2 Articles

Communauto, North America's oldest car sharing company, has made a commitment to add 50 Nissan Leafs to its Quebec- and Montreal-based fleets by early 2012. Right now, Communauto has 15 Leafs ready for car-sharing duty, with the rest of the electric hatchbacks expected to arrive within the next six months.

Recently, Hydro-Québec handed over the keys to 15 Mitsubishi i-MiEVs that were delivered to the Boucherville businesses that will take part in the second phase of Canada's grandest electric vehicle trial. Thierry Vandal, president and chief executive officer of Hydro-Québec, notes that: