No Charge To Charge
Musk says there'll "probably" be a solar roof option for the Model 3. Zipcar wants to help users vote. 90% of Nissan Leaf owners live in "No Charge To Charge" cities.
Which island will you need, the one with the stinky hoses or the one with the electricity?
But will this help increase sales?
Nissan is expanding its No Charge to Charge promotion to 11 new markets, such as Las Vegas, Cleveland, and Detroit.
Boston becomes the 17th market in the US to offer new Nissan Leaf buyers the No Charge To Charge program. At least eight more will be announced soon.
That loop of highways circumnavigating the city of Atlanta is about to get some fast chargers. And, for those driving newer Nissan Leaf electric vehicles, some free chargers as well, for the next couple of years. It's the new taste of southern hospitality.
The Northwest Automotive Press Association (NWAPA) has given the Lexus CT 200h its Favorite Hybrid title. It named the compact luxury hybrid its favorite of 2014 at its Drive Revolution in Portland (where it also named the new Volkswagen Golf TDI the John Beltz Snyder
Nissan knows that offering free charging can increase Leaf sales, so it only makes sense for them to expand the "No Charge to Charge" program. And that's exactly what happened yesterday.
UPDATE: It appears that Chargepoint has pulled out of the program.
Nissan has proof that giving away a bit of electricity makes buying a new Leaf all the more enticing. Thanks to a deal that offers free charging to some Leaf owners in Texas, one dealer there claims his Leaf sales have tripled. We don't see national sales climbing quite that high starting July 1 2014, but an a
Nissan is pretty certain that free charging offers in the two largest metropolitan areas in Texas are substantially boosting sales of the Leaf electric vehicle. Heck, one Houston car dealer says Leaf sales have tripled because of the plan, which is run by N