EV enthusiast Goodier was the first person to own a Nissan LEAF in Britain, takes ownership of his THIRD EV!

Mark Goodier, North London resident and former BBC broadcaster was the first person in Britain to own an electric vehicle, has now taken ownership of his third since 2011, ALL supplied by Glyn Hopkin! Mark also harnesses solar power through the roof panels on his house to recharge his electric cars – A genuine EV enthusiast and zero-emissions advocate.

On taking his new Nissan, Mark Goodier commented: “I’ve loved every moment and every clean mile I’ve driven in my previous LEAF models. My passion for electric vehicles means I’m a vocal advocate for them, too. So much has happened in their production and development as a viable alternative to ICE cars that I’m pleased to say several good friends, a few of whom are lifelong petrol-heads, have made the switch too.” Fleet Director, Dean Quy handed over Goodier's brand new 2018 Nissan LEAF, 7 years after handing over his first LEAF! Read Goodier’s story here.

Glyn Hopkin Fleet Director, Dean Quy, also said: “The ‘seven-year itch’ theory couldn’t be further from the truth for Mark After thousands of miles of zero-emissions motoring, he’s more passionate than ever about electric cars. It was a great pleasure to hand over his third Nissan LEAF, especially since we shook hands on his first LEAF, back in 2011.”

The all-new award winning 100% electric Nissan LEAF features a 40kWh battery that provides an extended driving range of up to 235 miles, infotainment technology and intelligent driving systems like ProPILOT, e-Pedal, Intelligent Around View Monitor and Blind Sport Warning.