In 2010, Nissan did the unthinkable by releasing a fully electric vehicle on a global scale. Since then, the LEAF has been making waves and racking up accolades left and right. With more than 37,000 owners around the World, the zero emissions trailblazer has managed to earn another major milestone. Along with the celebration of National Plug In Day, the men and women who adore their LEAFs have recently claimed a total mileage number of more than 100 million.
Despite its limited driving range, LEAF owners seem to be using their vehicles for the intended purposes. The average daily commute equates to about 29.52 miles: perfect for the EV’s battery packs. Since the car’s launch, the U.S. has earned more than 13 thousand new LEAF owners who have driven about 61 million miles. Changing the minds of just a few skeptics is the average charge time of just two hours.
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