NISSAN’S versatile range of vehicles has proved to be the perfect fit for Stoke-on-Trent City Council, as it seeks to maintain its clean and tidy environment.
The council has chosen Nissan to form the part of its large fleet dealing with its Streetcare and Greenspace policies.
Nissan knows what they’re doing when it comes to crossovers. They were the original creators of the crossover category and proudly manufacture the UK’s most popular model. The Nissan Qashqai’s popularity isn’t by accident.
So, at West Way, we want to give everyone the pleasure of driving away in a new Nissan Crossover, which is why we are running the Nissan Crossover Event until the 31st March. So, you can be driving away in a brand-new Nissan Qashqai, Juke or X-Trail, with savings of up to a mighty £1,500.
NISSAN has today delivered further evidence that its leadership towards an electric ecosystem goes far beyond vehicles such as the “Simply Amazing” new LEAF.
The brand has announced a strategic partnership with leading energy company E.ON, already collaborating with Nissan in Denmark. Under the new initiative Nissan and E.ON will explore opportunities on pilot activities and commercial offers related to vehicle-to-grid services, renewable energy generation and storage solutions, as well as grid integration for Nissan electric vehicle customers.
THE acceleration of electrification was the key theme at the Nissan stand during this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
Taking centre stage was the world premiere of the all-electric ABB FIA Formula E Championship race car, seen in its concept livery for the first time. The car will make its city circuit debut at the start of the 2018/19 season
later this year.
Sepsis. This conjures in most people’s mind the term blood poisoning. Like much of the English language, we can trace its roots back to Greek, where the term Sepsin means ‘poison in putrid blood.’ So, thinking of blood poisoning and sepsis is understandable, the only difference between the terms is that sepsis is the medical term and blood-poisoning is layman’s term for it.