Nissan sold 1,362 Leaf electric vehicles in the U.S. in August, compared with General Motors’ 302 deliveries of the Chevrolet Volt extended-range EV, WardsAuto data shows. While Nissan can claim victory, both Leaf and Volt sales so far this year are well-below the pace expected when the EVs first went on sale late last year. Nissan also saw good results from its Altima midsize car, up 19.7% and accounting for 23,016 of the auto maker’s 91,541 deliveries last month. The new Versa sedan ...

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