We compare The All New Nissan Electric Hot Hatch – vs the Tesla Saloon 3
‘With the new LEAF, Nissan’s done something even more exciting than create a good electric car. They’ve made a car that will give people who might normally buy a hatchback with a petrol engine a completely different option, almost without compromise. Doesn’t it say something that our only complaint about a fully electric vehicle is the adjustability of the steering wheel?’ GQ magazine Jan’ 2018
Nissan are proud to launch the new Nissan LEAF and Tesla are quaking at the impressive stats the new car on the block boasts. It’s quite easy to do a comparison of performance figures, but would that really be a fair comparison? Continue Reading
There are a number of articles out there about the Nissan LEAF which focus on showing you how it is the best in its class. But, as an everyday combustion engine driver you don’t want to know if Nissan have produced the best electric car in the EV class, you want to know how the LEAF stacks up against the class equivalent of petrol and diesel cars.
So, that’s what we’ve done. Below you’ll find that we’ve compare Nissan’s 100% electric car to a Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra and VW Golf, all of which are family hatchbacks. This will give you a real life look at how the LEAF stacks up against your everyday cars.
NISSAN employees have travelled the length and breadth of the country to learn about the all-new Nissan LEAF and eNV200 at the Millbrook Proving Ground.
New Year, New You? So, you’ve got your usual list of New Year’s resolutions; be healthier, save money and do more for the environment. All three of which are worth pursuing – whilst we may not be able to help with the first; we might just be able to help with the next two.
Perhaps this is the year you decide to jump into the future and make that switch, that people often think about, but aren’t quite sure about committing to. No, we’re not talking about trading the cakes for shakes (who doesn’t love cake?). We’re talking about making the change to the electric side of driving.
Customers looking to make the switch to all-electric, and be one of the first owners of the all-new Nissan LEAF, can benefit from a competitive contract purchase on the LEAF 2.Zero special version. With a £5,138 customer deposit, combined with £1,000 dealer deposit contribution, monthly payments are just £339 on a 3 year/10,000 annual mileage PCP with 4.49% APR. Continue Reading