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The cost of buying a 100 percent electric Nissan Leaf has fallen by up to €1,843 as a result of the Government budget.
The Galway City Council has published a final report on the city’s European Green Leaf designation by the European Commission, encompassing a wealth of activities which took place in the city throughout 2017 and 2018.
Midland drivers who are considering making the switch to a pure-electric car now have even more reason to get behind the wheel of the award-winning Nissan LEAF at their local Nissan dealership.
Nissan points out to us that their all new 40kw 100 per cent Electric Nissan Leaf has charged ahead in the sales charts this July. In excess of 300 new Nissan LEAF’s were registered during the month which heretofore would have been close to the total number of electric vehicles sold in a full year.
The new 40kw 100 per cent electric Nissan Leaf has charged ahead in the sales charts this July, says the carmaker.
The bi-annual report which examines trends in the Irish motoring market finds that 61 per cent of motorists say their running costs have increased in the last 12 months, with 29 per cent stating they spend upwards of €250 per month on keeping their vehicle on the road.
The Euro NCAP continues to set the agenda with new, more demanding challenges on safety technology to help protect vulnerable road users, including the introduction of the first cycling detection test for AEB.
Due to exceptional demand Nissan tells us it has extended its popular scrappage offer for a limited period.
As part of the this year’s Great Electric Drive, Research leader of the Unit for Social Software at Insight, (formerly DERI) John Breslin has received his BMWi3 electric car to begin his four month ecar trial. He is one of just 32 new ecar ambassadors chosen earlier this year, from 20,000 applicants across Ireland.
Mayo woman Jana McGrath was selected from some 20,000 applicants to become one of 32 new ecar ambassadors who will take part in the Great Electric Drive. This is the second year of the Great Electric Drive, which gives 26 members of the public and six commercial organisations the opportunity to trial an electric car for up to four months each. The ambassadors were selected from more than 20,000 applicants from all over Ireland. The ambassadors were announced at an event held in Dublin this week, which was attended by the Minister for Communications, Energy & Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte.