Nissan LEAF certified dealers only seven quebecois
Nissan Canada presented its network of dealers for Nissan LEAF fully electric
- 27 Nissan LEAF certified dealers in Canada -
Nissan Canada Inc. (NCI) today announced that 27 dealers selected by Nissan have successfully undergone the rigorous certification process that will allow them to provide sales, after-sales service and maintenance of the Nissan LEAF fully Electric Canada. Nissan LEAF certified dealers have sales facilities and modified maintenance and they have received specialized training to be able to offer customers the particular service that need their vehicle, just in time for the launch of the Nissan LEAF to the Canadian market.
The units were delivered to customers who operate some Canadian parks vehicles and at the end of August, Nissan will begin to accept reservations online Nissan LEAF from people who have already registered at www. nissan.ca / leaf and living close to a certified dealer.
"A fully electric car has different requirements in matters of sales and service. Our rigorous training process and certification to ensure an exceptional experience for drivers of the Nissan LEAF, "explained Michael Colleran, Regional Vice President responsible for sales representation and service sales of Nissan Canada, Inc." We are delighted to the reaction of our dealers. They are eager to offer the World Car of the year 2011 on the Canadian market. "
The power of the Nissan LEAF is based on a lithium-ion, to be handled, need bridges trucks and pallets specially adapted. In addition, maintenance of the electric vehicle must be realized by qualified technicians. As it has no engine, no oil and it has very few moving parts, Nissan LEAF require much less maintenance and a maintenance vehicle with a internal combustion engine.
When the time comes, all Nissan dealers across Canada to be certified electric vehicles, but for the launch, priority is given to the Established in regions where Nissan dealerships have partnered with local administrations and public services or support the adoption of electric vehicles.
Network of Nissan LEAF certified (by province)
• British Columbia (10 dealers):
o Morrey Nissan of Burnaby
o Regency Nissan, North Vancouver
o Downtown Nissan, Vancouver
o Southside Nissan, Vancouver
o Pan Pacific Nissan Richmond, Richmond
o Morrey Nissan of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam
o Newcastle Nissan Nanaimo
o Campus Nissan, Victoria
o Comox Valley Nissan, Courtenay
o Jonker Nissan Surrey
• Alberta (2 dealers):
o Brasso Nissan, Calgary
o Mills Nissan Edmonton
• Manitoba (1 dealer):
o Vickar Nissan, Winnipeg
• Ontario (6 dealers):
o Nissan Oakville, Oakville
o St Clair Motor Service, Toronto
o Maple Nissan, Maple
o Nissan Avenue, Toronto
o 401 Dixie Nissan in Mississauga
o Huntclub Nissan Ottawa
• Quebec (7 dealers):
o Auto Gouverneur Nissan Laval
o Cite Nissan, Montreal
o Park Avenue Nissan, Brossard
o Nissan Boucherville, Boucherville
o Capital Nissan, Vanier
o Nissan Beauport, Quebec
o Nissan Gabriel, East, Anjou
• Nova Scotia (1 dealer):
o O'Regan's Nissan Halifax, Halifax
To learn more about the reservation process for the Nissan LEAF, visit www.media.nissan.ca.
One of the most examined car industry for good reason, Nissan LEAFMC is the first fully electric vehicle in the world 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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