Nissan LEAF now the third best-selling car in Norway

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Record sales in first half to 2016 mean there are now 25,000 of the all-electric hatchback on the country's roads

The Nissan LEAF has been the third best-selling car Norway so far in 2016, the maker of the all-electric hatchback announced on Friday. The new figures show 2,450 LEAFs have been sold in the country...

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