"with the fed and state/local BEV incentives"edatoakrun wrote:By 2019, Nissan should have its LEAF -based SUV on the showroom floor.GRA wrote:,,,...American buyers are bound to show up at Nissan dealers, look at the $30,000+ plus price tag on a loaded Leaf SL (even after the $7,500 bribe) and then walk over and buy a $31,710 top-of-the-line Rogue...
One of the Slow Ugly Vehicles Americans want, with the fed and state/local BEV incentiveshttp://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... t=LEAF+suvNissan LEAF-Based Electric SUV To Debut Next Month, Electric Sedan To Follow
https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/moto ... -join-leafNissan to reveal electric SUV to join Leaf
The world's best-selling electric car, the Leaf, will gain a bigger brother, to be unveiled at Tokyo motor show in October
Hopefully, not too Ugly, when unveiled next month...
Boring and reliable many of them may be (not the WRX STI or BRZ), but Subaru has increased sales here every year, including this one when total sales are down considerably from last year: https://www.autoevolution.com/news/suba ... 20194.htmlEVDRIVER wrote:Subaru, Boring, CHECK! Nissan, still clueless conservative Japanese company making one car for two markets- CHECK!
http://www.motortrend.com/cars/nissan/l ... ve-review/2018 NISSAN LEAF FIRST DRIVE REVIEW
Is the best-selling EV still in the game with Model 3 and Bolt EV?
I like his reviews. Check out his Ioniq drive. very coolcwerdna wrote:Thanks to a Leaf FB group I'm on, someone posted this. No, it's not an on-camera interview w/the chief vehicle engineer nor any Nissan folks. It's just some questions and answers + some other tidbits w/Bjørn Nyland talking the whole time.
He says at ~4:39 that he didn't get too many questions from folks. Since I don't normally watch Bjorn's videos or posts (somewhere), unfortunately, I had no idea he was looking for questions. I'm sure we could've given him a ton.
That makes sense. Subaru sells well in Seattle.GRA wrote:They really do know their demographic (disclamer: While the only cars I've owned over the past 29 years have been two Subarus, and I definitely fit their active outdoors demographic, I don't have a dog).
OT. I like this quote from the article:evnow wrote:That makes sense. Subaru sells well in Seattle.GRA wrote:They really do know their demographic (disclamer: While the only cars I've owned over the past 29 years have been two Subarus, and I definitely fit their active outdoors demographic, I don't have a dog).
https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-ne ... -a-subaru/
Does everyone in Seattle drive a Subaru?
Guilty. REI member for 40 years now, although I bought relatively little from them in the '70s and early '80s, when they mainly carried just their house brand. Their stuff was okay quality but basic, and most of my gear was higher end, bought from the wide selection of outdoor manufacturers/retailers in Berkeley then, i.e. Marmot Mtn. Works, The North Face, Sierra Designs, The Ski Hut/Trailwise, Class Five, as they were all local and I spent a lot of time hanging out in them in my teens. Once REI started to carry all the major manufacturers it drove most of the manufacturer's stores out of business, as they couldn't compete on price. Now, almost everything's made overseas.No, not everyone here drives the Japanese car beloved by the REI crowd.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDgymo4y1Gc2018 40kWh Nissan Leaf Test Drive And First Impression