The award winning fully Electric Nissan LEAF is becoming a very popular choice of new car at Fermoy Nissan and it’s no surprise given Nissans drive towards fully electric vehicles worldwide with the incredible cost saving and environmental benefits it offers to owners.
Fully electric, the LEAF has a 40 kilowatt battery which offers a confident 270km journey from one single charge and costs from only 1 cent per kilometre. With free public charging across Ireland at present and with an SEAI grant of up to €5,000 available for going green with the Nissan LEAF, this is certainly the future of driving.
For employers and the self-employed, this is the ideal purchase as there is no Benefit in Kind cost and there is a grant of up to €3,800 available for business users. Equally a private customer benefits from a substantial €5,000 grant towards purchasing a new Nissan LEAF.
Sean McCarthy, Dealer Principal of Fermoy Nissan, is a proud Nissan LEAF owner himself and is certain that Fermoy Nissan is the place to go to discover the benefits and to buy your electric Nissan LEAF.
“We would consider ourselves experts in the area as we are the longest serving electric vehicle dealer in the county of Cork. We are family owned business and we are genuinely passionate about what we do. We understand buying a fully electric car is a big change and the sales team are here to help and guide you through from test drive to collection. We even complete the SEAI grants for you making this a very simple process.”
Fermoy Nissan are delighted to offer for our 192 Nissan Sales Event a class leading 3.9% PCP finance, an 8-year warranty and are giving each new 192 Nissan LEAF ordered before June 30, a free 3-year service plan and they promise to take care of all the paperwork related to applying for the available grants.
“This car will appeal to 99% of the population. It comfortably fits five adults and has plenty of space in the boot. There is a huge number of taxi drivers buying this vehicle because of the substantial fuel savings and they are eligible to apply for an NTA grant of up to €7,000 in addition to the €3,800 for businesses,” Mr McCarthy told The Avondhu.
Mr McCarthy explained that by 2030 petrol, diesel and hybrid cars will be no longer be available for purchase so the full electric Nissan LEAF is the car that will see you through the years ahead.
For convenience, car charging points can be installed at home and there is a grant of up to €600 available for home charger purchase and installation. There are also major upgrade plans underway nationally to provide more public charging points.
The staff at Fermoy NISSAN are available to answer any questions you may have and they encourage you to call, drive and experience the electric revolution at Fermoy Nissan.
Phone 025 31555.