Nissan's Electric LEAF Addresses Buyer Apprehensions

David Undercoffler reviews Nissan's all-electric car.

Published: 31-Jan-2011

No one loves lofty rhetoric and prosaic hyperbole more than car manufacturers.

With a dollar for every time a mundane car was described as "exciting," "revolutionary" or "race- inspired," you could buy everyone on your block a Lamborghini.

But after a week with a Leaf SL, it's clear this is what revolutionary looks like.


Nissan LEAF can be charged at 110, 220 and 380V.

Tennessee politicians reassure public that State will be ready for electric cars.

Nissan will build 50,000 LEAF electric cars the first full year of production.

USA Today columnist shares his impressions of electric car test drive.

Nissan LEAF goes on sale in five states starting in December 2010.

Benefits of early ownership include Tax credits, rebate checks, personalized home visits, and government giveaways.


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