Nissan LEAF charging inlets
November is the right time to buy a Nissan LEAF in Chicago area as Nissan just added Chicago as 12th market in its “No Charge to Charge” promotion.
24-months of free access to charging points (1-hour for L2 AC, and 30-minutes for DC quick chargers) will be granted to all who bought a new LEAF since November 1.
"With “No Charge to Charge,” new LEAF buyers can enjoy added range confidence with free access to fast chargers** spread throughout Chicagoland at retail stores, tollway oases and other convenient locations for drivers. As part of the promotion, LEAF drivers will also enjoy free one-hour charging sessions at more than 140 level 2 (240 volt) charging stations**."
On the “No Charge to Charge” website we spot approximately 70 charging points (see map below), but maybe the data isn't not current.
Brendan Jones, director, Nissan Electric Vehicle Sales and Infrastructure Strategy stated:
“Nissan LEAF is an attractive option for Chicago car buyers for a number of reasons, such as the available Illinois Alternative Fuels Rebate of up to $4,000* and significantly lower operating costs than a gas-powered car. Adding free public fast charging in Chicagoland gives Nissan LEAF an even greater competitive edge over other vehicles, regardless of their fuel source.”
“No Charge to Charge” markets:
- San Francisco
- Los Angeles
- San Diego
- Portland, Oregon
- Dallas-Ft. Worth,
- Washington, D.C.
No Charge to Charge in Chicago