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Monday, October 01, 2012

By Manoj Kumawat

Nissan Evalia electric version for Europe soon

Nissan Evalia has seen India and is getting more than huge response in the country. The reason why it is getting it is it extra space and best in the class boot area. The car is said to be in the process of getting an electric version. It is expected that the Evalia EV will rock as the multi purpose car is already high in demand and has high mileage and the electric version will make it more affordable and charming than other cars. It is believed that the technology used in the Nissan Leaf will be duplicated in this car and with it the car will have much more features and maintenance free affordable driving than any other car. Notably, the Evalia is used as delivery van in some countries and regions and it has not only proved itself in this segment but has also established itself quite comfortably.  

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In India, currently the personal car variant is launched and the commercial version of it will be launched by Nissan’s partner Ashok Leyland. The commercial vehicle will be called as Ashok Leyland Stile and it will be revolutionizing the way small goods are ferried from one place to another. It will be a boon for intra city and intercity small goods carriage. However, the commercial version could dampen the passenger car image of the Evalia just like the Tata Venture. However strong Tata has tried to promote it as a personal vehicle, it is selling as a commercial vehicle.  


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Imbibing the electric car technology in Evalia will not only make the car deliver more affordable, it will also be pulling the cost of transportation down. Meanwhile, the international good carrier FedEx is said to have been testing the NV200 vigorously. As the car will take a lot of technology from Leaf sedan, it will have 80 kW motor and will come with a quick charger that will charge it to 80 percent in 30 minutes.

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Tuesday, October 09, 2012

What are the safety features available in Nissan Evalia....??

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