Nissan Canada has already completed his first book orders for LEAF
Reservations for the first stage of the sale of the Nissan LEAF in Canada COMPLETED
- First Nissan LEAF reserved by Canadians flew in two hours
Over the weekend, Nissan Canada opened the reservation process for the Nissan LEAF: In less than two hours, all Nissan LEAF model-year 2011 available have been reserved by Canadian consumers. On Saturday, August 27 at noon, the people on www.nissan.ca / leaf and living close to a Nissan LEAF certified dealer have been invited to reserve a Nissan LEAF, the one step closer to the date of delivery of their fully electric car that will soon be plugged into their garage.
"Since we revealed the Nissan LEAF for the first time in 2009, the reaction of Canadians was amazing. So we have not been surprised to see the 40 vehicles of the 2011 model year to fly in two hours, "stated Judy Wheeler, Director of Marketing, Nissan Canada, Inc." We expect to continue this momentum to when the recovery process of reservations in the next months for vehicles of model year 2012. Remain therefore the lookout, because very soon you will see more and more Nissan LEAF invade the streets of Canadian cities. "
Delivery to consumers only carriages during the first stage of sale will begin in September and will continue this fall. Nissan will manage the rigorous procurement process for the first stage, the consumer registration on www.nissan.ca / leaf, until they take possession of their Nissan LEAF, that they lead and plug for the first time in their charging station at home. With the 2012 model year, Nissan plans to sell about 600 Nissan LEAF to the Canadian market with staggered reservations on several stages over the next year.
Reservations for the Nissan LEAF model year 2012 will begin in the coming months in accordance with the following criteria:
To book, consumers must be registered on www.nissan.ca / leaf and live close to a Nissan LEAF certified dealer. All details, including the precise time or reservations begin, will be announced in advance by email.
Fee of $ 99 (fully refundable) is required to confirm the booking.
After having organized an assessment for the installation of a charging station at home, customers will receive an invitation to order a Nissan LEAF.
Customers then ask a submission to a local Nissan dealer certifies LEAF and continue the purchase process until they take possession of their vehicle.
One of the most examined car industry for good reason, Nissan LEAF is the first fully electric vehicle in the world destined to mass market, adapted to the daily needs of consumers and was recently named World Car of the Year 2011 .
Nissan LEAF is a car rear tailgate intermediary offering plenty of cargo space and comfortable seats that can accommodate five adults. On a range of 160 km (depending on the LA4 test cycle EPA) with total charge, Nissan LEAF provides 90% of Canadians autonomy they need to perform their daily displacements. The charging station at home 240 v can fully recharge the battery in seven hours; Moreover, a rapid charger can charge level 3 80% in the battery only 26 minutes.
Powered by a lithium-ion developping 107 horsepower and 207 lb-ft of torque, the Nissan LEAF is a nervous and pleasant car to drive. As the Nissan LEAF does not possess traditional engine, it is extremely quiet. Thus, for safety reasons, an external sound system has been integrated to warn pedestrians that the car approach. In April, Nissan LEAF has received the award "Security First choice" (Top Safety Pick) of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The dashboard displays regularly updated information on the independence and effectiveness of the conduct; a telematics system called CARWINGS allows the driver to communicate with the car via a smart phone to operate remotely the air conditioner or heater, as well as to manage and monitor the charging of the battery.
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