Nissan Leaf has won the Electric Vehicle of the Year at 2011 GreenFleet Awards in Europe. The car bagged had already 2011 European Car of the Year award, 2010 Green Car Vision, 2011 World Car of the Year and many others, thereby adding credibility to the company in the market.
Nissan Leaf, sponsored by EDF Energy, was judged the best performing and most suitable electric vehicle in its class. Nissan Leaf, the five-door hatchback features climate control, satellite navigation, rear-view parking camera, a quick charge socket and innovative smart-phone connectivity and a 100 mile range. It comes for a price £25,990.
Greenfleet is a UK-based firm that appreciates excellence in environmental fleet management and green transport.
The Nissan Leaf became the choice of 2011 with five-doors, a generous boot, a high level of spec and a 110 mile range. Now that’s more applause flowing in for the Leaf.