Saturday, March 16, 2013

Nissan Leaf Eco-friendly Electric Car!

By Meshal aljabir

The scientists have been warning of the dangers to the environment from car usage but very little seems to have been done about it. While more eco-friendly cars have been produced but these have been a little bit expensive. Manufacturers have come up with a variety of solutions of finding more environment friendly car. Honda and BMW believe that hydrogen is the future, but the majorities believe that electric cars are the best way forward. Nissan has recently introduced the Nissan Leaf, which is a huge step forward for the electric car industry. It has a range of over 100 miles on one recharge and a top speed of 90 mph, making it far more practical than its predecessors. The fact that it is almost as practical as a normal road car makes the fuel cost savings far more attractive. The average driver covering 12,000 miles annually could save over $1,500 a year through owning the Leaf in fuel costs alone. The only problem remaining is the availability of recharging outlets, which would limit you to 50 mile journeys to ensure you had the power to get home. Nissan Leaf has taken the first step towards rectifying this by pricing their new model aggressively at $32,780. But government tax breaks mean that the price of the Leaf will drop to $25,280 when you purchase it. Overall Nissan Leaf is good for environmental! 


1 comment:

  1. Nissan leaf is an electric car and it might be useful to prevent climate. It will helps you to stop pollution in climate and with the small car with nice features and suspension as well.

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