Nissan Electric Vehicles

nissan logoNissan, headquartered in Japan, is a multinational automobile manufacturer. Nissan’s name was first used in the 1930s. It originated as an abbreviation for Nihon Sangyo used on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Nissan motor organized in 1934 and completed the Yokohama plant in 1935 when the first car manufactured by an integrated assembly system was produced.

Since the 1950s, Nissan has produced a large range of cars and trucks that were initially made for domestic use but have been exported all around the world. In 1997, Nissan introduced its first battery operated electric vehicle, the Nissan Altra. In 2010, the Nissan LEAF was introduced as the first all-electric, mass-market vehicle.

Nissan and the Environment

Nissan has set it sights on becoming carbon neutral by 2050. Through the vehicle lifecycle and their operations, Nissan is planning on building a cleaner society.

The company has decades-long programs in place to reduce emissions that benefit society and the environment.


Nissan Electric Vehicles

Nissan All-Electric Vehicles

LEAF

white nissan leaf

100% Electric Driving
Zero Tailpipe Emissions, Instant Acceleration And Fun, Electric-only Benefits
Models: S, SV, S PLUS, SV PLUS, SL PLUS

Learn more about the Nissan LEAF

ARIYA

bronze nissan ariya

Coming 2023
Dual-motor, e-4ORCE All-Wheel Drive system, Driver assist technologies
Models: Venture+, Evolve+, Premiere, Platinum

Learn more about the Nissan ARIYA

Model Driving Range Level 1 Charging Time (120V) Level 2 Charging Time (240V)
LEAF 149 to 226-mile range 29 – 40 hours (full charge)
Est. 5 miles per hour
8 – 11.5 hours (full charge)
Est. 18 miles per hour *
ARIYA 265 to 300-mile range Not specified Not specified

Nissan Vehicles Home Charger Installation

What to install a Nissan LEAF charging station? We are happy to provide you an estimate to install an EV charger for whichever Nissan vehicle you have. Please visit this page to fill out a little bit of information on your home and vehicle. Shortly after you fill out the form, you will receive an automated email with an estimate. You can also call us at (818) 446-0888 to speak with someone on our Service Team.

More information about EVs and EV chargers.