Nissan Expands Availability of 2012 Nissan LEAF
When the 2011 Nissan LEAF was released last year, they could only be reserved in select states. The 2012 LEAF, Nissan has announced, will be available in more states when it is released.
The 2012 LEAF was first available for ordering in Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey and New York. By year's end, however, deliveries of the LEAF and standard quick-charging equipment will take place in all key markets.
Since it was introduced last year, eco-lovers and auto critics have applauded the LEAF. As the world's first mass-produced all-electric car, the waiting lists to buy one were extensive. But, in 2012, anybody who wants to experience the LEAF only has to stop into Royal Nissan at 9325 Airline Highway Baton Rouge, LA to take a test drive.
Growing concern over environmental change and gasoline prices have only added to the interest in all-electric vehicles. "Consumers have spoken, and it's clear that they are looking for a car that produces zero emissions and uses no gas," said Brian Carolin, senior VP of Sales and Marketing at Nissan North America.1
That said, Royal Nissan is excited to see the 2012 Nissan LEAF begin arriving in showrooms across the country, including our own. Interested in learning more about the LEAF? Check out the Nissan LEAF info page on our site to pre-order your vehicles, or submit the contact form and we'll get back to you with more info.