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Re: Phoenix metro-area

Tue Feb 18, 2014 3:39 pm

Sheerluckholmes wrote:Tempe Auto Nation Nissan now has a QC station in front of their parts dept. The L2 stations are in front of the dealership.


Thanks for the info! I'll have to check it out.
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westcoastpirate
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Re: Phoenix metro-area

Wed Feb 19, 2014 4:39 pm

LEAFfan wrote:
Sheerluckholmes wrote:Tempe Auto Nation Nissan now has a QC station in front of their parts dept. The L2 stations are in front of the dealership.


Thanks for the info! I'll have to check it out.


I've been using the QC station at Autonation Tempe every day this week on the way home from work since I'm waiting to get my upgraded trickle charger back from EVSE Upgrade. The Autonation Tempe rep in charge of Leaf sales said the QC will be free for the first couple months and then there will be a fee charged. The employee said the fee should be around $8-$11, but they haven't decided on a final figure.

...EDIT: I forgot to add, the L2 chargers will remain free to use.

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Re: Kitchen Nightmares: Amy's Baking Company

Fri Apr 11, 2014 8:30 pm

cwerdna wrote:Ok... this is totally not Leaf related but is related to Phoenicians.

Anyone watch Kitchen Nightmares? I can't believe I bother watching an ep until earlier this year. The show is usually a total riot.

The ep from this past Friday on Amy's Baking Company in Scottsdale, AZ was a total train wreck and had an unusual ending, compared to all the other eps. If you have access to the show via Hulu, On Demand or whatever, check it out. I did find http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6LY7TJ16pg, but it might get yanked.

There's a thread discussion the ep at http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb/sh ... p?t=504278. Apparently, the owners' issues w/people writing negative reviews has been going on way before the ep was filmed. Their behavior pretty much was "the customer is wrong".

On this note, I just posted this in another forum...

Woah... I just realized that Return to Amy's Baking Company is airing now. Luckily I hadn't deleted my season pass (which is recording it now) and its priority was high enough.

I will be watching it soon.

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azguy
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Leaf Number: 630
Location: Phoenix

Re: Phoenix metro-area

Sun Jun 01, 2014 11:21 pm

Any good lease deals in phoenix ,Only lease deal i can find is S +QC $1999 down and $219 PM 36 months lease , plz advice.
2015 Nissan Leaf S +QC -MFDate-5/2014
SpyPro 2/12/15 GIDS 274 SOC 97.23 SOH 94 Ahr 58.39 Odo 4147 miles L1/L2 221 QC 7
SpyPro 09/12/16 GIDS 258SOC 96.9 SOH 88 Ahr 55.13 Odo 15,636miles L1/L2 896QC 9

jstack6
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Location: Chandler Arizona

Re: Phoenix metro-area

Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:15 am

Many good deals in Phoenix. Check with Tempe Power Nissan, Brian Shirley who is a top LEAF sales person since day one. They also have the No Charge to Charge offer. 480-598-6000

jspearman
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Leaf Number: 5954
Location: Phoenix, AZ

Re: Phoenix metro-area

Wed Jun 11, 2014 8:06 pm

Rare opportunity for someone who wants to join me in rolling the dice. There is apparently a rav4ev w/ 12k miles at Lesueur Motors in Tempe. Service is a gamble, but if you want 150 miles of range, it's the only game in town besides the model S. We have nearly 20k trouble free miles so far. GOM is accurate, and on an 80% charge this morning we had 109 miles.

http://www.usedvwaudi.com/web/used/Toyo ... /14227262/

jstack6
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Re: Phoenix metro-area

Wed Jun 11, 2014 10:01 pm

Wow the RAV4 has a Tesla drive train and battery pack. I will pass this on to our group in the area. That is a rare find and worth a lot. I already have a LEAF and Focus EV with only 80 mile range or I'd jump on it.

azguy
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Re: Phoenix metro-area

Sun Jul 13, 2014 1:16 pm

Guys planning to buy clippercreek HCS40P, 30A, 240V Charging, NEMA 14-50 Plug for my 2015 Leaf . Any recommendation for good installer in phoenix ?
2015 Nissan Leaf S +QC -MFDate-5/2014
SpyPro 2/12/15 GIDS 274 SOC 97.23 SOH 94 Ahr 58.39 Odo 4147 miles L1/L2 221 QC 7
SpyPro 09/12/16 GIDS 258SOC 96.9 SOH 88 Ahr 55.13 Odo 15,636miles L1/L2 896QC 9

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Re: Phoenix metro-area

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:19 pm

I've been noticing Volts are now getting AFV plates. Since when?
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Re: Phoenix metro-area

Mon Jul 14, 2014 6:05 pm

turbo2ltr wrote:I've been noticing Volts are now getting AFV plates. Since when?
Since around 5/21/2014. It's not Alternate Fuel Vehicle plate. It's the Blue Energy Efficient plate. Looks very similar with the cloud stuff, but actually a different type. This is the type for plug-ins.

Here's the link about it. They had 1800 available when they started out. Cost $11.30 to apply. You get a new plate number. 466 have been issued. I'm surprised it hasn't been all snapped up by now.

It's not just for Volt, but for all plug-ins.

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