With the fascination of plug in hybrids, as well as every aspect of green driving, becoming a more and more important player in car buyers purchasing decisions; Nissan is rethinking some of their future strategies. The future of their vehicles may be lying in plug in versions of their current models by late 2015 or early 2016. Unfortunately, we have no clues on which vehicle or class the plug in hybrids will be but considering battery power is best for lighter cars so smaller sedans will most likely be the target.
With Nissan’s extremely high (and still climbing) Leaf sales, it’s not too much to say that with a new midsized sedan or crossover vehicle as a plug in hybrid will have equal sales records in only a few years. In fact, Nissan Leaf sales increased 46% from last year and even some of these incredible sales levels are enough to push Nissan towards more and more hybrid models. Which models would you like to see as a plug in hybrid model? We think a hybrid Maxima and Altima would be great additions to the Nissan fleet, as well as a Hybrid Rogue! Keep your eyes out for more information on new possible models!