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2012 Nissan LEAF: honoree by Natural Resources Canada

Natural Resources Canada awarded to the Nissan LEAF prices as power saving vehicle in its class for 2012

- The fully electric Nissan LEAF recognized as the most energy efficient intermediate vehicle -

The Honourable Joe Oliver, Minister of Natural Resources, announced the winners of the 2012 ecoENERGY for vehicle of the Government of Canada. These awards recognize the most fuel-efficient vehicles that help Canadians achieve economies on fuel costs and reduce their emissions of greenhouse gas emissions. The Nissan LEAF has been recognized as the most efficient vehicle for 2012 intermediate.

This award is in addition to the long list of awards won by the Nissan LEAF since its launch in 2010, including the title of World Car of the year 2011. Since the first delivery of a Nissan LEAF has a consumer in December 2010, over 21,000 fully electric cars have been sold worldwide.

"Because it has no exhaust pipe and it produces absolutely no emissions, fully electric Nissan LEAF is unbeatable matter of fuel efficiency," stated Judy Wheeler, Director of Marketing, Nissan Canada Inc. "The Nissan LEAF is the first representante a large family of fully electric vehicles that we will market in the context of our commitment to electric mobility. This year, visitors to the International Auto Show in Toronto Canada have the opportunity to admire the e-NV200 prototype that demonstrates the use of the fully electric Nissan technology in a commercial vehicle. "

The Nissan LEAF has a range of 160 km per full charge (depending on the LA4 test cycle EPA), which allows it to provide 90% of Canadians autonomy they need to perform their daily displacements. Developping 107 horsepower and 207 lb-ft, the Nissan LEAF is a nervous car that offers a pleasant and ultra-quiet driving because of its electric powertrain.

At a starting MSRP of $ 38,395, the Nissan LEAF is well equipped and offers a long list of standard features. Since its launch in 2011, Nissan LEAF 170 were sold in Canada.

To learn more about the ecoENERGY for Vehicles Awards 2012 Government of Canada, please visit the following link: http://www.rncan.gc.ca/salle-medias/communiques/2012/3/3649

* Disclaimer - As fuel consumption ratings published by Natural Resources Canada

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