Nissan leaf a compact battery-powered electric vehicle that is on sale since December 2010 has finally achieved a major milestone of half-million sales when it is near to complete the decade of its production. This decent looking purpose filling car currently in its 2nd generation other than achieving this milestone has also earned some important awards during its early years which includes; world car of the year 2011, a car of the year 2011 in Europe and car of the year Japan in 2011 and 2012.

Recently Nissan was announced to cut global production by 30%  due to coronavirus and the biggest loss in over a decade but during such crisis, this new miles stone by an old vehicle of Nissan could give some encouragement and relief to the brand.

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Nissan leaf is also the world’s first Mass-produced fully electric vehicle and with half-million leaf’s sale customer around the world still embraces the pioneering zero-emission vehicle.

According to Nissan;

The Milestone was achieved at Nissan’s plant in Sunderland, England.

According to Jansen who become the proud owner of 500,000th Nissan leaf; my husband and I chose to buy Nissan leaf back in 2018, and we loved it, we are very excited to become the proud owners of the 500,000th Nissan leaf. This car meets our needs with extended range and enhanced technologies”