Chevrolet Volt outsells the Nissan LEAF in Feb. 2012
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The Chevrolet Volt and Nissan LEAF for doesn’t seem to stop popping up in the automotive industry news section. Following counting last month’s figures, General Motors said that Chevrolet Volt sales rebounded in February (2012), with sales coming in at 1,023 units, up from a low 603 units in January. The figure also helped the Volt outsell the Nissan LEAF for the month.

While the figure is impressive for GM, the number is still low from the Volt’s best month ever in December 2011, when Chevrolet sold a total of 1,529 units.

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Nissan sold only 478 LEAFs last month, down from 676 in January and 954 in December.

The Nissan LEAF outsold the Chevrolet Volt last year 7,700 to 9,700.

Nissan hopes to double LEAF sales this year by making it available in all U.S. markets.

- By: Omar Rana

Source: Detroit News


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  • Matt

    How and or why is GM comparing the Volt to the Leaf? The Leaf is an all electric vehicle where as the Volt is only partial all electric. After the battery runs down it runs on gasoline engine. The Leaf has no such option. When the battery on the Leaf is run to zero that’s it. No gasoline engine to fall back on.
    By all rights the Volt should be compared to the Prius as this is why GM decided that the Prius was to be it’s main competitor if memory serves me correct.