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Many drivers with a 130-mile round-trip each day to work and back and deem the Nissan Leaf's 75-mile EPA-rated range a little too short for comfort.
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Nissan , in a bid to move forward the cause of autonomous driving vehicles, recently completed its first public road test on a Japanese highway of a robotic Leaf electric car.
A photo taken on September 30, 2010 shows a Chevrolet Volt electric car presented at the Paris Auto Show on the first day of the two-day press days.
Joggle your memory and recall what the Honda Ridgeline looks like; to answer your next question, yes, it still exists and sales have actually been up for 2013 over 2012 by nearly 30%.
People who aren't buying electric vehicles because they think charging will involve too much hassle are wrong, says a new study from the Union of Concerned Scientists and Consumers Union.
The car giant released this map to mark the 3,000th Leaf sale in the UK, showing just where the world's first all-electric family car is most popular.
These two rivals always create some stiff competition between themselves and it is usually the consumers who benefit from such "duels."
December 11, 2013: Nissan in Europe has joined senses with a world-renowned master perfumer to create an aromatic blueprint of what the world could smell like in a zero emissions future.
Some of you may have been told, "you hit like a girl" or "you run like a girl", but what about "you build a minitruck like a girl"? Chances are you've never heard such a thing, but Jennifer Reynolds may have just coined the phrase with her take on Nissan's '98 Frontier.
Angie Vorhies plugs in the charging cord to her Nissan Leaf electric vehicle at a mall in San Diego last month.
While I can't really say it's a lifelong dream of mine to drive a cab in New York, there is a certain appeal to, at least temporarily, joining the worlds largest, slowest fleet of professional drivers of yellow cars in the world.
The New Hampshire Electric Cooperative is working to install more electric car chargers in underserved parts of the state.
According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, a nonprofit group intent on "solving the planet's most pressing problems," less than 1 percent of U.S. motorists drive electric vehicles, despite that 65 percent think EVs are an important part of our transportation future.
If you've been wondering for the past few months since the release of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-class what it would look like if it was forced to drift around a racetrack along with a Nissan 200SX drift machine, this video should answer that question.
Honda has been building and selling its interesting Ridgeline truck since the vehicle debuted in the fall of 2005.