's going to be called a Nissan Leaf Easy Ride. Nissan and DeNA will recruit participants for a field test of the Easy Ride mobility service in Yokohama, Japan, from today until Jan. 15.
If you are a Nissan Leaf owner you know that Nissan LEAF offers 4 distinct drive modes on its upper two trim levels - Drive, Drive ECO, B-mode, and B-mode with ECO. Which of these modes do Nissan Leaf owners use primarily.
Nissan invites everyone to test drive the new 2018 Nissan Leaf. All you need to do is to go to Allnewleafdrive.com and register. You will be notified when your test drive date is. It's not through Nissan dealerships.
Chevrolet Bolt and the new 2018 Nissan Leaf go head to head when it comes to comparing their price, range, charging and self-driving features. Let's compare their size, charging speed and several other parameters to see who wins.
Do you know how it feels inside the new 2018 Nissan Leaf? Last week at the Drive Electric event in Northern California, I was excited for the opportunity to get inside the pre-production 2018 Nissan Leaf and check it out for myself.
Today I read a very interesting discussion where the Leaf owners were talking about the unexpected perks of driving Nissan Leaf. You have to be a Leaf driver to understand them because apparently they are less commonly advertised.
There are people who prefer Tesla Model 3 vs Nissan Leaf and some of them have become somewhat anti Leaf and pro Tesla. If you are one of them you should watch this video interview with Nissan North American Chairman Jose Munoz, who explains how and why they did what they did with the new 2018 Nissan Leaf.
The time is finally here and the 2018 Nissan Leaf has finally been revealed to all of us with its specs and the rumors and gossip is now in the past. Now the question that remains is: Has Nissan done enough to remain competitive in the growing EV hatchback market?
Many electric car enthusiasts are anxiously waiting for Nissan's word on the range of the 2018 Nissan Leaf, but no confirmation has come from Nissan. Firm confirmation will be available in the "coming weeks."
Some Nissan Leaf owners say they are somewhat disappointed learning the 2018 Nissan Leaf will have only 150 miles per charge, but others say you get the same Nissan Leaf with doubled range for the same price, and that's a big improvement considering the price.
Few days ago Tesla started its official sales of the iconic Model 3 and in two months Nissan will unveil its 2018 Leaf which is comparable to Model 3 in many ways including the price and range. But here are few points when it comes to comparing Model 3 vs Nissan Leaf that are very necessary to take into consideration when making the comparison.
When you follow the chatter about Tesla Model 3 or the new 2018 Nissan Leaf all the excitement seems to be about the innovation and range. But I start to hearing more and more from current EV owners like Tesla Model S and Fiat 500e that with current range their EVs have some would prefer faster charging. They would like to have ultra faster charging for the following reasons.
Yesterday, when I covered the news about the 2018 Nissan Leaf having a special feature called e-Pedal I shared the story in few social groups for discussion. Not everyone is enthused about the Leaf e-Pedal and they raise these questions.