Nissan Expands No Charge to Charge Program for LEAF Drivers

A few months ago, Nissan started a pilot program called “No Charge to Charge” for new LEAF owners. Now, Nissan has announced it is expanding the program to include 10 of the top U.S. markets for LEAF sales and will add at least 15 more markets within the next year.

With this program, LEAF drivers will have free access to eligible public charging stations for two years. So, not only will they not be paying for gasoline, but charging up their battery will be free, too!

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In addition to expanding this program, Nissan plans to have 500 quick charging stations installed at Nissan dealerships across the United States. These quick chargers can get your LEAF battery up to 80 percent capacity in about 30 minutes.

“Free charging is a great way for Nissan and our charging partners to make LEAF an unbeatable value for the average American driver,” said Brendan Jones, director, Nissan Electric Vehicle Sales and Infrastructure, in a press release. “The popularity of ‘No Charge to Charge’ since our April announcement shows that public charging spurs range confidence and additional LEAF sales.”

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