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Nissan charging station
Nissan was one of the Pioneers of electric vehicles when they released their first all-electric vehicle the Nissan Leaf way back in 2011. Since then the Nissan Leaf has received some upgrades to standard equipment and the battery packs to improve overall performance. Highly regarded the world over there have been 250,000 Nissan Leafs sold worldwide. Although there is no specific Nissan charging station, the Leaf comes standard with a portable trickle charger which can be plugged into a wall outlet. Level 2 Nissan Charging stations have been installed in most Leaf drivers homes to provide faster, safer and more reliable EV charging. The best Nissan charging station will have a Type 1 (J1772) cable attached to the unit and be either 4.6kW or 7.4kW. Just like you do with your phone, simply plug In your Nissan Leaf into your Nissan charging station when you arrive home, and come back when you are ready to leave with a full charge. In addition, many Nissan charging stations have been installed in public car parks, workplaces and by municipalities to support and drive further uptake of Nissan electric vehicles. These include both Fast AC Nissan Charging stations as well as Fast DC Nissan charging stations. To support Fast DC Nissan Leaf charging, the ChargePoint will have a CHAdeMO connection which will allow rapid charging to 80% in around 30 mins. The ChargePoint on the Nissan leaf is found at the front of the car in a flap underneath the emblem. Here you will find the Type 1 J1772 and CHAdeMO inlets for you to connect to the Nissan Charging station.
Recently Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn announced the production of the 2018 Nissan Leaf with a far greater range and even more exciting technology. If the success of the original Nissan leaf is anything to go by, you may not need to visit a Nissan charging station as often with the greater freedom which the 2018 Nissan Leaf will bring.