Nissan, E.ON Drive and Imperial College London have published a whitepaper exploring the benefits of bi-directional charging electric vehicles (EVs).
Scottish Power has taken delivery of 10 Nissan e-NV200 vans, with further orders of the electric light commercial vehicle (LCV) set to follow.
JLR and Isuzu make first forays into rankings but, those apart, top 10s see limited shuffling of positions, reports Tom Sharpe
Sprinter tops the van reliability table and the Vito also sits in the top 10 to cement Mercedes’ position, reports Matt de Prez
Nissan has released pictures of a disguised new Qashqai compact SUV ahead of its launch in 2021.
Nissan is working as part of a new consortium to help develop a blueprint that will help cities across the UK introduce autonomous vehicle.
Fleets are adopting electric vehicles (EVs) in record numbers as greater choice and zero benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax boost their appeal to company car drivers.
Nissan has agreed two new supply partnerships to support and expand its services to fleet customers.
Uber has announced plans for half its rides in Europe to be done in electric vehicles by 2025 after signing a memorandum of understanding with Renault and Nissan.
Energy company EON and Nissan have installed 20 vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers as part of a trial to establish the benefits for fleet operators and is looking for more participants.
Nissan’s Ariya electric C-SUV range could open the door to a new type of fleet customer for the brand when it goes on sale in the UK next year.
Nissan has revealed the Ariya, its new electric SUV that will launch next year.
Nissan Motor GB (NMGB) has announced changes to its senior management team, including the appointment of Nicolas Verneuil, as its new sales director, following three years as NMGB marketing director.
Renault and Nissan have been accused of emissions cheating by law firm Harcus Parker, which claims that up to 1.3 million cars could be fitted with a ‘defeat’ device.
Fleet News surveyed major manufacturers to find out how they were responding to the coronavirus pandemic. This is Nissan's response.
Vehicle production at Nissan’s Sunderland Plant will continue to be suspended until early June.
Nissan will loan more than 100 cars to NHS workers in need of mobility during the Coronavirus pandemic free-of-charge.
Nissan dealer, Chorley Group, ‘wants to thank NHS staff and care workers’ by halving the cost of car repairs and servicing.
Carmakers insist that lead times and the availability of parts for the aftermarket are not being impacted by the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19).
Gloucestershire Constabulary is adopting 75 new electric vehicles (EVs) meaning 21% of the fleet will have zero tailpipe emissions.
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