Nissan EV outhypes GM Volt [Twitter]

Nissan EV out hypes GM Volt http://twitter.com/NissanEVs
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1. To clarify our previous tweet, the DOE formula estimates 367mpg for Nissan LEAF.about 1 hour ago from web
2. Nissan Leaf = 367 mpg, no tailpipe, and no gas required. Oh yeah, and it'll be affordable too! #general #environmentabout 3 hours ago from web 3. The Nissan EV crew hanging at Plug-In 2009 in Long Beach. Come visit us at our new EV display!about 5 hours ago from web 4. @EVQuestion The best we can do is say were targetting lower/mid-segment sedan pricing. Well give a closer estimate soon. #7462 #generalabout 22 hours ago from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 5. @EVQuestion Only if you are using lights, stereo, etc. When you are not moving, no power is being used to idle. #5418 #performanceabout 22 hours ago from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 6. @EVQuestion Load has a small impact on range, as it does in any car. 100 miles is based on LA4 test cycle and EPA rating. #4312 #performanceabout 22 hours ago from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 7. @EVQuestion This is based on a variable elec. rate and off-peak charging with a low of 3/kWh and an average of 11/kWh. #2783 #generalabout 22 hours ago from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 8. @EVQuestion Cold wont affect performance directly. But a/c and heater will affect the range a bit, like in a gas car. #6105 #performanceabout 22 hours ago from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 9. @EVQuestion We are considering the options to provide the best value to our customers. We will say more when we can. #3195 #general10:27 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 10. @EVQuestion Were still in the development phase of the LEAF and will provide details like this closer to actual production. #3282 #general10:23 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 11. @EVQuestion The photos reflect the design of the car as it currently stands. However, changes are possible before production. #4517 #general10:22 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 12. @EVQuestion The details of the maintenance schedule arent worked out yet. Well share more when we can. #8064 #general10:21 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 13. @EVQuestion Were confident that EVs are here to stay. Infrastructure and adoption will keep growing with your support. #1093 #general10:19 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 14. @EVQuestion At this point, we dont rcmend towing. Longer-term, we hope to provide options for specific needs like yours. #6816 #performance10:17 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 15. @EVQuestion No, but the LEAFs IT system will help you monitor your power and direct you to stations on your way. #0650 #charging10:14 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 16. @EVQuestion The LEAF accelerates like a V6 gas-powered car. #5779 #performance10:04 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 17. @EVQuestion The LEAFs nav system will be able to show you charging locations along your route. #7174 #performance10:02 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion 18. @EVQuestion Were looking into post-automotive applications and recycling options for used batteries. #3429 #environment9:57 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck in reply to EVQuestion
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