In an effort to speed the expansion of electric vehicle charging and build consumer awareness of the capability of the all-electric Nissan LEAF, Nissan will support installation of more than 100 DC quick chargers at LEAF-certified dealers in 21 key markets nationwide. Continue reading Nissan to Add Electric Vehicle Quick Charging at More Than 100 U.S. Leaf-Certified Dealerships
- Addition of a new LEAF S trim level lowers entry price by more than $6,000, or 18 percent
- Available federal and state incentives can bring price down to less than $19,000
- Improved energy efficiency, faster charging times and greater customer choice headline 2013 model year improvements
Andy Palmer, executive vice president at Nissan, said the company had no plans to upgrade the purely electric Leaf with a new, longer-range battery, or to add an active temperature management system for its battery packs. Mr. Palmer, at a press briefing on Tuesday in Lower Manhattan, discussed the automaker’s E.V. strategy in light of recent attacks aimed at the program.