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The Nissan LEAF continues to be the number one car of choice for a growing number of Irish motorists who are making the switch to electric driving.
Nissan has confirmed plans to build a new range of small vans for Europe, including a new electric model.
Nissan has confirmed plans to build a new range of small vans for Europe, including a new electric model. The new range of commercial vehicles will be built on a shared platform from the Renault-Nissan alliance.
The Nissan Leaf cemented its position as Ireland’s all time best-selling EV during the month of January as 980 new car buyers chose to make the switch to electric driving.
The cost of buying a 100 percent electric Nissan Leaf has fallen by up to €1,843 as a result of the Government budget.
Renault has topped the podium as the number one electric vehicle brand in Ireland for the year to date with 845 registrations from combined sales of the Zoe, Kangoo ZE, and Zoe Commercial, beating all rivals.
Nissan and AIB have joined forces in an ambitious initiative to put more electric vehicle drivers onto Irish roads and help support the transition to a low-carbon economy.
The Citroen C5 Aircross Commercial and Mitsubishi L200 have been named category winners within the Continental Tyres Irish Van of the Year 2020 competition.
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Business and Mercedes Benz X-Class have been named Category Winners of the Irish Van of the Year 2019. in association with Continental Tyres.
The Irish EV market is up 270 per cent in the first five months of this year compared to a similar period last year. And Renault has revealed a limited edition Zoe Z.E. 40 R110 S-Edition.