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May 16 -- The Nissan Leaf reached an important milestone this week: the hatchback EV hit 25,000 sales in the U.S. market. The Nissan Leaf was first announced in 2009, but didn’t go on sale in the United States until December 2010. The electric vehicle–one of the first in a line of modern electric vehicles–claims a range of about 100 miles (or 73, according to the EPA’s testing methods) thanks to a 24-kWh, lithium-ion battery pack. >>View Article

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