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January 26, 2013

Nismo arrives in Europe

The wait is over - the first Nissan Nismo road car for Europe has arrived.

Under the Nismo performance division brand, Nissan will launch a range of new sports models starting with the Juke Nismo. This is the first chapter in a production car story which will unveil

January 24, 2013

Nissan reduces price of all-electric Leaf by €3,000 in Europe

Nissan is making zero-emission mobility more affordable by reducing the price of the all-electric Nissan Leaf by €3,000 in European markets. The change comes as part of a global effort to make the Leaf more affordable in the pioneering electric vehicle's three main

November 05, 2012

Bernard Loire is new Managing Director for Nissan Italy

Bernard Loire has been appointed Managing Director, Nissan Italy. Based in Rome, he will report to Paul Willcox, Senior Vice-President, Sales and Marketing Europe.

This appointment marks Loire's return to Nissan Italy, where he was Managing Director in 2008. Since

June 24, 2012

One-million 'turn on' to the Nissan Leaf

The Big Turn On, Nissan's ambitious on-line campaign designed to get one-million people 'turned on' to electric vehicles, has hit its target ahead of time.

The initial plan was to reach the one-million mark in 100 days... but the campaign has so captured the

April 06, 2012

Nissan announces record European sales for 2011 financial year

Nissan confirmed that it has never been stronger in Europe by announcing record sales of more than 713,000 units for the 2011 Financial Year, ending March 31.

The performance represents a 17.5 per cent year-on-year increase (+106,000 units) resulting in

March 31, 2012

Nissan plans to charge up cities across Europe

Cities all over Britain and Europe will be invited to embrace electric driving and encourage their communities to support Nissan’s campaign – ‘The Big Turn On’ – in a bid to win 30 quick chargers from Nissan.

The quick chargers are part of a wider initiative from Nissan to get

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