Without getting into it too much (we have decided to not break any eggs when it comes to future Nissan EVs for the sake of today’s sales), production of the first generation LEAF has been/is still underway (with some summer pauses here and there)…but it isn’t going to be for as long as many expect.
LinkThe race between charging standards should gain even more momentum with an upgraded Nissan LEAF arriving in early 2017
LinkWith a vastly superior LEAF set to debut in the not-so-distant future, it appears Nissan is actively managing existing inventory lower in the US.
LinkUnlike many other regions of the world, it appears the majority of the potential US consumer base for the Nissan LEAF not only knows that a significant upgrade for the LEAF is coming shortly, but they will have no part of the current 2016 edition (107 mile upgrade or not) in the meantime…no matter how quiet Nissan stays on the topic.So we have a classic Mexican standoff, the US consumer is motionless – but yet still keening awaiting upgraded LEAF news, while Nissan, knowing it has lost the US market, has temporarily abandoned it – while pretending it has nothing up its sleeve.
LinkThe concern for Nissan right now is dwindling LEAF sales, due to an aging car and the anticipation of the upcoming debut of the next-generation LEAF (which will happen in the very near term – trust us)
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