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Nissan’s EV Shows New Promise With New Improvements for Going Green

The Nissan Leaf EVAs green drivers, electric-vehicle owners shouldn’t have to compromise certain driving capacities for taking an electric vehicle to the road. The Nissan LEAF is among the top-rated electric car models that help consumers save money, improve comfort and reduce their carbon footprint. Cutting costs? More space? Going green? These pros, plus added features such as a first-rate lithium-ion battery, excellent overall protection, instant 100% torque, and more, enhance EV drivers’ experiences on the road. Nissan’s LEAF sounds too good to be true; however, improvements can always be made for unparalleled driving experiences. Nissan dealerships everywhere are stocking up on this one-of-a-kind green car, and a lot of promise in it is on the rise.
Boosting Mile Range

One of Nissan’s top priorities for the 2013 LEAF is to increase its mile range. Not making it to your destination because you ran out of miles shouldn’t have to be an ongoing fear whenever you’re on the road. According to Digital Trends, Japanese website SankeiBiz released a report that stated to eliminate drivers’ mileage concerns, the 2013 LEAF’s mile range will be increased to better meet the needs and improve the lifestyle of the average driver. The current LEAF has a range of 73 miles and according to Digital Trends, consumers can expect that next year’s model will boast a 30-mile increase and 25% boost. Drivers will benefit from a range of about 103 miles before recharging.

Automotive leading manufacturer Nissan is expected to offer additional upgrades for its 2013 base model, including:

A lower price averaging $31,000
Smaller and new battery packs
Performance-improved lithium-ion batteries
Motors with better efficiency

Nissan’s goal with these advancements is to continue leading the way in the all-electric vehicle markets. The rumored upgrades such as a lower price point, increased mile range and overall better efficiency give EV consumers something to look forward to as production begins this December.


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