You'll be hard pressed to find anyone here at Curry Nissan who doesn't love the company's first all-electric car. The 2012 Nissan LEAF represents the future of automotive travel, but it's also a rather large step in the right direction; a step that not everyone may be willing or able to take just yet.
That's why Nissan is actively working on a new plug-in electric hybrid vehicle to be brought to the market in the next few years. The vehicle will be a part of the "Nissan Green Program 2016" or NGP 2016, and it allows drivers to choose what level of electrification they want to see in their ride. Drivers can opt for the classic gasoline-powered rides, trek ahead in a full EV, or take the solid middle ground that is a plug-in electric hybrid.
"Nissan wants to be part of the solution toward a sustainable society - for the sake of the planet and as a significant competitive advantage and a strategic differentiator in the global manufacturing sector," said Nissan President Carlos Ghosn.1
Other elements of the "Nissan Green Program 2016" include increasing fuel economy by 35 percent when compared to 2005 levels, as well as launching new and redesigned models across the globe.
Whether you prefer a model like the LEAF, any other new Nissan model like the Nissan Juke, Nissan Altima, or Nissan Sentra, or one of the many used Nissan models of yesteryear, you can bet that everyone here at 3495 Crompond Rd Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 is dedicated to making sure you're informed when searching for your next ride.