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The Nissan Leaf Is Now Part Of Nissan’s Certified Pre-Owned Program

The Japanese automaker Nissan has a certified pre-owned car program, and the Leaf is now included in it. Now you won’t have to worry too much about what previous owners did when shopping for a Leaf!

As the director of EV sales and marketing, Erik Gottfried said: “As more Nissan Leaf vehicles enter the used car market, we know it’s important for Nissan to provide the second owners the same confidence in the car that the original owner enjoyed.”

Nissan Leaf vs Chevy Volt

Chevy Volt & Nissan Leaf charging.
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According to MPA, under the program, the Leaf’s powertrain and EV system warranty is extended to 100,000 miles (which translates to 7 years).

It is likely that many people will be relieved to finally have access to used electric vehicles, as the very first production electric vehicles were built only a couple of years ago.

 
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