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Nissan’s Leaf electric motor magnetic wire is now sourced in the U.S. Nissan is working on finding more and more ways to localize its Leaf production in the U.S. When the vehicle first became available in December 2010, the car was fully manufactured in Japan. In January 2013, Nissan ramped up production of the Leaf […]

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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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With its adjacent battery manufacturing and assembly plants now operational in Smyrna, Tenn., Nissan has established a state-of-the-art manufacturing process in the U.S. The electric car, launched in December 2010, had its best sales month in March this year with 2,236 units sold and Nissan is set up to produce as many as 150,000 per […]

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This December This December makes two full years of Leaf sales and Nissan will mark this with a new battery production site located in the U.S. With two years of Nissan Leaf sales just completed, the company announced the launch of the United States’ largest lithium-ion automotive battery plant in Smyrna, Tenn. The facility – […]

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