New Nissan Leaf Buyers in Indianapolis Get "No Charge To Charge" | Edmunds

New Nissan Leaf Buyers in Indianapolis Get "No Charge To Charge"

INDIANAPOLIS — New Nissan Leaf buyers in the Indianapolis-area market will get two years of no-cost public charging, courtesy of the automaker's "No Charge to Charge" program.

The extension of the program to Indianapolis was announced on Friday.

Customers who purchase or lease a new Leaf beginning on April 1 will receive complimentary charging at nine Ricker's locations, plus three additional stations at Indianapolis-area Simon Property malls.

Ricker's is an Indianapolis-based operator of fuel and convenience stores.

Nissan said this effort represents the "largest city-wide deployment of EV chargers at a chain of fueling stations in the U.S."

Indianapolis is the 14th market in the U.S. where Nissan has launched the "No Charge to Charge" program.

The EV-charging infrastructure in the U.S. is growing on an almost daily basis.

The U.S. Department of Energy says there are 9,264 public-charging stations for electric vehicles here with 23,370 charging outlets. Most of them are clustered on either coast.

Key competitors to the Nissan Leaf include the Chevrolet Spark EV, Fiat 500e and Kia Soul EV.

Edmunds says: Car shoppers in Indianapolis get another good reason to consider the Nissan Leaf.

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