Nissan’s Leaf hit a good stride again last month with 2,507 units sold, its second-best month since the EV was launched December 2010.
This is up 12.1 percent over a respectable increase experienced a year prior in March 2013.
“Leaf is continuing to see strong performance as our buyers become evangelists for the vehicle,” said Toby Perry, Nissan’s director of EV Sales and Marketing. “We’ve also seen an increase in showroom traffic as we enhanced our marketing presence in March.”
The company continues to report the best markets west coast and Atlanta, with sales performance also “coming on strong” in Washington D.C., Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City, and Boston coming on strong.
Nissan said Texas sales are also growing especially in Austin, Houston and Dallas-Ft. Worth.
GM reports system issues have delayed sales reports for the Chevy Volt, Spark EV and other alt-e cars.