Where to charge your Nissan Car?
Nissan has announced an extension of its “No Charge to Charge” promotion to 11 new markets including in the USA. What this means is if you buy a Nissan electric or plug-in vehicle and you live in one of the now 38 cities you may never pay for a charge again! You can charge your Nissan for free!
Nissan first launched its “No Charge to Charge” promotion in 10 markets in July 2014, and it is now available in a total of 38 markets in the U.S., offering new LEAF buyers two years of complimentary public charging with the purchase or lease of the all-electric car from participating LEAF-certified dealers.
The economics are easy — when you buy a Nissan LEAF you save money on fuel and spend less on regular maintenance costs, and that’s in addition to federal and state tax incentives and other benefits that are available in select markets,” said Brian Maragno, director, Nissan Electric Vehicle Sales and Marketing. “We know that public charging is a key element in providing additional range confidence for electric vehicle drivers, and free public charging is a great way to make Nissan LEAF an unrivaled value for the average American driver.
Here is an infographic provided by Nissan that explains the program.
Consumers can find chargers eligible for “No Charge to Charge” via the LEAF EZ-Charge app for iOS or Android or at EZ-Charge.com/Stations.
Really You Can Charge Your Nissan For Free?
List of No Charge to Charge Cities
Nissan’s “No Charge to Charge” program is now available in 38 of the top markets for Nissan LEAF sales, including
- Dallas-Ft. Worth
- Las Vegas
- Los Angeles
- Minneapolis-St. Paul
- New York
- Portland, Ore.
- Reno, Sacramento
- Salt Lake City
- San Diego
- San Francisco
- Santa Barbara
- Seattle, Washington D.C.
Nissan joins Tesla Motors in offering no charge charging for their vehicles and we expect to see many other following suit.
Soon there will be no reason at all to by a gas or diesel ( really no reason) vehicle.
Gordon’s expertise in the area of industrial energy efficiency and alternative energy. He is an experienced electrical engineer with a Masters degree in Alternative Energy technology. He is the co-founder of several renewable energy media sites including Solar Thermal Magazine.