For the 2016 model year, LEAF adds a number of significant enhancements – beginning with a new 30 kWh battery for LEAF SV and LEAF SL models that delivers an EPA-estimated driving range of 107 miles* on a fully charged battery. The range of a LEAF S model is 84 miles, giving buyers a choice in affordability and range.
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For the 2016 model year, LEAF adds a number of significant enhancements – beginning with a new 30 kWh battery for LEAF SV and LEAF SL models that delivers an EPA-estimated driving range of 107 miles* on a fully charged battery. The range of a LEAF S model is 84 miles, giving buyers a choice in affordability and range.

Nissan announced today that it is expanding its “No Charge to Charge” program to 3 more markets: New York, Philadelphia and Santa Barbara.

Under the program, new LEAF buyers will have access to some chargers in EZ-Charge’s network for 2 years. The first 30 minutes of each DC charging session and 60 minutes of each level 2 charging session will be free.

Nissan now offers “No Charge to Charge” in 26 of the markets in the US including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, Fresno, Seattle, Portland (Oregon), Chicago, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Nashville, Phoenix, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Houston, Denver, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Boston, Monterey, Austin, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Philadelphia, Santa Barbara and New York.

EZ-Charge’s network in each new market:

 

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