Whether it be your home or your office, the Nissan LEAF can help supply energy to both.
Staying true to its environment-friendly approach.
The Nissan LEAF is now on the Nissan Philippines website.
Nissan will be showcasing how the LEAF will emphasize the possibility of clean mobility in the Philippines.
By this, we assume that its local launch might happen anytime soon.
Over 500,000 Nissan LEAF units have been made and are still plying the roads globally.
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