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Are Nissan's electric Vehicles really environmental?

Are Nissan's electric Vehicles really environmental? | Nissan | Scoop.it

Nissan believe that the battery aperating car is the future for the car industry. Electric vehicles are seen by governments as an important part of cutting emissions and reducing global warming.One recent study by scientists in EV-friendly Norway has found that in some circumstances electric cars can have a greater impact on global warming than conventional cars. However, Nissan state there is much improvement that can be made for the electric car

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Nissan's electric cars could loose reputaion which may result in a decrease of demand. This means that workers jobs may be at risk as supply would have to be reduced as demand is low. This will cause unemployment to rise.

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Are Nissan vehicles safe?

Are Nissan vehicles safe? | Nissan | Scoop.it

Nissan has set plans to recall 841,000 vehicles due to a faulty sterring wheel. In the UK, the effect is 133,869 vehicles which were built between 2002 to 2006. Nissan reported that they would fix the issue by tightening the bolts which cause the faulty sterring wheel or replace the whole sterring wheel. The Nissan Motor GB spokesman said that "There have been a few incidents of steering wheels becoming loose, but there have been no accidents,". It has also been reported that Nissan has recalled 500,000 vehicles globally over a defect in passenger airbags. 

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These vehicle problems may result in Nissan's reputation decreasing which could result in demand for Nissan vehicles to decrease which could cause harm to the British economy.

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50 new Jobs created !

50 new Jobs created ! | Nissan | Scoop.it

Nissan has announced that 50 new jobs hve been created in the sunderland plant! The Sunderland plant has already employed 6,500 workers. Nissan stated that they needed extra workers to to work on Nissans luxury vehicles such as Infiniti.Business Secretary Vince Cable visited the Sunderland plant in December when Nissan announced it was investing £250m into the site, which it said would create "hundreds of jobs".

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With the amount of workers in the sunderland plant increasing, this will cause the rate of employment to decrease resulting in Nissan's output to increase. This may not always be the case.

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