Customer Advisory Board
It’s been six days since results of an independent test were published showing that Nissan Leaf electric cars in hot climates were suffering from premature range loss, and four days since Nissan responded, saying the high mileage of affected cars was to blame. Since then, we’ve been keeping track of your comments, and the comments of concerned Leaf owners as they try to decide the next stage in this ongoing saga. The general consensus among affected owners? Nissan needs to try harder. Disbelief, frustration Nissan’s most recent statement on the issue, made by Mark Perry...
Nissan Launches Global Leaf Advisory Board For Better Electric-Car Understanding
For the past few months, Nissan has been investigating cases of premature battery aging and lost range in its Leaf electric car, particularly in hot climates like Arizona. Amidst continuing pressure from Leaf owners, however, and with the results of an independent Leaf range test proving that some...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield
How Do You Hide a 2011 Chevrolet Volt? Let us Count the ways...
Just how do you hide a 2011 Chevrolet Volt? In a Cave? Under a bridge? Switch badges with a Prius? Hide it in an oil refinery? How about the planet Dagobah? These are just some of the tongue-in cheek methods being suggested by Chevrolet Volt owners nationwide to help the 2011 Chevrolet Customer...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield