2012 Nissan LEAF is ready for launch in the new US markets

2012 Nissan LEAF is ready for launch in the new US markets

Nissan's North American arm has recently announced that the US consumers will soon be enjoying the pleasure of driving the 2012 Nissan LEAF, being available for order in Illinois and the Southeastern United States and featuring additional standard equipment that includes quick charging and cold weather features. Cold weather features include a battery warmer, heated steering wheel, heated seats in both the front and rear and become standard equipment on all trim levels of the Nissan LEAF as the car model rolls out to US markets that have colder climates.
On July 25, the car manufacturer is opening the ordering process to those consumers with existing reservations in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington D.C. and Virginia, with Nissan expanding into additional new markets as the year continues. The expected delivery of the 2012 Nissan LEAF will begin in the fall, beginning with Connecticut, New Jersey, Colorado, Massachusetts and New York, after the company has opened new reservations and orders to the general public on August 4 together with the places where the Nissan LEAF has already been available on sale, such as California, Arizona, Hawaii, Texas, Oregon, Tennessee and Washington. By the end of the year the eye-catching car model will be displayed on other American markets as well, Indiana, Delaware, Nevada, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Rhode Island. The product enhancements included in the 2012MY vehicle are DC Fast Charge capability standard on Nissan LEAF SL. For which the most consumers have opted as it allows the vehicle to be charged at 480V, thus reducing to less than 30 minutes in order to obtain an 80% charge of the car from a fully depleted state. Beginning with 2012, the SL trim level is planned to integrate the fast-charging capability as standard.
Nissan LEAF's retail price is $37,250 for the SL trim level and $35,200 for the SV trim level.


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