Nissan unveiled the new Nissan LEAF 2018 in Europe, the next generation of the world’s best-selling zero-emissions electric vehicle. Embodying the company’s Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision, this new model has been reinvented to offer greater range, dynamic design, advanced driver assistance technologies and enhanced connectivity.
Speaking at the LEAF’s official European launch at Nissan Futures 3.0 in Oslo, Norway, Philippe Saillard, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Nissan Europe said: ‘The new Nissan LEAF is the most advanced and accessible 100% electric vehicle on the planet. It is the icon of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, our vision for the future. This is a car that will make you feel more confident, more excited and more connected than any other mainstream electric vehicle in history. It is simply amazing.’
The Cared4 Used Car Event is under way and big discounts are available on a quality approved used Nissan at West Way Nissan – but motorists will have to be quick to take advantage.
There are various additional deposit contributions on CARED4 vehicles — quality used Nissans which have passed a series of stringent tests and come with a range of guarantees — available at all participating West Way dealerships from October 6th until October 23rd. Continue Reading
STRENGTHENING its global leadership in zero-emission electric vehicles, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. plans to start full production of the new Nissan LEAF at Nissan’s Vehicle Assembly Plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, and at Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd. in Sunderland by the end of 2017.
The two production sites join Nissan’s Oppama Plant in Japan, which is producing the new generation of the world’s best-selling electric vehicle.
“We’re proud to continue manufacturing the Nissan LEAF at three plants globally,” said Fumiaki Matsumoto, executive vice president of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management. “The Nissan LEAF is the icon of Nissan Intelligent Mobility with its many advanced technologies. Nissan employees in Oppama, Smyrna and Sunderland are excited to continue producing the most popular electric vehicle in the world.”
Nissan yesterday unveiled the new Nissan LEAF, featuring greater range, advanced technologies and a dynamic new design. The new Nissan LEAF will go on sale on October 2nd in Japan and in the coming months in the USA, Canada and Europe.
Production of the previous generation of the Nissan LEAF began at Oppama in 2010, and at Smyrna and Sunderland in 2013. Nissan LEAF batteries will continue to be produced in Smyrna, Sunderland and Zama, Japan.
SCOTTISH husband and wife team Chris and Julie Ramsey, aka Plug In Adventures, have become the first entrants to complete the Mongol Rally in an all-electric vehicle – a modified 2016 Nissan LEAF dubbed the AT-EV (All-Terrain Electric Vehicle).
The history makers crossed the epic cross-Continental rally finish line in Ulan-Ude on Saturday (9 September).
Chris and Julie left the rally start line at Goodwood Motor Circuit in the UK on Sunday 16 July and travelled 8,000 miles through 13 countries, charging their car 111 times for less than £100 in electricity costs to reach the Siberian finish line, just north of the border with Mongolia. Continue Reading
West Way Nissan, with its 6 dedicated Business centre sites, will be exhibiting at the Drive Vans A2Z event at Silverstone on the 13th September, showcasing a plethora of commercial vehicles including the Navara, Cabstar and e-NV200 which will all be available to test drive for attendees visiting the event.
West Way understand how crucial your commercial vehicle is when running your business operations. Visitors will be greeted by our dedicated Regional Business Centre managers who will offer expertise and knowledge, as well as the keys to the latest models for them to be able to test drive around the famous Silverstone circuit. Visitors can look forward to putting the vehicles through their paces with road and circuit routes, track demonstrations and rough terrain, ensuring a maximum use of the facilities. Continue Reading