2016 Nissan LEAF Electric Journey – Video
Nissan released a new ad of the 2016 LEAF with class-leading 107 miles of EPA range, as U.S. sales begins.
“Three friends take their Nissan LEAF on an epic nighttime journey out of the city, through a forest and into the mountains, where they find the most awe-inspiring electric spectacle.”
There’s reference to sales of the previous 2011-2015 versions, which in the U.S. were the highest among all other plug-ins (all-electric or plug-in hybrid).
Through the end of September, Nissan sold 85,952 LEAF in the U.S. and, hopefully after a weaker 2015, sales will rebound to new highs, thanks to the longer-range 30-kWh version.
For us, it’s an honor to be mentioned as the source of sales data in the LEAF ad spot.
“Source of data: InsideEVs.com. Cumulative Sales Data (Dec. 2010 – Sept. 2015)”
Full/all-time sales data for the LEAF (and all other major EVs) can be found on our monthly plug-in sales scorecard. Of note: 87,190 LEAFs have been sold through October – which is 2,534 units ahead of Chevrolet Volt with 84,656 sales for the overall “plug-in” sales lead in America.
Disclaimer: InsideEVs was not paid any consultation fee surrounding this spot or others using our data, and InsideEVs has no direct advertising relationship with Nissan (or other EV manufacturer)
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