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Myth: Replacing the battery on the 2013 Nissan LEAF will be expensive.  Fact: "The Lithium-ion Battery Coverage guarantees the battery will maintain 85% of the maximum charge... over the course of 5 years!"  - Joe, Product Specialist

Myth: Replacing the battery on the 2013 Nissan LEAF will be expensive. Fact: "The Lithium-ion Battery Coverage guarantees the battery will maintain 85% of the maximum charge... over the course of 5 years!" - Joe, Product Specialist

Myth: Charging my 2013 Nissan LEAF at home will spike up my electricity bill each month!  Fact: "Charging your LEAF, from 0%, will cost about $8-$9 per charge. Topping off your battery will be less. It is also important to remember that you will not be paying for gas!"  -Christian, Product Specialist

Myth: Charging my 2013 Nissan LEAF at home will spike up my electricity bill each month! Fact: "Charging your LEAF, from 0%, will cost about $8-$9 per charge. Topping off your battery will be less. It is also important to remember that you will not be paying for gas!" -Christian, Product Specialist

With Demand Soaring, Nissan Leaf U.S. Production Could Double This Year

With Demand Soaring, Nissan Leaf U.S. Production Could Double This Year

[TO READ] Is Barnes and Noble Next? Amazon's number one competitor in the book market isn't looking so strong

Is Barnes and Noble Next?

[TO READ] Is Barnes and Noble Next? Amazon's number one competitor in the book market isn't looking so strong

Chevy Volt: In the latest move to make electric vehicles more consumer-friendly, Chevrolet announced it will cut the price of its 2014 Volt by $5,000. The decision comes as Chevy works to keep pace with its chief competitors in the electric vehicle market — Toyota Prius and Nissan Leaf — which are both less expensive and better selling.

Chevy Volt: In the latest move to make electric vehicles more consumer-friendly, Chevrolet announced it will cut the price of its 2014 Volt by $5,000. The decision comes as Chevy works to keep pace with its chief competitors in the electric vehicle market — Toyota Prius and Nissan Leaf — which are both less expensive and better selling.

NISSAN REDUCES PRICE OF ALL-ELECTRIC LEAF IN EUROPE http://www.sale-autos.com/news/ #cars #auto #expert

NISSAN REDUCES PRICE OF ALL-ELECTRIC LEAF IN EUROPE http://www.sale-autos.com/news/ #cars #auto #expert

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