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Nissan LEAF launched in Nepal at a special introductory price of NPR 59.99 lakh

23rd September 2021
"To get a first-hand experience of the Nissan Leaf you can visit showrooms in Kathamndu from 13th September onwards."

On the occasion of World EV Day, Nissan organised a virtual session for Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka markets on making electric mobility more accessible in South Asian markets to create a more sustainable green future. 

The availability of an abundant amount of hydropower in Nepal and Bhutan have made both countries a very strong case for EVs, both environmentally and economically. With Nissan’s mission to deliver the right mobility solutions for as many people as possible, the societal and economic benefits of driving more sustainability in South Asian countries could not be understated.

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In line with the Nepalese government’s forward-thinking policies on carbon neutrality and support towards electric mobility, Nissan was recently able to launch the zero-emission Nissan LEAF EV in Nepal at a special introductory price of NPR 59.99 lakh to the first 50 customers.

Globally, Nissan LEAF vehicles have driven more than 2.5bn cumulative kilometres since their launch in 2010, resulting in a total amount of real-world usage data: of 1.2m tons of CO2 reduction saved (the equivalent approx. 90m trees).

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Sinan Ozkok, President, Nissan India Operations, said: “At Nissan, our vision for the future of mobility is fuelled by our mission to enrich people’s lives by providing communities with access to vehicles with low environmental impact. The introduction of the zero-emission Nissan LEAF in South Asian markets reflects our commitment to support the efforts of these governments, as they work toward achieving their clean-energy goals. With more than 70 years of global experience in electric mobility globally, we are poised to deliver innovative solutions that can help these countries along their journeys to sustainability.

The zero-emission Nissan LEAF EV is the embodiment of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the automotive company's approach to changing the way cars are driven, powered and integrated into society. It can go from zero to 100 km/h in 7.9 seconds while reaching a top speed of 140 km/h. It also has one of the quietest cabins and comes with a very low running cost compared to the ICE engine (by almost five times).

Raghunath Nair, Head Exports & South Asia Business Unit, NMC Ltd., said: “Bringing the Nissan LEAF EV to South Asia is a high point in our efforts to enlighten and educate communities on the benefits of EV adoption. In aligning with these governments’ vision for a more sustainable future, we are empowering communities to make decisions that reduce our global carbon footprint by bringing them the right technology with the greatest performance and zero emissions. As we support these countries’ transition into a greener tomorrow, we are driven by our shared mission of moving toward a more connected, sustainable, and resilient world.

Sandeep Kumar Sharda, Managing Director, Pioneer Moto Corp Pvt. Ltd., said: “We have announced an Introductory price of NPR 59.99 lacs and we have been getting a tremendous response from the market. In order to give a first-hand experience of the Nissan Leaf, we are organizing a Test Drive Week from 13th-20th September at our showrooms in Kathmandu.” 

Charging the Nissan LEAF is easy and convenient as owners are provided with multiple charging options. The Nissan LEAF can be fully powered up in 15 to 18 hours at home through a dedicated wall outlet with the supplied universal charging cable. Owners can also go to quick charging stations found in select Nissan dealerships nationwide and power up their Nissan LEAF to a full charge in as fast as 40 to 60 minutes.

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Nissan marks 10 years of LEAF sales

23rd September 2021
"More than 500,000 customers have switched to the EV, helping electrify the world."

Nissan today celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Nissan LEAF electric car and the delivery of 500,000 LEAF vehicles since the model was first introduced.

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In marking these milestones, we firstly want to express our appreciation to all the customers who have come on this electrifying journey with us,” said Nissan President and CEO Makoto Uchida. “By switching to electric mobility, customers around the world have brought us all closer to a more sustainable and resilient society.”

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Produced at plants in Japan, the U.S., and the U.K., the zero-emission Nissan LEAF is sold in 59 markets around the world. As its battery capacity, performance and efficiency have continued to improve, the LEAF has evolved from a city commuter to a versatile car that meets a wide range of customer needs and lifestyles.

Beyond mobility, the Nissan LEAF has contributed to society by helping power homes and businesses and providing emergency electricity during natural disasters. Alongside Nissan’s other electrified powertrain vehicles, the LEAF continues to show the way to a sustainable, resilient, zero-emission society.

From the pioneering first version in 2010 to the LEAF e+ introduced in 2019, the 500,000 customers who have chosen the LEAF have helped drivers around the world realize the benefits of electric vehicles, both in terms of sustainability and in their daily lives.

In July this year, Nissan unveiled the Nissan Ariya all-electric crossover. The Ariya embodies Nissan’s strengths in electric vehicle development and features the latest in Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies and design.


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Nissan Leaf launches in late August, more than 50 bookings a month

23rd September 2021
"50 bookings have been made for the LEAF electric vehicle which was opened only a month ago, expected to be launch in the last week of August."

Pioneer MotoCorp, the official dealer of Nissan vehicles in Nepal, has unveiled the LEAF EV in the month of July. So far more than 50 bookings have been made for LEAF electric vehicle which was opened only a month ago.

The car is expected to be launch in the last week of August.

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The Nissan LEAF has a 40-kWh lithium-ion battery that has a range of up to 311 kilometers on a full charge, based on the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) standards. Powering the Nissan LEAF is a revolutionary, all-electric e-powertrain providing a maximum output of 110kW or 150ps and 320 Nm of instant torque.

The Nissan LEAF can go from zero to 100 km/h in 7.9 seconds while reaching a top speed of 140 km/h.

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Charging the Nissan LEAF is easy and convenient as owners are provided with multiple charging options. The Nissan LEAF can be fully powered up in 15 to 18 hours at home through a dedicated wall outlet with the supplied universal charging cable.

Owners can also go to quick charging stations found in select Nissan dealerships nationwide and power up their Nissan LEAF to a full charge in as fast as 40 to 60 minutes.

The Nissan LEAF comes with a 3-year vehicle warranty or for the first 100,000 kilometers (whichever comes first) and also with an 8-year battery warranty or for the first 160,000 kilometers (whichever comes first). 

The Nissan LEAF comes in 11 colour options where the customers can choose between six single-tone colour options or five dual-tone colour options.

Nissan LEAF EV prices at NPR 59.99 Lakhs as introductory offers. 

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