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Nissan LEAF now available in all 50 states
1 March 2012
As of 1 March, Nissan North America Inc. (NNA) is expanding availability pf the LEAF EV for all US markets. The LEAF, is now the first electric car to be available nationwide.
More than 22,000 have been sold globally, and have accumulated more than 30 million miles, according to Brian Carolin, senior vice president, Sales & Marketing, NNA.
Reservation holders in the remaining 21 states will receive emails from Nissan inviting them to engage in the Nissan LEAF ordering process. One week later, anyone living in these new markets will have the opportunity to place a reservation and order a Nissan LEAF. Deliveries will start taking place in these new markets by summer.
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