The all-new Nissan Leaf is truly a groundbreaking vehicle. According to Nissan Hartford, it’s the first mass-market vehicle to bring affordable, all-electric driving to the global stage. And, the EV is officially the World Car of the Year, beating out a number of all-new cars. Used Cars Bremerton said the WCOTY jurors chose the Leaf not only because of its zero emissions, but because it was able to drive just like a normal car.
“It is a great joy that the world’s first, mass-marketed electric vehicle, the Nissan Leaf, has won the prestigious award of 2011 World Car of the Year,” said Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. “This accolade recognizes Nissan Leaf, a pioneer in zero-emission mobility, as comparable in its driving performance, quietness and superb handling to gas-powered cars. And it validates Nissan’s clear vision and the values of sustainable mobility that we want to offer to customers around the world.”
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