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Nissan’s electric shock

5 years ago / 0 comments

Nissan’s electric shock  The revamped LEAF could broaden Nissan’s appeal to smaller fleets, reports Curtis Hutchinson, editor of Motor Trader. Every now and again carmakers launch a car they know will have legs in … Read More »

The hype has gone

5 years ago / 0 comments

If there is no pressure from the market and/or no pressure through governmental directives (just like it used to be in California), the future is on the side of range-extenders. E-vehicles? Do you remember … Read More »

No cars in cities

5 years ago / 0 comments

Similar events occur in cities throughout the world, such as Mexico City, where it is not uncommon to see birds falling dead from the sky. The EU calculates that 300,000 premature deaths occur in … Read More »

Is the 100g/km fleet a reality – or will it be soon? By Nigel Underdown, head Of Transport Advice, Energy Saving Trust

6 years ago / 0 comments

But is it a sensible ambition for the average fleet manager? No – at least, not as an aspiration in isolation from other key considerations. Sure there is an impressive crop of 99g/km and … Read More »

Electric for the masses?

6 years ago / 0 comments

By the time you read this the Geneva Motor Show will be over and the motoring journalists will have attended all the launch events and published their first impressions. Of course, missing from the … Read More »

The future could be electric, but…

7 years ago / 0 comments

I have just been reading an article on the Fleet sector in Australia and I quote “the Mitsubishi iMEV will go on sale in Australia for $48,000 – you can buy an equivalent sized … Read More »