It's hardly a secret that the 2011 Nissan Leaf is one of the most anticipated electric cars this year. Nissan now has over 20,000 customers who have paid $99 to be placed on the waiting list, securing a place in electric car history. But as with any new car roll-out, those who eagerly sign up for a new car even before it's hit the showrooms are enthusiasts who hear about the vehicle from online fan clubs and press-releases, not dealers. So with Nissan's electric eco-baby due to be driving around the streets in less than six months, what do Nissan dealers know about the 2011 Leaf? We asked...
2010 Toyota Prius Sales Up 50 Percent Over Last April
Toyota Motor Sales announced yesterday that its U.S. sales of new cars were up 24.4 percent over the previous April, during the worst of the economic meltdown. Despite recent months--during which a lawsuits have rained down on Toyota for unintended acceleration and brake related safety concerns...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield
Raging Grannies Protest Tesla's Possible Use of Toxic Dump Site For Future Model S Plant
A group of concerned activists is raising questions about one potential location for Tesla's future Model S assembly plant. The Raging Grannies spent last Saturday in front of the Tesla dealership in Menlo Park, California, asking why the electric vehicle company might build their future plant...Robert Scardino