Canada gets its first LEAF
Nissan Canada made history when it recently delivered the first all-electric Nissan LEAF in Canada, signaling the arrival of sustainable mobility to the Canadian mass market.
PowerStream, the second largest municipally owned electricity distribution company in Ontario, received keys to its two white Nissan LEAFs MY11, at an event at its head office in Vaughan, Ont.
Through Model Year 12, Nissan expects to release around 600 Nissan Leaf on the Canadian market.
In addition to these MY12 models, Nissan Canada has secured 100 MY11 Nissan LEAFs with 40 allocated to consumers, ahead of the arrival of MY12 cars which will start to arrive later this year.
To be eligible to reserve a Nissan LEAF, consumers must be registered on nissan.ca/leaf and live within the vicinity of a Nissan LEAF certified dealer.
Those meeting these criteria will receive an email in the coming weeks with all the details on how and when to order a Nissan LEAF.
Reservations will be limited for MY11 and made on a first-come-first-served basis.
A second wave of reservations will be available in the coming months for the 2012 Nissan LEAF and, as production ramps up and more cars become available, reservations will open to the broader public.