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Nissan LEAF passes 50,000 units in global cumulative sales
14 February 2013
Global sales of the Nissan LEAF EV since its introduction in December 2010 have passed the 50,000 mark. The owners of Nissan LEAF around the world have now covered a total distance of more than 260 million km (162 million miles).
The highest mileage LEAF globally has been a Japanese customer who has covered more than 175,000 km (109,000 miles) in a car that has only been on sale for two years.
(Figures are based on all LEAFs registered with the Carwings telemetry system, which is not mandatory and not all vehicles are registered.)
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