mitch672 wrote:Oh its spelled out EXACTLY what the 10 cities are:
"In the summer of 2010, charging infrastructure will be deployed in the following major population areas: Phoenix (AZ), Tucson (AZ), San Diego (CA), Portland (OR), Eugene (OR), Corvallis (OR), Seattle (WA), Nashville (TN), Knoxville (TN) and Chattanooga (TN). The Nissan LEAF will be available in those same areas in the fall of 2010 to consumers and fleets"
First of all, that comes from the EV Project web site, not from Nissan. Second, it says that the Leaf will be available in those cities, where the EV Project is installing chargers. It does NOT say the Leaf will be available ONLY in those cities.
I fear you are right, but your link and quote do not make that clear. And the customer service line told me they had not yet decided whether or not the car would be available in Spokane. If they were lying to keep us interested, when they had in fact decided not to sell the car here in December, that would reflect very badly on them.
I think Jessica probably gets paid by Nissan and works a 9-5 M-F job with weekends, holidays and 2 weeks paid vacation a year. I also suspect her job entails other duties besides hanging out at this little forum answering all of our random questions.
I think it's great that she's participating, but we have to be appreciative of the limits of both her time and on what she is allowed by Nissan to say.
Yes, you're probably right, Evan.
It's just frustrating when something as significant as where they're going to sell the car is kept such a secret.
Reserved afternoon of 4/20.
"You can order" email late September, but was out of the country so...
Ordered very early October.
Dashboard says: more of the usual worthless Nissan b.s.
(Not on spreadsheet cuz I can't figure it out.)