Prospective Buyers In Texas Get Chance to Try Out Nissan LEAF Electric Car

Nissan's 22-city tour stops in Texas, where the company has some 500-plus orders.

Published: 17-Jan-2011

Marcus Hay had been researching electric vehicles, including the Nissan Leaf, for months before he finally got to see and drive one Friday.

The Denton resident said he was impressed.

"It doesn't feel like an economy car. It's well-done," said Hay, who already paid $99 for a reservation allowing him to order a Leaf in February.

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