Nissan NV the Envy of the News World!

Cary Clark, a 33-year veteran broadcast technician for WTVF-TV in Nashville, begins his workday by arriving at the ABC-affiliate station at 3 a.m. where he meets up with his partner: a Nissan NV3500 broadcast truck.
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Mossy Nissan throws it back to the action packed Nissan Ad: “The Delivery”

THROWBACK THURSDAY: Flashing back to Mickey Rourke, Carl Weathers, Theresa Ruiz, and Raymond Cruz in one hot delivery!
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Nissan dominates the competition and leads the way with their record setting vehicles!

Nissan is a brand on the move. And on a roll. The past two years have seen the back-to-back introductions of the segment-busting 2014 Rogue and 2015 Murano, which helped drive Nissan to record 2014 calendar year sales of 1,269,565 (+12.2%) in the United States.
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Even before the first e-NV200 arrived in Japan from its Spanish plant in Barcelona for shipment around the world, the production company behind the hugely popular “Ultraman” children’s television series saw the potential.
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Nissan and FedEx Express Put All-Electric e-NV200 to Work in Collaborative US Test

Nissan and FedEx Express Put All-Electric e-NV200 to Work in Collaborative US Test


WASHINGTON, D.C. — FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., and Nissan announced today at the Washington Auto Show that the two companies will begin testing the Nissan e-NV200, a 100 percent electric compact cargo vehicle, under real world conditions in Washington, D.C.
This test marks the first time the vehicle will be running in North America. FedEx Express and Nissan have conducted similar e-NV200 tests with fleets in Japan, Singapore, the United Kingdom and Brazil.
FedEx and Nissan are both committed to reducing the environmental impact of their operations worldwide. Rotating the Nissan e-NV200 into the delivery fleet is part of the FedEx EarthSmart program, a global sustainability platform designed to guide the company's environmental commitment in the communities where it operates.  For Nissan, this effort aligns with its "Blue Citizenship" corporate social responsibility program with a focus on increasing the number of vehicles that emit no greenhouse gases by exploring additional vehicle segments where its leading electric vehicle technology may be applied.
FedEx will deploy the Nissan e-NV200 in the Washington, D.C. area, where it will undergo field tests that subject it to the routine requirements of a delivery vehicle. The results will be used to help determine the viability of using an electric vehicle in this role in the U.S. Nissan e-NV200 is scheduled to begin mass production later this year in Europe.
"As a global fleet operator serving 220 countries and territories worldwide, FedEx is committed to improving the efficiency of its vehicles as part of our EarthSmart initiatives," said Mitch Jackson, vice president of Environmental Affairs and Sustainability, FedEx Corporation. "We are pleased to continue our work with Nissan and bring the e-NV200 into test in North America."
"We're eager to work with FedEx and other companies to put the e-NV200 through its paces to continue to build awareness of the capability of electric vehicles and to evaluate how well it meets the needs of the commercial consumer," said Erik Gottfried, Nissan director of Electric Vehicle Sales and Marketing. "We'd also like to explore clever uses of EVs in work environments where carbon emissions of gas-powered vehicles make them impractical or impossible to use."


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Mossy Nissan donates Nissan NV van

Mossy Nissan donates Nissan NV van to Oceanside's 2013 Race Across America cycling team


Mossy Nissan Oceanside has donated a Nissan NV van to the Oceanside team of bicyclists participating in the 2013 Race Across America (RAAM). RAAM, a yearly coast-to-coast bicycle race, serves as a high-profile vehicle for raising money for charitable causes.

RAAM 2013 starts in Oceanside, Calif. on June 15 at the Oceanside Pier and concludes in Annapolis, Md. between June 20 and June 24. The Mossy Nissan NV Van will serve as an emergency vehicle that will follow the Oceanside team of 8 cyclists across the country. The cyclists will race 3000 miles, cross 12 states, 88 counties and 350 communities and climb over 170,000 feet. The team will ride 24 hours a day, sleeping an average of 2 hours a night until the race is completed.

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