Electric vehicle (EV) drivers can now book slots at domestic charging points across the UK via a new website called Chargie.
Nissan has added a new Acenta+ model to its all-electric LEAF line-up.
With the LEAF range expanding to four trim grades, the new model slots in between the Acenta and range-topping Tekna and features a 'significant specification boost' over the standard model. The new model is equipped with a 6.6kW on-board charger as standard - which was previously available only as an option - as well as a Mode-3 32amp (EVSE) cable. The 6.6kW charger enables a 0-100 per cent charge in just four hours. Acenta+ models also include new 17-inch Autech wheels which are finished with distinctive blue accents on the offset spokes.
Commenting on the addition of the new Acenta+ to the UK LEAF range, James Wright, Managing Director, Nissan Motor GB said: "We're delighted to add a new member to the LEAF family in the UK. More than 9,500 LEAFs have already been sold here and Nissan is the undisputed leader in the EV market. This new model delivers exceptional value and showcases the LEAF's incredible technology and engineering."
On sale from today, prices for the Nissan LEAF Acenta+ with the additional equipment start at £29,740 (£1,150 more than the standard Acenta). With the Government's Plug-in Car Grant applied, the price falls to £24,740.