The dream of owning an electric vehicle (EV) is fast becoming more feasible for many consumers. The reality of reducing carbon emissions, saving the environment and purchasing an electric vehicle may not be a dream. Now’s the time to go green with incentives you can’t pass up on the Nissan LEAF®.
- Xcel Energy customers can purchase a Nissan LEAF by June 30, 2017 and receive a $10,000 incentive*. Read below to find out about eligibility and what you need to do to take advantage of this offer from Nissan, and then start shopping at local Nissan dealerships.
- Earn up to $7,500 in federal tax credits. Consult a tax specialist to learn more about eligibility and how to receive this tax credit.
- Receive 24 Months of complimentary public charging at select DC fast charge stations. By participating in this limited-time special offer from Nissan, you may qualify to receive free public charging. Your Nissan dealer will provide more details.
- Charge your EV at home for as low as $1 per gasoline gallon equivalent. As an Xcel Energy customer, you may select from a few pricing plan choices including the General Plan, Time of Day Plan, or EV Rate Plan to suit your lifestyle and budget.
What you need to know to get in on the deal
Bring in your Xcel Energy bill or show your online bill account with your account number, and reference certification code B64306, at any of the following Nissan dealerships to any of the following Nissan dealerships: Eden Prairie Nissan, Kline Nissan, Lupient Nissan in Rochester, Luther Nissan, Mankato Nissan, Miller Lincoln in St. Cloud, Morrie’s Brooklyn Park, Walser Nissan or Wayzata Nissan.
Xcel Energy supports your EV dreams
With all the EVs on the market, we are not advocating one EV manufacturer over another. It’s our goal to help you drive electric easily and affordably, and be your resource to charging your EV when the time and offer is right. Visit xcelenergy.com/EV and join our EV network to hear more about EV technologies, events, ways we help make charging simple and other related topics.
To learn more about the Nissan LEAF visit NissanUSA.com/leaf.