Nissan offers the best of connectivity and smartphone integration so your vehicle can become a crucial part of your on-the-go lifestyle.
To account for the ever-changing driving landscape, Nissan MapCare™ allows you to update NissanConnect’s navigation system for absolutely no added cost. When something changes on the road map, be it the addition of a new road or bypass, hotel, fuel station or motorway services, Nissan MapCare™ will update your navigation system for free. This allows you to benefit from more accurate maps, new points of interest and savings on money and fuel. That means less time wasted heading down the wrong road, and if you need to stop for food, cash, rest or fuel, you’ll know exactly where to go.
Nissan is continually researching and working to make our EV battery as advanced and efficient as possible. The new 3rd-generation 30 kWh battery with improved chemistry and greater power output has recently started production for the LEAF, while Nissan is also launching a new ‘Second Life’ battery recycling subsidiary.
LEAF owners know how easy it is to go electric. Plug it in overnight like your mobile, and wake up fully charged, ready to go. And with instant torque and agile handling built right in, LEAF is always a kick to drive. Of course, knowing that every drive makes the world a nicer place to be is just one more thing to smile about. MORE ABOUT NISSAN LEAFMORE ABOUT NISSAN LEAF
Of course an electric commercial vehicle can radically cut your costs – there’s no petrol to buy and far less maintenance. There are some surprises, too. The e-NV200 is so quiet and clean, for example, you can make nighttime residential deliveries and gain access to protected and indoor areas. Best of all, the most environmentally friendly mass-produced van on the market sends a great message to your customers – you’re smart, efficient, and looking forward to a bright future. MORE ABOUT NISSAN E-NV200MORE ABOUT NISSAN E-NV200
As a leader in charging infrastructure, Nissan has more than 2300 quick charge stations in Europe, with this number predicted to reach 5500 by 2020. Nissan is committed to making sustainable driving as accessible as possible and is using a collaborative partnership approach with innovative companies.
Nissan is piloting the effectiveness of the vehicle to grid system (V2G) in different European cities, before a wider deployment all across Europe. As well as accessing renewable energy, drivers can connect their electric vehicles to the grid during cheap-tariff periods, and can use the electricity stored in the vehicle’s battery either at home, while driving, or even for selling back to the grid.