More than half of Nissan Leaf electric car owners say they would never buy a petrol or diesel car again it’s claimed

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One owner#ElectricCar buyers are younger and more Affluent than hybrid owners. Read more ... » reportedly even sold his Aston MartinYey: Ex-Top Gear presenter brings dream car to East Grinstead. Read more ... » to buy a second Leaf so that both he and his wife could useFree? Why Electric Cars may soon be even more Cost Effective. Read more ... » one every day.

These are just two of the amazing claims made by Nissan GB following the company2017: Next Nissan LEAF (mk3) to get a more 'mainstream' look & bigger capacity battery 300km/180miles?. Read more ... »’s first in-depth survey of its electric carFree? Why Electric Cars may soon be even more Cost Effective. Read more ... » customers in the UKElectric cars are greener and could help us cut not only carbon emissions but levels of nitrogen dioxide emissions which are contributing to reduced life expectancy in our towns and cities.. Read more ... ».

An impressive 93% of the 6Nissan claims the world’s largest electric taxi fleet deal with 110 new LEAF 30 kWh in Madrid. Read more ... »,500 British owners say that they use their Leaf as their main familyBMW i3, Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model S, win in Next Green Car awards. Read more ... » car, and 89% report “significant savings” versus internal combustion-engined carsUSA: GM's Mark Reuss: Next-gen Chevy Volt will be "thousands of dollars" cheaper (2013). Read more ... ».

Nissan Motor GB limited managing director, James Wright, said: “We were the first to bring a mass-produced electric car to marketits Here! Electric vehicles now able to roam between London and Eastern England. Read more ... », so it2015 Nissan Leaf aims to be more self aware. Read more ... » stands to reason that we are also the first to prove the genuine viabilityGovernment subsidies ‘threaten’ electric car future market. Read more ... » of electric motoring.

“Electric car ownershipFinally : A Tesla Model S Test Drive by evmeerkat #electricCar London Ride. Read more ... » was a big step for motorists to take when we launched the Leaf in 2011 but we are now seeing that owners who were bold enough to take that step are reaping the benefits.

“The issues that the naysayers said would hinder ownership have not materialised and, in fact, the feeling from Leaf owners is that they would never go back to a traditional combustion engineFree? Why Electric Cars may soon be even more Cost Effective. Read more ... ».”

Furthermore, 95% of owners said they would recommend one to a friend, while 64Finally. "New battery to boost BMW i3 range" ...where do i sign. Read more ... »% say they find it better to driveUnsure if Electric Car "fits" your lifestyle? Get a 7 day Test Drive of Nissan Leaf. Read more ... » than a petrol or diesel car.

Among its case studies, Nissan tells of a man whose domestic disputes with his wife over accessNext wave of EV adopters want more from their car. Read more ... » to their Leaf ledNissan turns over a new LEAF: Japanese manufacturer unveils its redesigned electric car which promises to end 'range anxiety'. Read more ... » him to sell his Aston Martin in order to buy a second Leaf.

Another driver claims to have spent just £400 in travelling 22More Scots are plugging in electric cars. Read more ... »,000 milesIs it me or Electric Car Lease prices gone up? Cheapest find - 3+35 10k Miles p/a Nissan Leaf Visia £260/month. Read more ... » in his Leaf, making use of freeFree? Why Electric Cars may soon be even more Cost Effective. Read more ... » public chargingFinally: Mercedes’ first electric car goes on sale. Read more ... » pointsFree? Why Electric Cars may soon be even more Cost Effective. Read more ... » wherever possible.

Recent salesTotal Count : UK electric car sales surge in 2014. Read more ... » of electric cars have seen huge upturns. In September 2014 Nissan sold 851 Leafs25 new EV Drivers on the road: Leaf lines up for Low Carbon London. Read more ... »; the most ever sold in one month in a European market. More than 3Total Count : UK electric car sales surge in 2014. Read more ... »,600 units have been sold in Britain this year.

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