• Nissan Screening Potential Leaf Buyers For Compatability

    Nissan’s new all-electric Leaf is all set for a February launch in Australia, but don’t think you can just wander up to the counter and drop $51,500 on the new EV. Instead, Nissan are going to screen all potential buyers to determine their compatibility, and may turn away buyers if they don’t qualify.

  • Nissan Electric Car Stranding Owners

    Now that electric-powered Nissan Leafs have been driven by the first owners for several weeks, Nissan’s claimed 160km range is being tested in reality. The result? Reports of Leafs running out of juice and stranding drivers with little warning. [Jalopnik]