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New e-Power powertrain was shown off in the Gripz concept last year.

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says that a new compact car in Japan will get the e-Power system, which is a range extender for an EV.

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There were no surprises in the old sales rivalry last month.

The Chevy Volt outsold the Nissan Leaf by over 900 units last month. Pretty much how it's been for all of 2016.

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Everything will be connected. Everything will be awesome.

Renewable energy, vehicle autonomy, V2G and connectivity combine to make the future beautiful.

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It's not hard to find a used Nissan Leaf for under $10,000 these days.

Surveying the used Nissan Leaf market sure makes it tempting to get one, at the low prices that they're available for these days.

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Are Potential Buyers Holding Off And Waiting For The Bolt?

January sales slump for the Nissan Leaf electric vehicle continues where last year left off.

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That's 330,000 Tons Of Carbon Monoxide Saved To You And Me

Electric vehicles have collectively been driven 1.2 billion miles globally.

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Buyers Enthusiatic About New American Model, Still Waiting For Improved Japanese Choice

The official figures are out and the Chevy Volt is really taking the sales fight to the Nissan Leaf with a huge increase following the release of its all-new 2016 model.

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Buyers May Still Be Waiting For New Models, Model Year Updates

September sales of the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf were both down in a big way. 56.7% for the Leaf and 31.9% for the Volt.

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Shareholders Meeting Gives Clues

Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn hints to shareholders at an electric vehicle with a 250-mile range in the near future.

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Programs Builds On JV Nissan Formed With Sumitomo In 2010

Nissan will work with the Silicon Valley company Sumitomo to develop stationary-energy-storage set-ups that use old Leaf batteries.

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Germans Think EVs Are Even More Boring Than Americans Do

Survey says people think EVs are good for the environment but not that fun to drive.

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Volt, Prius Plug-in Have Moved About 159,000 Vehicles Combined

Nissan has sold about 172,000 of its electric Leaf worldwide since its launch. That beats the 159,000 of the next two best-selling models.

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Trend Echoes New-Car Demand Pace For Electric Vehicle

Nissan Leaf used-car sale prices plunged during the first quarter, while overall used-car prices rose.

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'Self-Portrait' Measures More Than 2,200 Square Feet

Nissan Leaf helps create world's largest glow-in-the-dark painting with its tires.

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Milestone Buyer Previously Leased 2013 Leaf

Nissan sells its 75,000th US Leaf electric vehicle in Portland, Oregon

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Japanese Automaker Is More Than A Third Of The Way To The Federal Incentive Quota

Nissan will likely be first to hit the non-incentive threshold for electric vehicles and is already negotiating with the federal government for a possible extension.

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Up From Around 1,000 Now

Nissan helps push sales of its all-electric Leaf by accelerating deployment of quick charging stations across the US.

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Prince Charles toured Nissan's Sunderland plant in the UK, where the Nissan Leaf electric vehicle is produced.

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Challenges Remain For Plug In Drivers

Think that owning and driving a plug-in vehicle in green-centric San Francisco is easy? You should probably think again. That's because a lot of other residents already have the same idea, and there aren't enough charging stations to keep up. A classic First World problem, for sure, but a problem nevertheless for at least one EV driver.

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Call it Keeping up with the Hansens. Through a combination of environmental consciousness, big-time government incentives and good old-fashioned peer pressure, Norway has become the country with the highest number of electric vehicles per capita. And Nissan couldn't be happier.

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California Start-Up Keeping Up With Nissan and Leaf Sales

Nissan sold its 50,000th Leaf a total of two years and two months after introducing the EV to dealerships. Tesla isn't as established as Nissan, and its Model S - with its higher levels of luxury and performance - costs multiple times more than the Leaf. Consider the Tesla's starting price of $70,000-plus (and easily much more with a bigger battery and a few upgrades), and compare that to the Leaf's base MSRP of just a bit over $30,000 before its 2013 price cut. It would make sense, then, that i

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