You’ve seen the adverts, been to the test-drive and placed down a $99 deposit for Nissan’s all-electric Leaf. Of course, there’s something you probably weren’t told about at the time of reserving a place in the queue. Patience. Save for a few hundred lucky individuals, the Nissan North America roll out of the 2011 Leaf has been a bit of a disaster. Maybe we’re being harsh. For the earliest of the early adopters, Nissan has delivered on its promise. A reliable family car which seats five and realistically delivers at least 73 miles per charge. For those unlucky...
Chevrolet Shows Nissan How It’s Done, Speeds Up Volt Rollout
Nissan may still be aggravating customers patiently waiting for their 2011 LEAFs with no news of delivery dates, but Chevrolet has just announced that it will be delivering its 2011 Volt plug-in hybrid to all 50 states by the end of 2011. Spurred on by massive consumer interest and a stream of...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield