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New EV Nissan Models

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EV Models for Sale in Michigan

 

With their sleek appearance and state-of-the-art innovation, you don’t want to miss out on everything these latest EV models at Jeffrey Nissan have to offer. Along with offering impressive efficiency, new Nissan LEAF and ARIYA models also provide owners with instant thrills and plenty of electric power. An extensive suite of our Nissan Intelligent Mobility features comes standard on both the 2022 Nissan LEAF and the new 2023 ARIYA crossover, making them some of the most innovative vehicle options throughout our entire lineup. If advanced technology leaves fingerprints, our latest EV models are absolutely covered in them.

 
 
 

Nissan Ariya

 

From a feeling of intelligence to a sense of serenity, a rush of power to an easier commute, Nissan ARIYA models open up your world so you can step in and embrace it. Nissan ARIYA provides a clear picture of all the ways innovative thinking can assist California drivers, and with both standard and long-range versions there’s nothing to stand in your way.

 
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Nissan LEAF

 

While a standard 40 kWh battery provides instant acceleration, Nissan LEAF’s available 62 kWh battery also offers instant exhilaration! Emphasizing both convenience and comfort, everything inside your new 2022 Nissan LEAF was strategically placed to be well within reach, including handy 60/40-split rear seats that can easily accommodate both people and cargo.

 
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Understanding EVs

 

Electric vehicles (EVs) are fun to drive, cheaper and easier to maintain than gas-powered vehicles, and contribute fewer emissions into the air. With tax incentives available and a fast-growing network of charging stations, find out if owning an EV is the right choice for you.

 
 
 

Which EV is Right for Me?

Battery Electric

 

Fully electric cars offer the smallest environmental footprint and the biggest savings on maintenance and fuel.

Plug-In Hybrids

 

Plug-In hybrids have a rechargeable electric motor and a gas-powered engine to extend the range if needed.

Traditional Hybrid

 

Powered by an electric motor and gas-powered engine, hybrids recharge as you drive. Tax credits and other benefits may not apply.

 
 
 

Benefits of Plugging In

Federal Tax Credit

 

A federal tax rebate up to of $7,500 is available on many EV models.

Local Incentives

 

Even more savings from your state and/or utility company.

Low Cost to Own

 

EV owners can expect to spend half as much on maintenance and repair (Consumer Reports).

Fuel Up At Home

 

Charge while you sleep, work, or at a growing number of public chargers.

Quick and Quiet

 

Enjoy fast and smooth acceleration, better handling, and a quieter ride.

Best of Both Worlds

 

Plug-in hybrids provide electric range for short trips and gas-power for longer journeys.

 
 
 

Owning an EV

Understanding Charging

 

Charging times vary depending on the type of charger used.

Level 1 chargers use a standard household outlet and charge about 2-5 miles of range per hour, making Level 1 a good choice for plug-in hybrid vehicles but not battery electric vehicles.

Level 2 chargers can be installed at your home by a professional electrician and charge about 10-20 miles of range per hour. A good choice for any EV when charging overnight or all day is possible.

Level 3 fast chargers are the most efficient and can be found at commercial locations. Level 3 can charge about 60-80 miles of range in about 20 minutes, making it a good choice for any EV when a quick charge is needed on the go.

Charging from Home

 

For plug-in hybrid vehicles a standard outlet (Level 1) will be enough for overnight charging. For battery electric vehicles, a Level 2 charger will require professional installation by a licensed electrician. If you live in an apartment or condo, consider talking with the property owner about installing a charger or use a nearby public charger. Talk to our sales staff to find out more about charging from home.

Battery Care

 

Most batteries will last between 100,000 and 200,000 miles when properly cared for. With battery technology continually advancing, that number will continue to increase. If you can keep your battery between 20% and 80% charged most days and avoid extremely hot temperatures, you can expect your maintenance to be minimal.

 

 

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