Electric cars are the wave of the future, not only are they good for our environment but your fuel costs will be cut in half for a cheaper electric fueling solution. Generating a lot of buzz in the auto industry the 2010 Nissan Leaf is the hottest electric car on the market. Here’s why the Nissan Leaf blows away the competition.
Alternative fuel options are the main feature on this electric vehicle. The Nissan Leaf provides a 100% zero-emissions option in vehicles, making it a front runner in “Green” vehicle. Forget purchasing a regular or Hybrid vehicle and stop dangerous emissions as well as the pesky and expensive task of purchasing gasoline.
Purchasing this electric car is huge personal step in going green if you choose to switch over to the brand of the future. the 2010 Nissan Leaf electric car powers itself on advanced on manganese based lithium-ion batteries that could make the Energizer Bunny jealous.
The Nissan Leaf battery is known to run for a stretch of 100 miles on every charge. Giving you plenty of driving time between each plug in. The Nissan Leaf battery charges on a 120 volt portable plug in and runs on DC power. Using DC power enables this electric vehicle’s battery to charge quicker and last longer as it does not need to convert external AC power to fuel the car. The most incredible feature of the Nissan Leaf’s battery is the claim that approximately 80% of the battery can charge up within a mere 30 minutes. Giving you a quick charging time to get back on the road in a hurray if necessary.
The outer appearance of the Nissan Leaf electric vehicle sports a sleek and sexy aerodynamic design. This car design is one that reminds me of the cute cartoon cars in the Chevron commercials due to the face like arrangement on the front hood consisting of the front hood vents and grate, LED headlights and Nissan’s hood emblem covering a double plug-in outlet. What sets the appearance of this car out from a pack of regular cars? There is no tailpipe because there is no exhaust, making this car extra sleek.
You can drive this “no gas” Japanese built electric car out of the dealership for prices starting as low as $25, 280 USD. Mores features that the Nissan Leaf include being a 5 passenger, 5 door vehicle with speeds up to 90 MPH. Equipped with Bluetooth technology and automatic temperature control are only a few perks to this fancy and affordable electric vehicle. See more features and technical specifications on the Nissan Leaf electric car on the official Nissan USA website here now.
In the near future this zero-emission electric car technology will phase out gasoline powered cars. Be one of the first of your friends on this trend and purchase a 2010 Nissan Leaf electric car. The Nissan Leaf is being released this month in December 2010 and is being labeled as the 2011 Nissan Leaf Edition.