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Nissan Leaf electric car- Which? first drive

http://www.which.co.uk/cars According to Nissan, the Leaf is the world's first mass-market electric vehicle (EV). It's part of the Japanese firm's effort to reduce CO2 emissions from its vehicles by 90% by 2050.


 


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Nissan Leaf reviewed - What Car?
Read the What Car? Leaf review http://www.whatcar.com/car-reviews/nissan/leaf-hatchback/summary/25960-5 The Nissan Leaf is easy, fun and comfortable to drive. It's roomy enough for a family, and it costs peanuts to run. The very nature of electric motoring (range limited to a maximum of about 100 miles, eight-hour charging time) means that the Leaf won't suit many people's lives. Become our friend on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/dKOpu8 Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/x3WZtV What Car? is the UK's biggest car-buying brand and has been helping Britain's car buyers make purchasing decisions for over 40 years. Our tests are widely regarded as the most trusted source of new car advice. This channel brings you trusted reviews on all the new models on the market , all the latest first drives, reader reviews, and great car-buying advice. All reviews are available in full online at Whatcar.com - the UK's leading car-buying website, offering trusted reviews and data on every new car. The website also offers advice on car leasing, new car deals and used cars for sale. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/whatcar Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/whatcar Visit us online: http://www.whatcar.com Magazine subscriptions: http://www.themagazineshop.com/subscriptions/what-car





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Nissan Leaf UK tour - Newcastle. First 'under the bonnet' view.
Nissan brought their new Leaf EV to the Newcastle Centre for Life on the 29th April 2010. This video shows the Leaf in detail, including a rare view under the bonnet (showing that there isn't much to see!). Also shown is a brief test drive of the EV-12 test mule - a Nissan Tiida with a Leaf drivetrain.





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Nissan Leaf HD walkaround, start, & drive-away
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Nissan Leaf review - Auto Express
Full review: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/carreviews/firstdrives/253327/nissan_leaf.html THE electric revolution is charging ahead! Following on from our drive of a prototype Auto Express has finally taken the wheel of the showroom-ready Nissan Leaf in Japan. Going on sale in the UK early next year, the Sunderland-built hatchback aims to bring all-electric vehicles into the mainstream.





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Nissan LEAF Zero-Emission Car
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My Nissan Leaf Test Drive
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Electric Mini Tricar
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