2018 Nissan Leaf Needs An Edge To Beat The Chevy Bolt & Tesla’s Model 3

The Chevrolet Bolt has been leading the way when it comes to zero emissions; so, it’s not surprising that it has been stashing plenty of awards under its belt. However, the Bolt’s success has pushed the Nissan Leaf into the shadows. Although the Leaf may be leading when it comes to international EV sales, there Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf Needs An Edge To Beat The Chevy Bolt & Tesla’s Model 3[…]

Ford Focus Electric Takes “Going Green” So Seriously It Hurts

Going green is, definitely, a trend that’s worth following but it looks like Ford may have taken it up a notch, according to a report by CarScoops. Ford has developed a new Outrageous Green Metallic paint color for its 2018 Focus Electric hatchback. This comes after the company’s researchers discovered that about 35 to 40 Read more about Ford Focus Electric Takes “Going Green” So Seriously It Hurts[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf Needs To Play Catch Up With Bolt & Model 3

One of the main reasons why the Chevrolet Bolt has successfully stayed on top, in terms of zero emissions, is the fact that it comes with a 60kWh battery. This has pushed the model to become an award-winning vehicle. The Bolt has been garnering plenty of attention recently which leaves very little room for the Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf Needs To Play Catch Up With Bolt & Model 3[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf Eats Dirt Behind Chevy Bolt & Model 3

A 60kWh battery unit is crucial for a model to be a leading 2017 EV and that’s exactly why the Chevrolet Bolt has been on top, in terms of zero emissions. So, it’s not really a surprise that this model keeps nabbing awards. The Bolt has been garnering plenty of attention lately; so much so Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf Eats Dirt Behind Chevy Bolt & Model 3[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Late For Chevy Bolt & Model 3

It’s absolutely essential to have a 60kWh battery in order to be a top 2017 EV; that’s why Chevy Bolt has managed to stay on top, when it comes to zero emissions. This has resulted in the model nabbing many awards recently. The Bolt has been the center of attention lately which leaves the Nissan Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Late For Chevy Bolt & Model 3[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S vs Nissan Leaf: The Loser Is Obvious

As we journey further into 2017, it’s hard to turn a blind eye to the fact that the Nissan Leaf is slowly losing its appeal to the masses. Although it is Nissan’s most successful electric vehicle, the Leaf has been going down a slippery slope in the United States as well as in the global Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S vs Nissan Leaf: The Loser Is Obvious[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf: Less Value Than The Bolt

It’s quite sad to see the Nissan Leaf slowly crumbling, despite being Nissan’s most successful EV. It has been reported that the sales of the electric hatch has dropped in the United States as well as in international markets. Maybe the automaker wanted to see how low can the Leaf sink in the plug-in market. Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf: Less Value Than The Bolt[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf: Worst Of The Lot

It’s becoming more evident that Nissan has pushed the Nissan Leaf further down, despite being its most successful EV to date. Recent reports have revealed that the sales of the electric hatch has reduced both in the US, as well as, in the global market. Maybe the automaker was trying to see how far could Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf: Worst Of The Lot[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Little, Too Late!

Today, an ideal battery unit for a top EV would be a 60kWh and this is proven by the Chevrolet Bolt. The Bolt has been leading when it comes to zero emissions thus it isn’t much of a surprise that it keeps nabbing awards of recent. The Bolt continues to soar amongst buyers while its Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Little, Too Late![…]

2017 Nissan Leaf vs Tesla Model S vs Chevy Bolt: The More You Know…

It’s undeniable that the Nissan Leaf is slowly losing its appeal to consumers. It may have been Nissan’s most successful EV thus far but recent reports have revealed that its sales numbers have been going down a slippery slope in the US as well as in the global market. It could have been that Nissan Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf vs Tesla Model S vs Chevy Bolt: The More You Know…[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf: You Snooze, You Lose!

It’s becoming pretty evident that Nissan is failing with its once most successful EV. The sales of the electric hatch have been dwindling in the United States as well as internationally. We don’t know what the automaker’s intentions are but maybe they’re trying to see how far it could go before it hits rock bottom Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf: You Snooze, You Lose![…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Failure Worth 60kWh

A 60kWh battery is the ideal unit for any top 2017 EV, and that’s exactly why the Chevrolet Bolt has remained on top in terms of zero emissions. This is especially proven by the Bolt’s success in nabbing various awards recently. The Bolt is currently garnering plenty of attention which leaves the Nissan Leaf to Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Failure Worth 60kWh[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf vs Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S: Two Winners, One Loser

As time passes, it’s becoming more apparent that the Nissan Leaf is losing its appeal. Despite being Nissan’s most successful EV, the Leaf have been dwindling in the US, in terms of sales, as well as in international markets. Maybe Nissan was experimenting with the Leaf to see how far it could go before it Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf vs Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S: Two Winners, One Loser[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt: More Shame For Nissan Leaf

Whether you want to take pity on the Nissan Leaf or celebrate its woes, there’s no denying that Nissan has dug a pretty deep grave for its most successful EV. Sales of the electric hatch have not only dropped in the US; the Leaf is also having a tough time abroad. Perhaps the automaker intends Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt: More Shame For Nissan Leaf[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Loser With 60kWh

Having a 60kWh battery is the benchmark for any leading EV in 2017, which is why the Chevrolet Bolt is the biggest deal when it comes to zero emissions. Its importance is duly reflected in all the awards it has scooped up recently, so it’s hard to call the Bolt underrated. With the Bolt being Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Loser With 60kWh[…]

2017 Ford Focus Electric Makes Nissan Leaf Look Worse

The Ford Focus Electric is making a comeback in 2017 and this time it’ll be boasting 115 miles of range, way more that its predecessor’s 76 miles. This EPA-rated range was obtained via a Monroney sticker sent by a reader to Electrek. The all-new Focus Electric would be coming with a 33.5kWh battery instead of Read more about 2017 Ford Focus Electric Makes Nissan Leaf Look Worse[…]

Next-Gen Nissan Leaf Would Not Arrive For 2017

Fans of the Nissan Leaf have been holding out on purchasing the 2016 model in anticipation for the second-gen overhaul of the electric hatch which is supposed to arrive for 2017. But the fourth quarter is about to dawn, with no word from Nissan. Well, the automaker has finally broken its silence on the 2017 Read more about Next-Gen Nissan Leaf Would Not Arrive For 2017[…]

Future Calls – 2016 Nissan Leaf Benefits From Decline

There’s no luck for Nissan Leaf with customers at the moment. Despite managing to draw attention via an advert that takes a low-key swipe at the Tesla Model 3, more and more EV shoppers seem to be avoiding the Leaf like a plague. While that cannot be construed in any other way than as bad Read more about Future Calls – 2016 Nissan Leaf Benefits From Decline[…]

Don’t Forget – 2016 Nissan Leaf, BMW i3 Beat Tesla In Efficiency

All is looking well for Tesla at the moment, while the gloom over the Nissan Leaf gets darker with each passing month. Of course it is silly to pit both models against each other, but is safe to say that in terms of sales alone Nissan has been beaten. The same can be said for Read more about Don’t Forget – 2016 Nissan Leaf, BMW i3 Beat Tesla In Efficiency[…]

2017 Ford Focus Electric: Departs When Model E Arrives

People were scratching their heads when Ford said that 100 miles of range is enough for the 2017 Ford Focus Electric. It turns out that the vehicle is just living out its final days as a compliance car until the Ford Model E arrives. Once it does, Ford will discontinue the Focus Electric and the Read more about 2017 Ford Focus Electric: Departs When Model E Arrives[…]