NISSAN, do the honors to announces the record breaking performance for selling more than 7500 Nissan LEAFs and e-NV200s models in Europe. During the last twelve month, Nissan has made some high profile fleet sales of its LEAF model.
The Nissan Leaf is an all-electric, five-seat compact hatchback. It remarked the future of transportation, or maybe its merely an Electric vehicle that is fine around the town but dies after about 84 miles on a charge. SV and SL models have the greater battery capacity, giving them 107 miles of range, which is tops among compact electric vehicle but drivers are might still be haunted by anxiety over that limited range. After all, it can take 8 hours to fully recharge its lithium-ion batteries.
It is powered by an 80 kw electric motor that is fed by a 24 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The Leaf has an effective max range of about 80 miles, when it is fully charged and its wheelbase is 73.5 inch.
Now come to the e-NV200s , that is the largest electric van available. It is a cargo van, a windowed five-seat that is packed with innovative technology. It come with a 131-horsepower 4-cylinder engine and a continuously variable automatic transmission. It also boasts about the same 70- to 80-mile range as Nissan’s popular hatchback and uses the same 6.6 wt quick charger which upscale LEAF models are equipped with, which means that recharging takes place in 4-5 hours. Businesses would no doubt appreciate saving some money on fuel.