A 120kWh energy storage system made up of nine used Nissan Leaf electric vehicle batteries is set to be trialed on a remote regional grid in New Zealand.
Victoria’s new electric vehicle tax means the cost of running a second-hand Nissan Leaf is less than a luxury hybrid. This is not a tax on millionaires, it’s an assault on good sense.
“It doesn’t matter if you have a Leaf or a Tesla, you can still have a weekend getaway in an EV.”
First two weeks of ownership of a Nissan Leaf e+ imported from Japan has been a dream, say Canberra couple Karen and Shane Maher.
Four more electric vehicles are now available to Australian drivers, including the longer range Nissan Leaf, the Kia e-Soul, the Fiat 500e and Peugeot E208.
While many electric car owners couple their EV with a solar system, it’s important to know which is the cheapest to run on grid power.
Canberra couple documents the journey in buying long range Nissan Leaf – a variant of popular electric car not offered in Australia by the car manufacturer.
With the fading of the CHAdeMO standard for DC charging now that the Nissan Ariya is moving to CCS, what happens to bidirectional charging?
“Resilient, inclusive and seamless”: the new Nissan Ariya promises a lot, most notably an impressive 610 km range that beats the Tesla Model X.
Nissan Leaf owners will finally get access to bi-directironal chargers, and the ability to power their home from their battery on wheels, by the end of the year.