jueves, 12 de abril de 2012

Clean Energies: Nissan Leaf

The application of technology to maintain a clean world with no car emissions.

Nissan is calling its new electric car—the Nissan LEAF —the "world's first affordable, zero-emission car." And with a post-federal incentive price of about $25,000—plus local and state incentives that could reduce it even further—the company has set an aggressive price for all the electric competition to meet.

Unveiled on August 2, 2009, the LEAF is a well-equipped, all-electric hatchback that seats five adults and can travel about 100 miles on a single charge.

If you're new to electric cars, gone are the days of driving to the gas station or navigating the fill-up rush after work. The Nissan LEAF has a 24 kWh battery pack that can be charged daily from the convenience of your own home. Since most people drive less than 40 miles a day and their vehicles spend a whopping 80% of the time parked in their garages, the vast majority of charging will be done at home during the evening.

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