Nissan Leaf US Availability Expanded to 7 More States

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The Leaf electric train is picking up steam in the US, and we have good news for our US readers. As of December 7th, availability of the zero-emissions electric vehicle will be expanded to seven more states.
More specifically, the $35,200 Leaf is available in Delaware, Indiana, Louisiana, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. Orders are being taken, but deliveries will only take place starting next spring.

This means that it will be available in a total of 30 states, so Nissan is well on its way to deliver the Leaf in all of them by March 2012.

"Nissan LEAFs have been on the U.S. roads for one year now, and thousands of drivers have become living proof that a 100-percent electric, zero-emissions vehicle fulfills the daily needs of drivers from all walks of life," said Brian Carolin, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing, NNA. "We are seeing already-strong interest in the LEAF continue to grow across the country. This market expansion brings us one step closer to true, nationwide availability."
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