There will be more public locations to charge electric cars in the UK than there are petrol stations by the summer of 2020, according to new analysis by Nissan.
Nissan Motor (GB) has made a series of key appointments and structural changes within its corporate sales team.
SteelCell fuel stacks promise 370-mile range and carbon-neutral emissions
The fleet that will be used during the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games has been delivered by automotive partner Nissan to the Local Organising Committee.
Chargemaster and Pod Point are to offer free home charge units for Nissan Leaf customers in a new nationwide campaign.
Infiniti has ambitious plans to double its sales volume this year, and new country director, Barry Beeston, believes fleet sales will be key to that growth.
Better processes and systems are part of new sales director Darren Payne's plans for Nissan in fleet.
Nissan scheme trials start in September, with electric storage plan also revealed
Chargemaster and POD Point have both been announced as official charging partners to Nissan GB.
After nearly a year on our test fleet, it’s time to say goodbye to the Pulsar N-Tec.
Nissan has denied cheating in emissions tests, following examinations by the South Korean Government.
Nissan will take a 34% stake in Mitsubishi (MMC), providing a much needed lifeline for the ailing manufacturer following its fuel efficiency scandal.
Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover are taking advantage of a £38.2m Government fund to reduce the structural weight of their vehicles by up to 60%.
Infiniti has announced that Barry Beeston will take up his position as country director for the UK with the company from May 1.
Indian restaurant owner Minesh Agnihotri expects to save £8,000 a year by making deliveries in a 100% electric Nissan Leaf.
Sales of the Nissan LEAF and e-NV200 in the European fleet market have rapidly increased for a fourth consecutive financial year.
Nissan Motor (GB) has appointed Darren Payne into a newly formed position of UK sales director, responsible for network and corporate sales.
Autonomous braking makes an appearance
Gloucestershire Constabulary has added seven Nissan Leafs to its fleet, with three marked cars for use in urban areas and four unmarked cars for use in other operations.
The Leaf is gaining “traction” with fleets following the introduction of a range-extending larger battery, according to Nissan managing director Jim Wright.
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