|By PR Newswire||
|August 27, 2014 01:48 PM EDT||
HUMBLE, Texas, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- True to form, the just-arrived 2015 Nissan LEAF has done little to lighten up on its predecessor's penchant for envelope-pushing. And, having recently been reintroduced to the Houston area for the new model year, Nissan's segment-leading compact now has its sights squarely set on the competition. The 2015 Nissan LEAF, America's top-selling electric vehicle, is now available at Robbins Nissan, who is in turn hosting a competition pitting the 2015 Nissan LEAF vs. the Toyota Prius C.
It should come as little surprise that the competition between these two vehicles has the automotive industry talking. After all, the Prius was until recently in a class of its own, representing the push toward electric and hybrid technology with little to no resistance from competing automakers. With the 2011 advent of the all-electric Nissan LEAF, however, the discussion began to become notably less one-sided.
Now released for 2015, the Nissan LEAF has definitively proven that it is a vehicle that demands the attention of its competitors. While many competing vehicles offering compact efficiency have remained content to offer little in terms of class and amenities, the 2015 Nissan LEAF fully flips the script in this regard. By offering features such as a rearview camera as a standard item--to say nothing of forward-thinking options such as a solar panel to help power convenience features--the 2015 Nissan LEAF offers irrefutable proof that standing pat is no longer an acceptable option.
The 2015 Nissan LEAF is now available at Robbins Nissan, serving the greater Houston area from its location in Humble, Texas. The dealer encourages parties interested in the 2015 Nissan LEAF to visit the dealership for further information. It may also be contacted online at www.robbinsnissan.com, or by calling via telephone at 855-216-2586.
Media Contact: Chelsea Robbins, Robbins Nissan, 888-260-6861 x2252, [email protected]
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