Nissan to Launch Carsharing Service in Japan

Nissan will launch a carsharing service, Nissan e-Share Mobi, in Japan in early 2018, according to an article by the Roadshow by CNet.

The 2018 Nissan Leaf will be the first vehicle added to Nissan's new carsharing service. (Photo courtesy of Nissan.)
The 2018 Nissan Leaf will be the first vehicle added to Nissan's new carsharing service. (Photo courtesy of Nissan.)

The article reported there will be 30 sharing stations across Japan and the first vehicle in the program will be the Nissan 2018 Leaf EV. 

The Nissan e-Share Mobi carsharing service features no membership fee or mileage fees, but drivers will be responsible for tolls.

Click here to read the full Roadshow by CNet report: https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/2018-nissan-leaf-is-the-star-of-new-japanese-car-sharing-service/

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