Charting Nissan Sales And Infrastructure Progress: Infographics

APR 18 2014 BY JAY COLE 3

Nissan LEAF Sales Have Surged Since Production Came To The US

Nissan LEAF Sales Have Surged Since Production Came To The US

Earlier this week, Nissan debuted its all new 2 year free charging and EZ-ChargeSM card initiative to all new LEAF owners after April 1st of this year. (more/new infographics on that below)

And while Nissan was at it, the automaker also released some swell infographics on how the Nissan LEAF has been selling of late in the US and the world.  ie) very well

Total US sales have nearly eclipsed 50,000 units and 110,000 globally.  Also of note, Nissan says the “near-6,000” LEAFs sold in March around the world was also an all-time record.

Nissan LEAF Sales Globally Have Passed 110,000

Nissan LEAF Sales Globally Have Passed 110,000

Also confirmed was Nissan ambitious fast charging infrastructure goals for fiscal year 2013:

Nissan Passes 600 DC Fast Chargers In The US

Nissan Passes 600 DC Fast Chargers In The US

 

Details on Nissan’s new free charging and easy pass initiative.

Nissan LEAF "No Charge To Charge" Program Expands Free Charging Options To LEAF Owners

Nissan LEAF “No Charge To Charge” Program Expands Free Charging Options To LEAF Owners

Nissan Expands Available Free Charging Footprint To New LEAF Owners

Nissan Expands Available Free Charging To New LEAF Owners Via EZ-Charge Card

 

Nissan's Charging Initiative

Nissan’s Charging Initiative

Initial "Free Charging" Rollout Markets - Expanding To "At Least" 25 Cities by July of 2015

Initial “Free Charging” Rollout Markets – Expanding To “At Least” 25 Cities by July of 2015

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Do we know if the EZ Charge card allowances of 1/2 hr on QC and one hour on L2 is “per day”, or will people be stopping one charge session, re-plug, and start another?

I really hope it’s the former, unless Nissan plans on funding a lot of additional public charging infrastructure.

Atlanta didn’t make the top ten?