2017 Chevrolet Bolt Sweeps Aside Nissan Leaf, For Now

With the Consumer Electronics Show underway, one of the big highlights is Chevrolet’s introduction of a dedicated all-electric Chevrolet Bolt that will contend more closely to the Nissan Leaf than the Chevrolet Volt, which is not a battery EV. Right now the 2015 Nissan Leaf is quickly being snuffed out by the anticipation of the Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt Sweeps Aside Nissan Leaf, For Now[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf: Wireless Charging Fit For 60kWh Battery

Besides working with BMW to develop fast charging stations across the nation, Nissan has also been grinding away with Foster + Partners for another type of charging. Set to debut in the 2016 Geneva Auto Show in March, the Fuel Station of the Future concept takes ditches the wire in charging the Nissan Leaf. The Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf: Wireless Charging Fit For 60kWh Battery[…]

2016 Nissan Leaf: En Route To Global EV Domination!

CEO of Renault-Nissan Carlos Ghosn is right to join in the fray that pushes for electrification in the automotive market. While one may say that vehicle emissions leading to the apocalypse is a slippery slope logical fallacy, there is China as evidence that automakers cannot be indifferent toward this issue. The Nissan Leaf is one Read more about 2016 Nissan Leaf: En Route To Global EV Domination![…]

2016 BMW i3 vs Nissan Leaf: Which Is More Worthwhile?

It is understandable that the sales of the Nissan Leaf are better than those of the BMW i3 due to difference in pricing. The BMW i3 isn’t as close a competitor as the Chevrolet Volt is to the Nissan Leaf in the commercial sense, but technically they are closer to each other. While the BMW Read more about 2016 BMW i3 vs Nissan Leaf: Which Is More Worthwhile?[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S vs Nissan Leaf: Autonomous Driving Crucial To Advantage

Perhaps at the dawn of autonomous driving technology it is hard to tell which automaker has the upper hand when it comes to leading in advancement and its concomitant advantage. Though each brand is announcing its own plans in this department, the most obvious players at the moment are the Tesla Model S and Nissan Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S vs Nissan Leaf: Autonomous Driving Crucial To Advantage[…]

2016 Nissan Leaf vs Toyota Prius: Battle Of The Electric Uglies

The Nissan Leaf has stolen the show by finally selling 200,000 examples worldwide, cementing for now its place at the top of the EV charts. There is going to be a tough year ahead for the 2016 Nissan Leaf, as the bug-like all-electric compact will be up against, among others, the spruced up 2016 Toyota Read more about 2016 Nissan Leaf vs Toyota Prius: Battle Of The Electric Uglies[…]

2016 Nissan Leaf: Massive Sales Downfall From Early Anticipation

In the U.S. the 2015 Nissan Leaf has been identified as having the worst resale value, depreciating as much as half of its retail price by the year-end. There are those who would argue that most of it is caused by the $7,500 in tax incentives wiping away plenty of its value during purchase. Now Read more about 2016 Nissan Leaf: Massive Sales Downfall From Early Anticipation[…]

2016 Tesla Model S vs Nissan Leaf: Year’s Global Best-Seller Hot On Nissan’s Heels

Overall, the Nissan Leaf is the top-selling car in the world as it recently touched 200,000 deliveries globally. However, the all-electric hatchback’s dominance is waning with the accelerated growth of Tesla’s sales: 2015 YTD sales for the Tesla Model S is at over 42,000 units worldwide; it has also sold the most for a plug-in Read more about 2016 Tesla Model S vs Nissan Leaf: Year’s Global Best-Seller Hot On Nissan’s Heels[…]

2016 Nissan Leaf Really Does A Number On 2015 Model

With the popularity of the Nissan Leaf, which has just sold 200,000 units worldwide, one would never expect it to suffer from poor resale value. But that’s exactly what’s happening to the 2015 Nissan Leaf, according to used-car website Carlypso. The site compiled a top 10 list for vehicles with the highest depreciation. The 2015 Read more about 2016 Nissan Leaf Really Does A Number On 2015 Model[…]

2016 Nissan Leaf Review: Extra Range Alone Not Enough

The 2016 Nissan Leaf is more evolution and revolution, the one small step the world’s best-selling EV takes before moving on to the next-gen model in 2017 that is expected to be based on the IDS concept. For now we have to content ourselves with a 30kWh battery that, on paper, delivers 107 miles of Read more about 2016 Nissan Leaf Review: Extra Range Alone Not Enough[…]