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Nissan delivers 300,000th Nissan LEAF

Nissan has sold its 300,000th Nissan LEAF globally since the model first went on sale in 2010. The battery-electric LEAF is the world’s first mass-produced—and best-selling—electric car.

Nissan launched a fully redesigned version of the LEAF in September 2017. The new Nissan LEAF is slated for deliveries in January in the US, Canada and Europe and will be sold in more than 60 markets worldwide.

These numbers prove that the Nissan LEAF remains the most advanced car in the world, with the widest reach and the greatest availability. The new Nissan LEAF is the icon of Nissan Intelligent Mobility because it delivers an even more exciting drive and enhanced ownership experience and contributes to a better world. It will take Nissan's EV leadership even further.

—Nissan Executive Vice President Daniele Schillaci

Comments

HarveyD

How does this compare with TESLA during the same period?

Lad

I think I read where Tesla sold about 200,000 units, not really sure on that however. Too bad Tesla took so much time bring the model 3 to that market segment. We see now that would have forced Nissan and the others to innovate and progress. instead of waiting and reacting.

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Congratulations to Nissan for selling 300,000 Leafs. I think the Leaf-1 (2010 - 2017) sold 190,000 units while the latest Leaf-2 sold the remaining 10,000 units. If not for the big decrease in oil prices, the Leaf-1 should have sold 400,000 units easily. So the main reason for Leaf which is to prevent the oil prices from increasing further and has been achieved.

SJC

Prius has sold 5 million.

CheeseEater88

The model 3 has already more presales than the leaf's total sales. Congrats?

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