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Nissan is recalling 3.53 million vehicles globally – 3.2 million in the United States – because the front passenger airbag may or may not deploy properly in the event of a crash.

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Up next, 'Why would you want all that range, anyway?'

A new ad for the Nissan suggests skipping the long Tesla Model 3 lines and just getting in a Leaf today.

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Young drivers and a car that projects their emotions on the street in manga-style graphics. Weird.

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After all these years, the two best-selling plug-ins have sold almost the exact same amount.

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Also avoid the 2013 Nissan Leaf and the 2012, 2013 and 2015 Tesla Model S.

The 2014 BMW i3 joins several other EVs on Consumer Reports' list of used cars to avoid.

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A problem with a relay in the brake booster freezing over in cold temperatures has prompted Nissan to recall 46,859 Leaf EVs for an ECU refresh.

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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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AT&T's 2G system is going away, leaving Leafs in the lurch.

The loss of AT&T's 2G cellphone network for force Leaf owners to update their telematics system, if they want to keep the functionality. Owners of 2015 models get it free, but 2011-2014 drivers must pay.

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After security threat, company suspends service.

Nissan has disabled an app used by thousands of Leaf owners after researchers discovered cyber vulnerabilities.

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With little effort, strangers could control settings and view location data.

An app that helps Nissan Leaf owners connect to their cars contains cyber vulnerabilities that allow outsiders to manipulate certain controls and view information on the whereabouts of drivers.

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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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But The Nissan Leaf Does Take A 30% Hit

January 2016 sales for the Nissan Leaf and the Chevy Volt show that we're getting back to an equilibrium for these two plug-in stalwarts.

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CEO Says Infrastructure Investment Needed To Ease Range Anxiety

In countless introductions of the new Chevy Bolt, executives from General Motors touted the all-electric vehicle as the first affordable electric car for the masses. Those without selective memories may recall – what was it? – oh yes, the Nissan Leaf.

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Nissan Leaf owners, there's some bad news if you're selling your car. A new study reveals that nearly half the EV's value is lost with the first owner.

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Nissan Leaf Dealer Decides The Time For Change Has Come

Plug In America co-founder Paul Scott loves electric cars, but he loves the idea of not owning a car even more.

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While the Tesla Model S continues to grab headlines with its steadily growing popularity, it isn't the most popular EV yet.

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Nissan Hopes Its Fuel Station Of The Future Will Change Minds

Nissan announces its Fuel Station of the Future, a high-performance wireless charging system being developed with Foster + Partners architects.

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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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An engineer in Nissan's EV and hybrid division says the brand will introduce an EV with a range-extender engine in 2016, and the model will not be a Leaf.

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Nissan and ENEL are partnering on a vehicle-to-grid trial with Leaf EVs saving power to use during peak hours.

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