Nissan Delivers 300,000th LEAF!

By Emily Eppley | January 9th, 2018

Since the all-electric Nissan LEAF went on sale in 2010, the company has sold 300,000 models globally making it the best-selling electric vehicle in the world. Nissan is proud to push the boundaries not only for sales worldwide but also for what it means to be green in the auto industry. Check out what sets the Nissan LEAF apart from other electric vehicles below and then start shopping with us to get a great deal on your eco-car today!

The entirely-electric Nissan LEAF was the world’s first mass-produced electric car in 2010 and for the 2017 model, it got a significant redesign that’s made your driving experience more comfortable and convenient. Thanks to the ProPILOT Assist technology, you’ll feel more connected to your car, and you can park with greater ease thanks to the ProPILOT Park technology. This refresh to the model was all about increased power and range, as well as improved refinement.

“These numbers prove that the Nissan LEAF remains the most advanced car in the world, with the widest reach and the greatest availability,” said Nissan Executive Vice President Daniele Schillaci. “The new Nissan LEAF is the icon of Nissan Intelligent Mobility because it delivers an even more exciting drive and enhanced ownership experience and contributes to a better world. It will take Nissan’s EV leadership even further.” 

The Nissan LEAF’s impressive driving range makes it an affordable electric vehicle with everyday usability. The 40-kWh battery is estimated to offer a 150-mile range and thanks to the DC quick charging, it can replenish an estimated 88 miles of range in 30 minutes. That makes it easy to take the long way home with this car or even run those unexpected errands with ease.

Stop by today to take a test drive of any of our amazing Nissan cars, trucks, and SUVs. Talk to a team member about driving and securing your new Nissan LEAF with us today and learn what 300,000 other drivers have already discovered about this outstanding vehicle!

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