Oct. 25, 2012
-- WOOD RIVER, ILL.—
The 2013 Nissan LEAF is slated to get a new battery that’s larger and more efficient, and the automaker recently announced that the electric motor for the vehicle will be assmebled in the U.S.!
The current motors for the Nissan LEAF are assembled in Japan, but the new motors are set to be assembled in Decherd, Tennessee. This move will simplify logistics as well as save costs.
The 2013 Nissan LEAF itself is soon to be produced in Smyrna, Tennessee, just 70 miles from where the electric motors will be assembled.
Customers who are interested in learning more about the 2013 Nissan LEAF or test driving a 2012 model can visit AutoCenters Nissan in Wood River, Illinois, today!ABOUT AUTOCENTERS NISSAN
Located in Wood River, Illinois, AutoCenters Nissan is your source for new and pre-owned Nissan vehicles. With a vast selection in a conveniently located showroom, AutoCenters Nissan offers Wood River residents a superior car-shopping experience. A friendly and professional staff is on hand to answer any questions customers may have. Stop by AutoCenters Nissan’s dealership location today, at 1825 E. Edwardsville Road, to test drive your next Nissan!