The average American drives over 13,000 miles per year, but some cars barely ever get those miles put on them. Here are the least-driven vehicles in America.
You won't see this at dealers anytime soon.
The 2018 Nissan Leaf small electric hatchback looks like it will be a very safe choice for buyers. And we mean that very literally. Euro NCAP, the organization responsible for crash tests and safety ratings in Europe tested the Leaf and gave it five stars out of five for overall safety. The safety rating is based on four categories with a maximum score of 100 percent in any one. The Leaf earned a 93 percent for adult occupant safety, 86 percent for children, 71 percent for pedestrians and 71 per
The switch by Elon Musk's Tesla to heavier-but-cheaper steel highlights how steel is fighting back against aluminum, which had widely been expected to be the bigger beneficiary of the electric vehicle revolution.
Nissan announced plans to sell 1 million electric vehicles (EVs) annually by 2022, a six-fold jump from what it sold last year, and said it had no plans to stop testing its self-driving cars on public roads, calling them safe.
Together with the 4R Energy Corporation in Japan, Nissan has started a project which will provide the Japanese town of Namie with lighting, using solar panels and used Leaf batteries.
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The Rogue was the biggest seller by far, but new reinforcements are needed — and coming.
Owners will be able to restore range lost to bringing the battery up to optimal temp via mobile app.
Plug-in and hybrid demand edges up as Toyota, GM and Honda gains offset slowing Ford growth, Leaf decline.
It may be a concept, but it sure looks production ready.
We showed you a rendering of what could be. Now, what could be — will be.
Not exactly an electric game changer.
And don't forget Mitsubishi.
Get on it, Nissan!
We drove the Alfa Romeo Giulia and the BMW M550i.