Nissan celebrate LEAF milestone | Car Talk - Car News Jun 2018


16:50 Tuesday 05 Jun 2018

The 100,000th Nissan LEAF sold was delivered to its new owner this week as the model’s popularity shows no signs of waning.

Currently, one new Nissan LEAF is sold in Europe every minute as customers continue to flock towards zero-emission technology. Over 320,000 Nissan LEAF’s have now been sold worldwide since its introduction, making it the world’s most popular electric vehicle. European LEAF drivers have now covered a combined 2 billion kilometres, saving an estimated 300,000 tonnes of CO2.

The latest Nissan LEAF model is the Japanese carmaker’s European offering to feature ProPILOT and ProPILOT Park technologies, and is also equipped with e-Pedal which allows drivers to start, accelerate, decelerate, and stop, simply by increasing or decreasing the pressure applied to the pedal.

Full pricing and specification information can be found at your local Nissan retailer.


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