Nissan’s “No Charge To Charge” program expands to 10 new markets

Participating Nissan LEAFs have spent a combined 19.4 years at public fast-charge stations while saving more than $4.2 million in charging fees “No Charge to Charge” program can save new LEAF owners as much as $1,000 over two years and up to $10 per charge

Nissan’s popular “No Charge to Charge” program expands to 10 new markets, continuing the push to provide LEAF owners with no-cost public charging. The program offers new LEAF buyers free public charging for the first two years of ownership, drastically reducing or completely eliminating the costs of operating their vehicle.

The significantly expanded list of markets now included in the two-year “No Charge to Charge” program are:

Charleston, S.C.
Charlotte, N.C.
Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Colorado
Greenville/Spartanburg/Asheville/Anderson, N.C./S.C.
Jacksonville, Florida
Palm Springs, Florida
Portland/Auburn, Maine
Tampa/St. Petersburg/Sarasota, Florida

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The addition of these 10 new markets expands the reach of the No Charge to Charge program to 48 cities across the country,” said Brian Maragno, director, Nissan Electric Vehicle Sales and Marketing. “Since the program kicked off in the summer of 2014, owners have saved over $4.2 million in public charging fees.”

Nissan’s partnership with multiple public charging networks provides new owners access to more than 800 participating quick public charging stations, making life with an electric vehicle (EV) easier than ever. With public charging spots conveniently located throughout each city, LEAF owners can charge their electric vehicles up to 80-percent capacity in as little as 30 minutes.

All of our recent investments in expanding public quick charging have been in dual-corded equipment, providing access and availability to multiple other EV models,” said Maragno. “‘EV Infrastructure for All’ is important to move the entire industry forward. We intend to continue our inclusive efforts to ensure all EV drivers have access to public quick charging that is open and convenient to use.”

Like previously announced markets, new LEAF owners receive complementary public charging for an unlimited number of uses during the first 24 months of ownership. Through the “No Charge to Charge” program, customers can expect to save as much as $1,000 over the two-year period and up to $10 per charge depending on their city.

Consumers can find chargers eligible for “No Charge to Charge” via the LEAF EZ-Charge app for iOS or Android or at

Complete List of “No Charge to Charge” Cities

Ariz. Phoenix
Calif. Fresno/Visalia
Los Angeles
Palm Springs
San Diego
San Francisco
Santa Barbara
Colo. Colorado Springs/Pueblo
Fla. Jacksonville
St. Petersburg/Sarasota
Ga. Atlanta
Ill. Chicago
Ind. Indianapolis
Mass. Boston
Md. Baltimore
Maine Portland/Auburn
Mich. Detroit
Minn. Minneapolis-St. Paul
N.C. Raleigh-Durham
Nev. Las Vegas
N.Y. Albany/Schenectady/Troy
New York
Ohio Cincinnati
Ore. Portland
Pa. Philadelphia
R.I./Mass. Providence/New Bedford
S.C. Charleston
N.C./S.C. Greenville/Spartanburg/
Tenn. Chattanooga
Texas Austin
Dallas-Ft. Worth
Utah Salt Lake City
Va./Md. Washington D.C.
Wash. Seattle
Wisc. Milwaukee

About the Nissan LEAF

With more than 228,000 global sales and more than 95,000 in the U.S., Nissan LEAF is the world’s best-selling electric car. The 2016 Nissan LEAF has a starting price of $26,700** after the federal tax credit of $7,500 for the SV model and $29,290** for LEAF SL after the federal tax credit. Both the SV and SL models boast an EPA-rated range of 107 miles on a single charge. Nissan LEAF S models continue to be equipped with a 24 kWh battery with an EPA-estimated range of 84*** miles. Starting price for 2016 Nissan LEAF S grade remains $21,510** after the federal tax incentive.

All LEAF models feature an 80kW AC synchronous motor that generates 107 horsepower and 187 lb-ft of torque, providing a highly responsive, fun-to-drive experience that consumers often expect from traditional, gasoline-powered vehicles. Unlike internal combustion engine-equipped vehicles, LEAF has no tailpipe, which means there is no emission of CO2 or other greenhouse gases.

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2016 Nissan LEAF as low as $21,510 net value after maximum federal tax credit of $7,500 for S grade. MSRP $29,010 for S grade. Dealer sets actual price. Prices and spec are subject to change without notice. Excludes tax, title, license and destination charges. The incentive referenced is for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute tax or legal advice. All persons considering use of available incentives should consult with their own tax or legal professional to determine eligibility, specific amount of incentives available, if any, and further details. Destination and handling $850.

2016 EPA Fuel Economy Estimate Nissan LEAF 2016 S Trim 126 city, 101 highway. Based on EPA formula of 33.7 kW/hour equal to one gallon of gasoline energy, EPA rated the LEAF® equivalent to 126 MPGe measured as gasoline fuel efficiency in city driving, and 101 MPGe in highway driving. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions — use for comparison only. 2016 EPA range of 84 miles. 2016 EPA Fuel Economy Estimate Nissan LEAF 2016 SV & SL Trim: 2016 EPA Fuel Economy Estimate 124 city, 101 highway. Based on EPA formula of 33.7 kW/hour equal to one gallon of gasoline energy, EPA rated the LEAF® equivalent to 124 MPGe measured as gasoline fuel efficiency in city driving, and 101 MPGe in highway driving. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions — use for comparison only. 2016 EPA range of 107 miles.