Nissan Adds Boston To No-Charge-To-Charge Program

2 years ago by Mark Kane 6

2015 Nissan LEAF Charging

2015 Nissan LEAF Charging

2015 Nissan LEAF

2015 Nissan LEAF

Nissan expanded the “No Charge to Charge” program to include the Boston-area.

Boston-area is now  the17th US market where you can buy or lease a new LEAF and for two years charge for free from participating charging networks, through EZ-Charge card.

“The promotion includes access to fast chargers that can charge a LEAF battery pack from empty to 80 percent in about 30 minutes, as well as level 2 (240V) chargers spread throughout the Boston area.”

By the end of the year, Nissan hopes to launch “No Charge to Charge” in at least 25 markets. At least 8 more to go this year means one new market every 3 weeks on average.

Hopefully expanding the “No Charge to Charge” will soften the falling sales curve until the new model year LEAF appears.

Andrew Speaker, director, Electric Vehicle (EV) Sales & Marketing, Nissan said:

“Nissan LEAF is an attractive option for Boston car buyers because it is fun to drive and offers significantly lower operating costs when compared to a gas-powered car. EV charging infrastructure continues to grow in Boston, and access to free public charging for new LEAF buyers helps make owning an all-electric vehicle even more cost-effective and convenient.”

Nissan now offers “No Charge to Charge” in 17 markets for the Nissan LEAF:

  1. Atlanta
  2. Boston
  3. Chicago
  4. Dallas-Ft. Worth
  5. Denver
  6. Fresno
  7. Houston
  8. Indianapolis
  9. Los Angeles
  10. Nashville
  11. Phoenix
  12. Portland, Oregon
  13. Sacramento
  14. San Diego
  15. San Francisco
  16. Seattle
  17. Washington, D.C.

Learn more about EZ-Charge here.

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6 responses to "Nissan Adds Boston To No-Charge-To-Charge Program"

  1. sven says:

    Wicked awesome!

    1. Brian says:

      No Chahge to Chahge. Wicked!

      1. Speculawyer says:

        You can pahk the cah in Hahvahd squahe and chahge faw no chahge!

        Gina McCahthy of the EPA sez this is good faw reducing cahbon emissions.

  2. Lou Grinzo says:

    And speaking of the Leaf — the long-running $3,500 NMAC discount for buying a Leaf is now $5,000, good until 7/31/2015.

    (I found this via the cars.com inventory search feature.)

  3. Steven says:

    Again, no love for Philadelphia.

  4. DNAinaGoodWay says:

    If you filter PlugShare for NCTC only, you get all the new NRG eVgo Stations and the Patriot Place L2s, and that’s it. Good deal for new LEAF owners as NRG costs $10 for a 30 min QC.