Nissan LEAF Level 2 Charger Giveaway


Nissan LEAF Level 2 Charger Giveaway

Nissan LEAF Level 2 Charger Giveaway

Nissan recently announced a Level 2 charger giveaway promotion.  Here are all the details:

This offer applies to all new MY2013 or later Nissan LEAF vehicles (i) purchased or leased from a participating dealer that is located in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Orlando-Daytona, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City, Portland, Sacramento, Washington D.C. markets, AND (ii) purchased or leased between December 2, 2014 and January 2, 2015. Level 2 (240 volt) charger installation not included. Standard kWh electricity rates apply. See participating dealer for details.

Purchase or Lease Any 2013 or Later Nissan LEAF and Receive a Complimentary Level 2 Home EV Charging Station

From now until January 2nd, 2015


Q1: What brand of level 2 charger will I receive?
A1: Customers qualifying for the complimentary home charging station will receive an AeroVironment EVSE-RS level 2 charger.

Q2: I don’t live inside one of the participating DMAs. Can I purchase a LEAF from a dealer inside a participating DMA and still receive my complimentary level 2 charger?
A2: Eligibility for a complimentary level 2 charger is determined by location of dealership, not customer address. Those purchasing a LEAF in a participating market at a LEAF certified dealership will qualify for the program.

Q3: Who do I call to install my charger?
A3: We recommend calling a local certified electrician. You may check with your dealer to see if they can provide you with a list of recommended installers.

Q4: When will I receive my level 2 charger?
A4: Your level 2 charger will be shipped by the supplier to the address provided on the claim form within two weeks of the dealer submitting the form and reporting the retail sale.

Q5: Is the charger covered under warranty?
A5: Yes, the level 2 charger will have a 3 year limited warranty. Details provided with charger.

Q6: How much will charging my LEAF at home affect my monthly utility bill?
A6: Your monthly utility bill increase will depend on your utility company and how often you charge at home. We suggest calling your utility company to determine if they offer discounted rates or charging programs for customers with Electric Vehicles.

Q7: I don’t have a garage. Can the charger be installed outside?
A7: The charger is certified safe for indoor/outdoor use. We suggest checking with a certified electrician to make sure there is a suitable location on the outside of your home.

Q8: I can’t install the charger at my home. Can I have the charger installed at another location such as a relative’s home or my office?
A8: Once you receive your complimentary level 2 charger the installation location is your decision. We would advise you to discuss your desired location with a certified electrician to determine if the location is suitable.

Q9: I don’t need a home charging station. Can I have cash instead or take the charger value off the price of my LEAF?
A9: No.

Are you eligible for a free level 2 charger?  If so, act quickly as time is running out to get your freebie.

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That’s quite a long list of cities. Atlanta is the number one market for the Leaf so why in the world would Nissan leave them off the list!?

Because they are already selling great in Atlanta. San Francisco area also left off the list, probably for the same reason.

They also have their NCTC No Charge To Charge program. They are really eliminating any reason a person may have to not drive electric.
We Love our LEAF. We have had a LEAF for over 3 years. The surround view is amazing, the updated maps and charge location on line in the car is super. Their Air Cond /Heating heat pump system is 3 to 4 times better than any other vehicles. Only my bicycle is more efficient.

It would be even more awesome if this was rolled out nationwide.

It would be interesting to see if they gave u a substantial discount AND an EVSE.. If so, it would be a really good deal.

I just bought a 2013 Leaf S, from Missoula, Montana. No free L2 for me, but I already have L2 in the garage. There aren’t that many ’13’s left out there, and none in many of these markets. Current incentive on ’13’s is $7500 dealer cash. With VPP pricing of invoice minus $1000, plus $1000 Leaf Loyalty incentive, price came I right at $20,000. After Fed. Tax incentive of $7500 this car will end up costing me about $12,500, and there is a Washington state sales tax exemption on BEV’s.

What I’d really like to see is Nissan installing a QC or two at dealerships in this area of Eastern Washington. The 2012 Leaf that I am terminating the lease on has a Chademo QC port that has never been used because there aren’t any on this side of the state.

This should give Aerovironment some substantial inventory reduction, lol.

So it is about a $800 discount…

I guess that is one way to push the LEAF off the lot.