More than half of Nissan Leaf owners insist they will never u-turn and buy conventional cars again
Auto giant’s customer research finds feared barriers to electric vehicle adoption have not materialised
Nissan will today publish the results of customer research suggesting a majority of customers for its Leaf have become electric vehicle converts and have no intention of buying conventional fuelled cars in the future.
The auto giant undertook the research using a relatively small sample of 76 current Leaf owners from among the 6,500 customers to purchase the vehicle in the UK.
More than half of respondents said they would not go back to conventional cars, while 95 per cent said they were happy with the Leaf and would recommend it to a friend.
Source: Business Green