The fleet of 40kWh pure electric 2,000 Nissan Leafs will be offered to drivers as part of Uber’s Clean Air Plan.
Nissan has launched a new N-Tec trim level for its Micra, Qashqai and X-Trail models, adding technology and design improvements.
Andrew Humberstone promoted to NMGB managing director.
It's been a year of change at the top, with new appointments to fleet director roles at several of the UK's leading manufacturers.
Incentives, low emission zones and greater uptake of electric vehicles on public sector fleets are among eight policy recommendations by Nissan/European Innovation Partnership paper.
Peter McDonald has been appointed as the new fleet director of Nissan, replacing Iker Lazzari who left earlier in the year.
Manufacturers are struggling to match the supply of BEVs with demand often citing battery shortages as the reason.
Electric Vehicles (EVs) and its charging accessibility remain the biggest factor for those who have not made the permanent switch, says a new survey by Venson Automotive Solutions
Nissan’s Sunderland car manufacturing plant appears to have avoided a new round of job cuts as the Japanese car brand announced that it plans to shed 12,500 employees worldwide.
Iker Lazzari has been appointed as the new sales director for Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS), having left his post as fleet director for Nissan UK.
Nissan has decided to ignore the government’s suggestion for emissions modifications to thousands of its polluting Qashqai models.
Nissan’s new Leaf e+ Tekna electric vehicle, which offers a range of up to 239 miles, has gone on sale priced from £35,985 (including £3,500 Government grant).
We’re testing the second generation pure electric Nissan Leaf for three months, which picked up highly commended in the 2019 Fleet News Awards.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has withdrawn its proposal to merge with Renault after the French carmaker’s board failed to reach a decision.
Nissan has revised the powertrains in the X-Trail and now offers the SUV with a 1.3-litre petrol and 1.7-litre diesel.
Nissan’s luxury arm Infiniti has confirmed it will stop producing cars in the UK in July, as part of its plan to withdraw from the European car market by 2020.
Two evolutions in technology will change the relationship between customers, whether retail or fleet, and their cars, according to Nissan.
Two years on from its launch the Nissan Micra still drives well
Nissan has abandoned its plans to build the new X-Trail SUV in the UK, blaming falling sales of diesel models as the cause.
Carmakers jostle with start-ups for control of next-generation mobility
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