Nissan plans car-sharing service in Japan
The service, named e-share mobi, will start in 15 January 2018, and will initially feature the all-new electric Nissan Leaf and the Nissan Note e-Power.
YOKOHAMA: Nissan is planning to introduce a car-sharing service in Japan enabling users to experience the company’s advanced technologies in vehicle electrification and intelligence, as part of its Nissan Intelligent Mobility initiative. The service, named e-share mobi, will begin in 15 January 2018, and will initially feature the all-new electric Nissan Leaf and the Nissan Note e-Power. Member enrollment will start on 8 December 2017. The innovative service will let users across Japan experience Nissan’s autonomous driving technologies and the excitement of its electric drive systems. It will initially be offered at about 30 stations in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Shizuoka, Osaka, Hyogo, Kyoto, Shiga, Nara, Wakayama and other prefectures in Japan. It will also be expanded to other regions throughout the nation. With no monthly membership fee, e-share mobi aims to offer unconventional value through peace of mind, ease of use and comfort for customers.