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Nissan can claim to be one of the leaders in electric cars due to its introduction of the all-electric LEAF back in 2010 – yes, 2010. The LEAF has had various updates over the years, including batteries with increasingly longer ranges. The latest Nissan LEAF has a 239 mile driving range. Nissan also sells the e-NV200 electric van.

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The new all-electric Nissan Ariya range has now been joined by the e-4ORCE all-wheel drive model; is this a better option than front-wheel drive for…

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Nissan was a leader with the electric LEAF which first went on sale in 2011; now, 11 years later, we finally have Nissan’s second all-electric…

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The Nissan Juke has the crossover styling and the SUV driving feel that people want, but underneath there’s an engine that should deliver efficiency.

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The key benefit of the new Nissan LEAF e+ compared to previous versions of the LEAF is the increased electric driving range, which is now 239 miles…

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The new Nissan LEAF has more mainstream styling and a longer driving range compared to the previous model, together with all of the usual benefits…

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The Nissan Micra is a big improvement on the old model in areas including styling, interior quality and the driving experience, but how does it…

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By Paul Clarke ECO FACTS Model/Engine size: Nissan LEAF 30kWh Tekna Fuel: Electric Fuel economy combined: N/A Green-Car-Guide rating: 8/10 INTRODUCTION The Nissan LEAF was one of the original…

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By Paul Clarke ECO FACTS Model/Engine size: Nissan e-NV200 Tekna Rapid Plus 7 seats Fuel: Electric Fuel economy combined: N/A mpg Green-Car-Guide rating: 8/10 INTRODUCTION The Nissan e-NV200 is…

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By Paul Clarke ECO FACTS Model/Engine size: X-Trail Acenta dCi 130 2WD Manual, 7 Seats Fuel: Diesel Fuel economy combined: 57.6mpg Green-Car-Guide rating: 7/10 INTRODUCTION The Nissan X-Trail offers…

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