Nissan LEAF Sales Up 1,292% In Japan In September 2018


Nissan LEAF sales in Japan increased 1,292%!!!

It’s been around a year since the introduction of the second-generation Nissan LEAF in Japan in October 2017. Because the preceding month was at just 202, this year in September the LEAF can enjoy an increase of sales by almost 1,300% to one of its best results ever of 2,811 (#30 best-selling model in Japan in September).

During the first nine months of 2018, Nissan sold in Japan 21,502 LEAFs (up 137% year-over-year). Sales of the second-generation mode now stand above 29,000 in 12-months in Japan.

The total number of LEAFs sold in Japan since December 2010 now stands at almost 111,000.

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That’s excellent news. We need all the brands to sell as many EVs. The really great news is that with EVs if you keep the charge in the 20-80% charge range for most all your commuting they will last a lifetime. Just make sure the limited range suites your needs. Try to find a EV with about twice your daily commuting needs and you will be a happy camper. ENJOY!

Hopefully sometime next year Tesla can start in on their right hand drive cars. Those will be popular for the more performance and luxury market segment.

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