Eight hours if you are completely depleted, but the ave. charge for LEAF drivers is only 2-2 1/2 hours per day.trentr wrote:you are not getting a level 3 EVSE, no one is. the free EVSE is a level 2 240V, that charges the leaf in about 8 hrs.
zigadabooga wrote:I haven't gotten anything installed. The dealership is in dismay over the fact my Leaf went into production and was delivered to them without Nissan, eTec, or anyone assessing my house, I never signed a waiver. Anyways, the eTec program offers up to $2600-2800 in costs toward the 30 minute charger. I guess you're calling it the L3. The L3 would have been free with my reservation, except the website never said anything like "hey consumer the SV doesn't qualify (have as an option) for the quick charge". There's no pop-up, nothing.
NUMBER 2 EVSE to charge your car at home is what you get and, as with all other leafs, you get the L2-able socket to plug into.zigadabooga wrote:Ok so my understanding was that were three charging options:
1) 20-hour 120V just plug it in with the converter in back pack (anywhere)
2) 8-hour 240V installed in your home (also at some locations)
3) 30-min charger that will be free with the eTec program installed in your home also (at some locations)
Am I wrong with any of my assumptions?
I was unaware until yesterday that the "30-min charger" or "QC" or "L3" was an OPTION for the SL. My fault, that I ordered only an SV and never even pretended to "build" the SL on the website, so I never saw that as an option. I assumed since I was qualified in the previous step for a free quick charger, worth up to $2500 in costs, that whichever model I was choosing would come equipped with the necessary options, as per the previous step.