Manhattan, Kansas (Vocus/PRWEB) March 27, 2011
The new 2011 Nissan Leaf will soon be available at Briggs Nissan - the premiere Manhattan, Kansas, area Nissan dealership. For now, however, you should know that while there have been delays, Nissan is working hard to deliver to the many people who are anxiously waiting to purchase the new electric car.
All over Kansas, people are really wanting to experience the EV for themselves. Soon, they will be able to do this easily at Briggs Nissan. The Nissan Leaf is produced in Japan, which is having difficulties with production after the recent earthquake and tsunami.
Still, Nissan is concerned about the future of vehicles and the environment.
"There’s little debate on the need to reduce vehicle emissions in the future. Nissan is taking an aggressive approach to establishing leadership in zero-emission vehicles, with the LEAF being our first effort,” said Al Castignetti, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division, Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA).
"However, we’re not doing this solely to meet regulations or to wrap the Nissan brand in a green halo. We’re producing the Nissan LEAF because it makes good sense to Nissan and to our customers.”
And they are listening to their customers, which is really working to help Nissan expand and grow.
"To reach a larger audience, beyond the early adopters and green-intenders, we must get the right product. Consumers do not want to compromise on space, driving enjoyment or technology features,” he added.
"So, we’ve developed the Nissan LEAF to offer stimulating acceleration performance and a quiet, refined interior with the latest amenities and room for five adults while still carrying cargo – all in a vehicle that is totally electric, produces zero carbon emissions while driving and has 100 miles of range.”
According to the professionals at Briggs Nissan - the premiere Nissan dealer in Manhattan, Kansas - the new Nissan Leaf is going to be very popular all over. For those wanting a piece of the future of vehicles, the time to act is now.
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