Nissan Leaf celebrates four years of presence in the Mexican market 

Nissan announced that its electric vehicle LEAF completed this month four years since its launch in Mexico, with 480 units marketed to date, which has prevented the emission of more than 3,000 tons of CO2 to the atmosphere.

The Japanese automaker said that the owners of Leaf cars in Mexico have traveled 17 million kilometers, which is equivalent to 33 trips from the earth to the moon.

The charging infrastructure for Nissan LEAF has also been growing, which has led the company to operate the largest network in the country, including charging stations in its 230 Mexican dealerships and 50 additional recharging centers installed in public spaces of Mexico City, Guadalajara and other cities.

All recharging points are available and can be consulted through the LEAF application or on the website


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