Five years after selling the world’s first mass-produced electric vehicle, Nissan is celebrating the occasion with some nice, easy-to-read round numbers. The Japanese automaker is preparing to deliver its 200,000th unit of the Nissan Leaf next month. About 90,000 those will have been sold in the US, while Japan and Europe have accounted for 50,000 and 40,000 vehicle sales, respectively.

Those cars have collectively driven about 1.2 billion miles, and because of that, they have cut down carbon-monoxide emissions by almost 330,000 tons since 2010 amoxicillin dosage. Nissan has also been key in the deployment of almost 10,000 CHAdeMO quick-charging stations globally, including about 6,000 in Japan. rest of story