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MY12 Nissan LEAF® 5-Star NCAP Overall

Nissan LEAF® is the first electric vehicle to earn stars from the National Transportation Safety Administration.

The electric Nissan LEAF® has a 5-star overall vehicle for safety as part of the National Traffic Safety Administration’s New Car Program (NCAP). The Nissan is the first fully electric to earn this highest from the program. Starting 2011 models, NHTSA tougher tests and requirements in to earn 5-star ratings.

The LEAF® has also been a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance for Highway Safety.

The Nissan is the first all-electric vehicle to 5-star overall for safety, Brian Carolin, senior president, sales and marketing, North America, Inc. Not is the LEAF® the most innovative car on the it is also one of the safest.

Standard LEAF® safety systems Nissan Advanced Air Bag System with dual-stage supplemental air bags with seat and occupant classification sensors, seat-mounted side impact air bags, roof-mounted curtain impact supplemental air bags for and rear-seat outboard occupant protection, 3-point ALR/ELR belts (driver’s seat ELR with pretensioners and load child seat upper anchor, LATCH (Lower and Tethers for CHildren) system and safety rear door Vehicle Dynamic Control and Traction Control System are also standard on all LEAF®

MY12 Nissan LEAF® Top Safety Pick Rating IIHS

The Nissan LEAF® is the 100% electric vehicle to the Top Safety Pick from the Institute for Highway Safety

The Insurance Institute for Highway awarded the 2012 Nissan a Top Safety Pick rating. The is given to vehicles that the Institute’s highest rating of in front, rear and side protection as well as being with electronic stability and earn a good rating in strength.

Nissan has a long commitment to safety and innovation, Brian Carolin, senior president, sales and marketing, North America, Inc. The confirms that the commitment to safety continues with the electric Nissan LEAF®.

The LEAF® is the first 100% vehicle to be tested by the Institute. Nissan LEAF® safety include Nissan Advanced Air Bag (AABS) with dual-stage front air bags with belt and occupant classification front seat-mounted side supplemental air bags, roof-mounted side impact supplemental air for front and rear-seat outboard head protection, 3-point seat belts (driver’s ELR only) with pretensioners and limiters, child seat tether anchor, LATCH Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) and child safety rear locks. Vehicle Dynamic (VDC) and Traction Control (TCS) are also standard on all LEAF® models.

Nissan Wins 2011 World Car Of The

April 20, 2011

Latest for zero-emission vehicle comes at New International Auto Show.

At the New International Auto Show, the electric, zero-emission Nissan was named 2011 World Car of the edging out the BMW 5-Series and the Audi A8 for the top The award is the latest in a string of for the world’s first affordable all-electric vehicle for the global which was also named Car of the Year.

It is a great joy that the world’s mass-marketed electric vehicle, the LEAF®, has won the prestigious award of World Car of the Year, said Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. accolade recognizes Nissan a pioneer in zero-emission mobility, as in its driving performance, quietness and handling to gas-powered cars. And it Nissan’s clear vision and the of sustainable mobility that we to offer to customers around the

The World Car Awards jurors that, The Nissan LEAF® is the to a brave new electric world Nissan. This 5-seater, hatchback is the world’s first, mass-produced electric car. It has a of over 100 miles on a full claims Nissan, takes 8 hours to recharge using power supply and produces tailpipe emissions. Its low center of produced sharp turn-in almost no body roll and no The good news?

It feels like a normal car, quieter.

The World Car of the Year was launched in 2004, with chosen by a panel of automotive from Asia, Europe and America.

Nissan LEAF® is in Japan, the United States and European markets and will be in other global markets in The vehicle is currently built at Oppama, Japan plant. It will be manufactured at the company’s Tenn. plant in the United in late 2012 and at Nissan’s plant in the United Kingdom by 2013.

Aiming to be the world in zero-emission vehicles, Nissan, its Alliance partner, Renault, has partnerships with more 90 governments, cities and other around the world not only to and produce EV and lithium-ion batteries but to promote sustainable mobility. is also taking a comprehensive to encourage to the world to more mobility such as improvement of service, infrastructure deployment, the of the use of recycled materials and overall management system including use of lithium-ion batteries.

Kelley Blue Book’s named the Nissan LEAF® one of its Top 10 Green Cars

Kelley Book’s has named the electric Nissan LEAF® one of the 10 Green Cars of 2012. The admires Nissan LEAF® it turns on our inner tech while its starting price of $35,000 reaches out to our pragmatic And above all else, it’s from recycled materials old cars, home appliances and bottles, which quite awakens our inner tree

As the leading provider of new and used car Kelley Blue Book’s nod is a real feather in the cap of Nissan With rising gas prices, consumer awareness, and mounting pressure, the green car segment is in importance and profile. Since good mileage isn’t anymore, the cars were on the criteria of Earth-friendliness, fuel extra features, value and

The no gas, no-emissions, 100% Nissan LEAF® impressed in category, further proof Nissan LEAF® is a leader in its

The editors of Kelley Blue drove nearly new car on the market, so the Nissan LEAF® was up stiff competition. But, the electric, no-gas, no-emissions proved too impressive to overlook. The of eco-friendly and stylish practicality positioned Nissan LEAF® on Blue Book’s’s of the 10 Best Green Cars of

For more information about the 10 Green Cars of 2012, Kelley Blue is a registered trademark of Kelley Book Co. Inc.

Nissan Power System Named To ’10 Best Engines’

7, 2010

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100% electric system is first zero-emission in award’s history

Ward’s announced that Nissan 100-percent electric, zero-emission system is included on its prestigious Best Engines’ list for It is the first time in the 17-year of the magazine’s ’10 Best that the selection committee has a power system which have an engine and will burn a drop of gasoline.

We Nissan LEAF® to have characteristics that would drivers, whether you’re it with other electric or those powered by internal engines, said Carlos Chairman, Nissan Americas. The of Nissan LEAF® in Ward’s Best Engines’ demonstrates the Nissan LEAF® can compete all top vehicles, no matter the propulsion

For 2011, 38 competitors were marking the largest group in the of the award. The competition included naturally aspirated and forced internal combustion engines, hybrid electrics and the all-electric LEAF®. The editors evaluated the based on horsepower and torque; vibration and harshness; the engine’s attributes; and their relevance direct rivals.

The all-new LEAF® features a high-response AC synchronous motor powered by a 24 kWh battery manufactured at the Automotive Supply Corporation (AESC) in Zama, Japan, which is a of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and NEC Both motor and inverter been developed by Nissan, and the system generates 107 horsepower and 207 of torque.

The power is transferred to the wheels a single-speed reduction gear.

a conventional internal combustion Nissan LEAF® delivers torque from start, smooth, consistent acceleration. in the low-to-medium speed range is to that of a vehicle powered by a V6 engine. This power provides a highly responsive, experience consistent with expectations for traditional, gasoline-powered

The 2011 Nissan LEAF® on sale this month in markets in the United States and be available nationwide in 2012.

The will be presented at a Jan. 12, ceremony in Detroit during the American International Auto A full story on the ‘Ward’s 10 Engines’ is now available on

LEAF® Receives Popular Breakthrough Award

Oct 5, 2010

Tenn. (Oct 5, 2010) Nissan North America, (NNA) announced that the LEAF® will receive a Mechanics Breakthrough Award at an 5 ceremony at the Hearst Tower in New City.

The Nissan LEAF® was as one of the year’s 10 most transformative by a panel of experts in addition to of the Popular Mechanics’ editorial of advisers. Popular Mechanics of the Nissan LEAF®: It’s not the pure EV, but the Nissan LEAF® the mainstream like none of its Powered by a 24-kilowatt-hour battery the Nissan LEAF® provides a range, enough for most for the price of an average vehicle and with a much lower cost than gasoline-powered

Nissan is honored to receive highly prestigious award for the Nissan LEAF®, said Dominique, vice president, Planning, NNA. Popular recognizes the transformative powers of technology, and Nissan is proud to the way in bringing the Nissan LEAF®, the first affordable, all-electric to the mass market.

The awards, in sixth year, are designed to awareness of the advancements and innovations are transforming, enhancing and improving Winners are chosen with the of an expert advisory panel of thought leaders. Twenty are given out each year 10 products available to consumers, and 10 that have potential to lives. The Nissan LEAF® in the November issue of Popular on newsstands Oct.

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