Authentic Nissan Leaf apparel says "don't half gas it"
This tongue-in-cheek swipe at plug-in hybrids was intentional and pretty funny, but it's time for Nissan, Chevy and other automakers to stop taking cheap shots at each other. Instead, we'd suggest automakers focus on the fact that both plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles are typically far more efficient than their cats that use conventional drivetrains and that both types of vehicles appeal to a certain set of buyers.
Still, "Don't Half Gas It," will appeal to some drivers, and Nissan is making your snide purchase a bit kinder: for every item purchased at the Nissan Leaf Store, the Japanese automaker will donate $1 to the World Wildlife Fund.
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