Chevy Volt has best month ever, but Nissan Leaf still wins 2011 plug-in sales contest
The other mainstream plug-in vehicle that was available all year, the Nissan Leaf, also ended the year with an up month, selling 954 units and a grand total of 9,674 for the year. This is just 326 sales under the company's 10,000-unit target for 2011.
We'll have a more complete listing of how the green car market fared up soon. For now, how do these numbers strike you? Is it a failure to have not hit the goals set out at the beginning of the year? Or do you see the upward swing in the sales of both numbers as a positive enough result that you can see 2012 becoming the true Year of the Plug-In Car?
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