Nissan suggests it will price the Leaf at blow-away prices, but we suspect the devil is in the details

Months after releasing a crude prototype, Nissan Motor recently unveiled the Leaf, a five-passenger hatchback fully electric vehicle (EV) with a nominal range of 100 miles/160 km (see the July 8, 2009 LRPJ). According to Reuters, the automaker will begin selling the cars in the U.S., Europe, and Jap...

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