Here's what Auto Trader had to say about Nissan and this fantastic award:
"Every business – including Auto Trader – is facing the challenge of addressing sustainability issues, the broader car industry perhaps under greater scrutiny than most. In partnership with the Carbon Literacy Trust, with whom Auto Trader has its own sustainability training programme, we wanted to recognise the manufacturer with the most proactive approach to dealing with climate change, be that through its products, manufacturing or people.
The entries were judged by the experts from the Carbon Literacy Trust and we’re pleased to announce Nissan as the winner of the Sustainability Initiative Award 2022, with Citroën and Volvo also praised for their efforts in this field. Having led the way making electric cars affordable with its Leaf hatchback, Nissan is now expanding its battery powered line-up and developing sustainable products to suit various needs. The all-electric Ariya is an impressive product in its own right, while the innovative Qashqai E-Power offers a pathway into electric power for those who may not have the domestic or local infrastructure to support their charging needs. So, congratulations Nissan on this most important award!"
Nissan paved the way for mass-market electric vehicles when they introduced Nissan LEAF in 2010, and have sold over 500,000 of them since! At Western and Barnetts, we're incredibly excited for another electrifying year ahead with the introduction of our first all-electric crossover, Nissan ARIYA, and the introduction of Juke Hybrid and Qashqai e-POWER.
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