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Today Nissan announced the 99,999th global Leaf was purchased last week by Amy Eichenberger of Charlottesville, Va. This reconfirms the Leaf as the global best-selling EV, having been launched in the U.S. in December 2010. Last year it experienced marked growth over a relatively flat sales year in 2012 following a price cut in January […]

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Since its December 2010 launch, and just in time for “National Plug In Day” Sept. 28 and 29, the Nissan Leaf has now sold 35,000 units in the U.S. Nissan will celebrate the milestone in Nashville, Tenn. with well-wishers and drivers of the all-electric car, and notes it is the first automaker to serve as […]

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In February, Nissan announced it had delivered 50,000 Leafs globally, and just six months after, this had been increased to 75,000. According to Travis Parman, director, Corporate Communications for Nissan Americas, the company crossed the 75,000 unit threshold some time this month – and in advance of full reported sales stats – thus it does […]

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After a three-month streak of sales that saw each month from April through June a bit below an all-time best sales month in March this year, Nissan reported a decline in Leaf sales to 1,864 in July. Nissan sold 2,236 units sold in March followed by 1,937 in April, 2,138 in May, and 2,225 in […]

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Since its launch in December 2010, Nissan’s Leaf which is now assembled in Tennessee, has become the best-selling electric vehicle in the world, and has just crested past 25,000 units sold in he U.S. with 62,000 sold globally. In the process of getting there, Nissan has opened up a dialogue with its owners to help […]

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Plug-in electrified vehicles finished up in a nascent market, with the Chevrolet Volt leading a top three-list including also the Prius plug-in hybrid and all-electric Nissan Leaf. November’s Volt sales lull of 1,519 units was a cause of concern for Volt fans, but the car was back over 2,000 sales again for December with 2,633 […]

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