In the future the vehicles must be environmentally friendly, either with emissions almost testimonials or systems of propulsion alternatives that do not emit harmful particles to the outside. There are electric, hybrid, fuel cell stack… At Engine.is we have taken into account all that are for sale in Spain resulting in the Nissan Leaf, the winner of this category.
Best car alternative propulsion 2015:
- Nissan LEAF
- Volkswagen Golf GTE
- Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell
Best car alternative propulsion 2015 for Motor.is: Nissan Leaf
Nissan Leaf remains for us the vehicle of alternative propulsion number one in Spain. The compact electric 100% Nissan was recently renovated with a new battery 30 kWh that allow you to travel up to 50 km with a single charge compared to the well-known 24-kWh, i.e. 250 km in total.
the rest of The vehicle is a compact to use with capacity for up to five adults inside and a trunk of 370 litres expandable up to 912 by folding the seats of the back row.
we encourage You to try an electric if you never have done before because the engine 109 CV of the Leaf you will be surprised by how well it moves in the city and outside of it.
the interior of The Leaf is everything you want in a compact but with an autonomy 100% electric 250 km
In the second place we find the Volkswagen Golf GTE, the compact of reference in Europe equipped with a mechanical gasoline hybrid plug-in 204 CV of maximum, the same as that of the Audi A3 e-tron, that approves an average consumption of 1,6 litres per 100 km. This compact category can go up to 50 km zero emissions.
The third position is for the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell, the first vehicle hydrogen that arrives at Europe. A vehicle manufactured by the Korean amazing for the excellent quality/price ratio of this SUV, and the fuel cell system of hydrogen with which it is able to go up to almost 600 km with a single refueling, each and every one of them without emissions harmful to the environment. Only water vapor.
The Best news car alternative propulsion 2015 for Motor.is: Nissan Leaf was originally published in by JuanJo Delgado.