Tuesday, July 26, 2011

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  Electric Cars are not toys any more and serious players are investing serious money into this Next Big Thing now.

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Nissan Leaf Gets Highest Rating From US Regulator

A U.S. safety regulator has awarded the Nissan Leaf its highest rating, the company said on Monday.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has awarded the car a 5-star overall safety rating, making it the first fully-electric vehicle to earn such a rating, Nissan said.

The Leaf has also been named a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, it said.

So far, about 4,000 Leafs have been delivered to U.S. customers. The company said last week it is expanding its U.S. sales.
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