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Charging time depends on a few factors, like the size of your vehicle’s battery and the voltage coming from the outlet.
Fast chargers will fill even the largest battery in 60 minutes. If you’re using a 220-240 volt outlet it will be between 7.5 and 11 hours. Finally, systems running 120 volts will take around two and a half days to fully charge.
Many Leaf drivers have installed charging stations at their homes, allowing them to fill the battery whenever they’re in their own driveway. Customers without a home plug will need to find public charging stations.
Fortunately, Ajax and the surrounding area are very electric vehicle friendly. On this map, you’ll see some of the closest public charging stations. The Canadian government is also investing in 50,000 EV charging stations across the nation.
Click here for a full interactive map of locations near you.
Ajax Nissan has the region’s largest used Leaf inventory, and for a limited time, we’re offering some bonuses to sweeten the deal.
While supplies last customers purchasing a qualified used Leaf will get a free set of winter tires to put on the vehicle, as well as lifetime tire storage courtesy of Ajax Nissan.
Our sales team is even willing to bring the car to your front door, with home delivery anywhere in the Greater Toronto Area.
According to many studies, electric vehicles can save owners thousands of dollars over the course of their lifetime, compared to internal combustion engines.
With the difference in price between gas and electricity EV owners can save up to $2,000 on the price of fuel alone. That doesn’t include the money saved on regular maintenance, insurance premiums and government rebates.
A certified pre-owned LEAF combines the technology of 100% electric power with the benefits of Nissan’s Certified Pre-Owned program. Say goodbye to gasoline and hello to reduced routine maintenance costs.
There are two power and battery pack combinations you can find in the leaf: a 40kWh battery with a 148bhp electric motor; and an e+ version with a bigger 62kWh pack with a 214bhp motor.
Like a number of electric cars, the Leaf has instant acceleration away from a standstill. The least powerful version has a 0-60mph time of around eight seconds – much nippier than its main rivals.
The Canadian government is moving to increase how many electric vehicles are on the road.
To go along with the investment in charging stations the government recently invested heavily in electric vehicle manufacturers. This investment into Zero-emission Vehicles means soon we will see more Ontario drivers behind the wheel of an electric car, that was made in Canada.
For more details about what the government is planning with regard to ZEV click here.