EV Chargers Compatible with Nissan Leaf 2011-2012 (3.3kW on-Board Charger - S - Sl and SV Model)
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The Nissan Leaf is the groundbreaking electric vehicle alongside the Chevrolet Bolt that set the scene in the U.S. for the electric vehicle market. Nissan first launched in 2011 and has provided many updates to its electric vehicle mostly with larger batteries and faster charging. New Nissan Leafs have larger battery sizes (40kWh – 60 kWh) so are generally better for level 2 charging. Earlier models 2012-2016 can also be suitable for level 1 (slower charging) since the batteries are small, so there is less battery that needs charging. Recommendation: Nissan Leaf models prior to 2016 a NEMA 5-15 level 1 charger is fine for Nissan Leafs or a NEMA 14-30 24 amp EV Charger since many homeowners often have this plug type in the home. It is cost effective. Charge times are the fastest possible with a NEMA 14-30 24 amp 5.8 kWh amp and will result in a charge time from empty of 8 hours and 4 hours from a 50% battery (in practice happens most frequently)
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