Sunday, March 6, 2011

Nalley prepares for local arrival of new Nissan LEAF

Nalley Nissan sent in this announcement of the new Nissan Leaf vehicle deliveries this year.

Decatur, Ga., March 3, 2011 – As Nalley Nissan prepares for Nissan LEAF vehicle deliveries this year, the local Decatur dealership announced today that it has completed electric vehicle (EV) readiness training and is one of the first to add EV infrastructure to its dealership operations.
By the end of March 2011, Nalley Nissan will be one of more than 250 Nissan dealers to have chargers installed. Locally, the dealership has installed four charging docks: two for operational support and two in customer-access areas. More than 90 percent of Nissan LEAF reservation holders located in the primary Nissan LEAF launch markets reside within 10 miles of a Nissan dealer.
“We are very excited to be one of the first dealers ready for making electric vehicles a reality,” said Todd Noffsinger, general manager of Nalley Nissan. “Our staff and customers are eagerly anticipating the arrival of our first Nissan LEAF.”
All dealers who sell the Nissan LEAF first must attain zero-emission certification. Certification includes extensive training, both online and in-person, as well as investing in the tools and charging to support the sale and service of the Nissan LEAF.

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