Articles about Nissan Leaf

The EV powered four TVs, several speakers, and a coffee maker at a recent event
The brand is in it for the long haul
In May this year, Nissan introduced the Leaf electric hatchback to the Philippine market. The debut was a long time coming, as it was one held off for quite a while because of the COVID-19 pandemic.When it finally arrived, the
Future Nissan EVs will also have this new signature ‘Canto’ sound
Nissan has announced some new updates for the Leaf. Again. But out of all the subtle tweaks and hefty upgrades Nissan has given the Leaf throughout the EV's decade of existence, this is arguably one of the most important one yet.
Anyone here planning to shift to EVs?
Motorists looking to make the leap into electric-vehicle ownership down in Davao will be happy to know that the Nissan Leaf is now available on local shores.According to Nissan Philippines (NPI), the electric hatchback has arrived at its Tagum and
Timely stuff
The Ford F-150 Lightning might just be the breakthrough electric vehicles need in the US market. Us, though? We just want one so we're prepared in case of a blackout. Ford says the vehicle's extended-range battery can power
The ones that planted the flag
It looked like a Martian amphibian, but really, the Leaf was always just an ordinary Japanese hatch. Easy to drive and easy to own. And of course, despite the complex, pioneering drive system, utterly reliable. Sold around the world-and built in
It’s just two Starbucks Frappuccinos
The Nissan Leaf is finally here and, like you, we have questions. And those questions usually revolve around cost. Now that the sticker shock has abated, we now turn to other financial aspects of ownership. To enlighten the media, and the public
The Japanese EV has just been launched locally
It may have taken a while, but the Nissan Leaf is finally here in the Philippines. You can buy the Japanese-made mass-market electric hatchback for P2.798 million, and for that amount, you're getting 311km of range, a zero-
This is the first mass market EV officially sold in the country
In 2019 Nissan Philippines boldly claimed that it would herald the start of the Philippine EV age by officially announcing that its Leaf will be launched here. A global pandemic delayed that plan a bit, but here we are finally.Like in
Mark your calendars
Finally, the Leaf has a launch date. Mark your calendars, people, because Nissan Philippines (NPI) has sent an official invitation for a local introduction for the electric vehicle set for May 9.Frankly, this has been a long time coming. The Japanese
Think these will finally launch this year?
The Nissan Leaf is a vehicle we've been eagerly awaiting for quite a while now here at Top Gear Philippines. It's been pegged for a release here for over two years now, and, well, we're still here waiting.Thankfully,
Baby steps
Never mind the quietness or environmentally sound underpinnings. About 15 minutes ago, I was in the middle of a busy Shaw Boulevard suddenly slowing down to a lurch every time I lifted off the accelerator-the intended effect of the E-Pedal,
This is definitely good news
It turns out that Filipinos are more interested in electric vehicles (EV) than we might think.A new Nissan-commissioned study published by Frost & Sullivan shows that a majority of Southeast Asians (64%) are now more willing to consider buying an electric
Nissan has released this special edition model to celebrate the EV’s anniversary
The Nissan Leaf is already a decade old. And to celebrate, Nissan has introduced the new Leaf10, a special edition version of the world's best-selling EV."Since Leaf launched in 2010, Nissan has continued to evolve its EV technology, connected
Cross your fingers
The local auto industry sputtered to a halt in the first half of 2020-there's simply no other way to put it. It kind of tends to happen when deadly airborne viruses start going around and countries the world over start
The power of EVs
There's nothing like the sight of a gigantic Christmas tree to ring in the holiday season. This year, the Ortigas Center is lighting its tree up with a little help from an unusual power source: The Nissan Leaf.For those of
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