Great looking 2015 Nissan LEAF SV. Heated front and rear seats. Leather interior, bluetooth, hands-free phone, XM radio, and multi-disk CD player. Fog lights and LED back light on the odometer. Car seat anchors, and trunk cover. In town mileage on a full charge will get you between 75 and 90 miles with air conditioning, radio, etc. running. Highway mileage, approximately 50-60 miles. With numerous free charging stations in Eugene, it is perfect for a visiting family member or friend, or to just use for fun.
Infant seat available as well
If picking up at the airport, the car will be parked in the short term lot. I will be available to help with luggage if needed and will cover the cost of parking.
Where is the charging cable located?
The Level One/trickle charger is located in a case in the trunk.
How do I charge the vehicle?
To charge the car, push the icon to the left of the steering wheel that is in the shape of a gas pump with an electric plug. This will open the cover at the front of the hood where you will see two charge ports. The uncovered one is for quick charge and the orange cap covers the main charge port. Simply place the charger into the slot and plug the trickle charger into any 120 Volt outlet.
What kinds of chargers does the car use?
This car is outfitted to take a trickle charger from any 120 outlet, and a Level Two charger for both 3.3 kW and 6.6 kW. There is also a port for a Level Three/CHADeMo for quick charging.
How do I start the car?
The car has a push-button ignition. To start the car, press down on the break and push the ignition button located just to the right of the steering wheel.
How do I put the car in reverse, drive, etc?
To put the car in reverse, push the shifter to the left and then up. To put the car into drive, push the shifter to left and then down. Neutral is simply push the shifter to the left and hold for three seconds. To put the car in park, push the button on top of the shifter.
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