Tag Archives : Nissan Leaf
Will be a CBU import that is expected to cost around INR 35 lakh (ex-showroom). According to CarandBike, Nissan India will launch the Leaf electric vehicle.
Could have a range of nearly 500 km. A news report coming out of Japan suggests that the next-generation Nissan Leaf is expected to house.
Nissan today unveiled the 2016 Nissan Leaf at the ongoing 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show with a bigger battery and has managed to extract 25 percent.
It might have been a lucky coincidence or a well-planned move by Nissan India. The Nissan Leaf, the company’s best-selling EV to date, was given.
Has a maximum range of 160 km. The Nissan Leaf electric car was showcased at the 2014 Colombo Motor Show in Sri Lanka by Spark.
Here are the most important developments in the Bhutanese auto industry in the last week. Nissan denies plans for EV plant in Bhutan Kenichiro Yomura,.
The Nissan Leaf Aero Style (production model) has debuted at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. Donning a Dark Metal Grey paintwork, the vehicle launches in.
The Nissan Leaf with autonomous drive technology makes its public debut at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. Earlier this month, Nissan held a private demonstration.
Global sales have crossed 50,000 units but number far below expectations The Leaf EV is Nissan's far-sighted answer to the most popular hybrid car on.
Having given us a preview of GTR and the Nissan Leaf, we pretty much know what to expect from Nissan India at the Delhi Auto.
The Nissan Leaf was handed out to journalists in a private area yesterday in Noida. The Leaf takes on this journey to eavesdrop on India's.
We were invited by Nissan to be part of the "Innovation Drive" yesterday featuring the Leaf and the GT-R models beside the carlines sold in.
IndianAutosBlog.com is told by sourced with direct knowledge on the matter that Nissan could display the (green) peace-loving Leaf and the ear-shattering GT-R at next.
Nissan's newest TV commercial in America showcases technology found in everyday Nissans with a twist. It's a treat to watch, it gives us a sense.
Mr Kiminobu Tokuyama, CEO Nissan India, has said the company's first mass-production EV will be sold in India in 2010-12. Tokuyama claimed he had already.